Felicity Fox are delighted to present 5 St Francis Square to the market. Originally a small cottage at the end of a cul-de-sac this property has been transformed into a wonderful, contemporary home which is ideal for city is living. There has been a beautiful two storey extension added giving a bright and spacious living room and kitchen. There has been extensive use of floor to ceiling glazing giving vies out toward St Patrick Cathedral.
You enter the property from Hanover Lane into the courtyard. From there the door leads to a spacious hall with double height ceiling and filled with light by three Velux windows. To the left is kitchen with fitted units, solid wood floors and floor to ceiling glazing looking into the courtyard.
To the right and down the hall are two double bedrooms. Both have solid wood floor as and the master looks out into the cul-de-sac. At the end of the hall there is a well-appointed bathroom with high ceilings and a Velux window.
The living room is upstairs which makes the most of the views and light. Outside there is also a superb south facing courtyard which is ideal for al fresco dining.
St Francis Square is just off John Dillon Street. It is a pretty residential cul-de-sac tucked away in the heart of Dublin city, within walking distance of St. Stephen's Green and Grafton Street offering a host of high street shops, boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Camden Street is also nearby with a variety of cafes, bars and gourmet food shops. Several bus routes along with the LUAS Green line provide fast and efficient access throughout the city and suburbs.
Hall 6.27m x 2.2m
Solid wood flooring. Intercom to front gate. Recessed lighting. Understairs storage. Shelved hotpress ...
6 St. Andrew Street, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 2,
Tel: 01 633 4431
PSRA Licence No. 003792