A spectacular light filled penthouse "loft style" apartment over two levels with dramatic views over Dublin's South West City Centre.
The spacious open plan accommodation with extra high ceilings extends to a c. 2000 sq ft to include 2 south west facing terraces making this apartment the ultimate city centre pad.
The warehouse building is a former clothing factory, which in the late 1990s was converted into a modern loft style apartment development with communal courtyard & secure gated parking.
In 1999, developer Michael Roden working with architect Mary Donohoe brought this unique building to the Dublin property market presenting it as a Manhattan style loft development.
The former Crowe Wilson clothing warehouse on Clanbrassil Terrace was split into 41 unique and individual loft apartments and were offered for sale off the plans. In apartment 34 the parquet flooring was actually reclaimed from the original factory floor.
No 34 has just been professionally fitted out, furnished & decorated and the sale is to include all contents.
The apartment can be accessed on both levels when entering from the top floor. You are greeted by a light filled sitting room with a large sky-light and staircase to the lower floor. Off the sitting room is a good sized built-in storage area, utility room & bathroom. On the far side of the staircase is a large double bedroom with wall to wall wardrobes and a south west facing terrace with fantastic city views.
The lower floor has a large open living, dining & kitchen area also with a south west facing terrace looking over the city. Off a lobby area in the kitchen is the main bedroom which has a large ensuite bathroom, wardrobes and access to a communal terrace area.
This is an extremely rare opportunity to acquire a unique apartment in a unique development with a city centre address that really is as good as it gets! It is sure to attract trendy couples & trader downers.
Sitting Room - 6.38m x 5.26m
Large skylight, staircase to lower floor.
Storage Area - 3.9 ...