DescriptionOwen Reilly is delighted to present this unique and special, one bedroom period townhouse built circa. 1885 which is superbly situated in the heart of the city centre just minutes walk from Trinity College, Grafton Street, St. Stephen's Green and the Docklands. Full of charm and character, this two storey home offers well appointed, open plan accommodation with a living/kitchen/dining room on the ground with access to a patio. Upstairs is accessed via a spiral staircase comprising a double bedroom with original fireplace and a modern bathroom. Furthermore ample storage can be found in the roof space accessed by slingsby ladder. The quaint rear yard is laid in stone with mature planting.
Undoubtedly this property must be viewed to be appreciated.
More about the location...
This is a central location in one of Dublin's most vibrant neighbourhoods with a host of amenities close by including the Convention Centre, 3 Arena, Trinity College, Grand Canal Dock, Bord Gais Theatre, Aviva Stadium, IFSC, The National Gallery of Ireland and Science Gallery to name a few. Public Transport options are numerous: one minute to Dublin Bike Station, two minutes to Tara Street Dart Station and three minutes walk to LUAS Green and Red lines.
Accommodation3.55m x 3.38m
Timber flooring, spotlights with dimmer switches, ornate open fireplace and spiral staircase to first floor.
2.92m x 3.38m max
Timber flooring, velux window, fitted kitchen with solid worktop, Belfast sink, integrated oven, 4 ring induction hob, stainless steel extractor fan, integrated fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher and glazed uPVC door to rear yard.
3.62m x 3.36m
Double bedroom with timber flooring, two sash windows and a wrought iron fireplace. Access to roof space.
1.68m x 2.28m
Tiled floor, WC, wash hand basin, enclosed shower with tiling and pressurised shower head.
Laid in stone with mature planting and original boundary wall.
Original open fireplace
On street permit parking
Ample attic storage space
Double glazed sliding sash windows to the front
Five minute walk from Grafton Street and Trinity College