MOVEHOME ESTATE AGENTS ... are truly proud to present a very generous terraced dream home to the open market. Behind the handsome exterior lies 70 sq.m / 753 sq.ft. of luxury accommodation which is complemented by a bright, light filled interior with many elegant features throughout. Situated on a quiet road, this wonderfully decorated home ticks all the boxes for the professional family, wishing to reside in luxury, on the City's doorstep.
Upon entering the hallway one gets a sense of the scale and natural light available in the property. The main living room enjoys spacious proportions together with natural light. The beautiful kitchen/breakfast room at the rear is the heart of this truly wonderful home, with solid worktops and integrated appliances with a bright decor to reflect the light. The bathroom is loacted on the ground floor and has been finished to an excellent standard. There is also the added advantage of under stairs storage. Upstairs is accessed by the main stairwell that is centrally located in the landing and this leads to the first floor where there are two very large bedrooms. The rear garden has been paved for easy maintenance and includes a two garden sheds ideal for storing garden or exercise equipment. To the front of the property there is off street parking for one vehicle. The much anticipated release of this property to the market represents a rare and genuine opportunity to purchase a substantial 2 bedroom terraced family home set in a well established Dublin location.
The convenience of the location cannot be overstated having every conceivable amenity within walking distance. This superb property is perfectly positioned on the edge of Dublin's Docklands, on the doorstep of the city centre and is served by an extensive public transport network which includes trains and Dart from Connolly Station, Dublin Bus services and the Mayor Square Luas. The IFSC is a real hive of activity offering excellent restaurants, bars, shops and businesses. The Convention Centre is only a short stroll away as is the South Docks due to the Sean Oâ€™Casey Bridge.
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