Mason Estates are pleased to present for sale this spacious two bedroom first floor apartment with the added benefit of an underground parking space & presented in excellent condition and the perfect pad for the city based or would be ideally suited to an investor due to its central location and the high demand for rented accommodation in this area.
Residents will also benefit from extensive use of the quiet courtyard. The apartment is located on the Red Luas line adjacent to Smithfield and is only a few minutes’ walk from Heuston and Connolly railway stations.
The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance hallway leading to a large living area with kitchen off, 2 bedrooms (one double) and a bathroom. The windows are PVC and there are wooden floors throughout.
The area is renowned for its historic buildings such Christchurch Cathedral and St Audeon’s Church, the apartment is just a stroll to Temple Bar, Dame Street, Trinity College, Grafton Street etc.,
• One underground car parking space
• LUAS is close-by
• A stroll to Temple Bar, Dame Street and Trinity College
• PVC windows throughout
• Overlooking Courtyard
• Well maintained development
LIVING ROOM: 6.17m x 5.18m
Large living room with patio doors leading to a balcony overlooking the courtyard. Feature mock fireplace with electric fire inset.
KITCHEN: 2.29m x 1.98m
Fully fitted kitchen with a range of floor and eye level units, stainless steel sink unit, plumbed for washing machine. Tiled flooring and tiled splashback.
BEDROOM 1: 3.89m x 2.59m
Double bedroom with built in wardrobes
BEDROOM 2: 3.35m x 3.05m
Double bedroom with walk in closet
BATHROOM: 2.46m x 1.62m
Bath with power shower, w.c., wash-hand-basin, quality tiling.
GENERAL POINTS – SERVICES - UTILITIES
Management Company: Clifden Court Management Company
Service charge €1,800 per annum
From Dublin City Centre, travel out the North Quays until you reach Ellis Quay, a couple of minutes beyond the Four Courts, and by James Joyce Bridge.
By Appointment with Mason Estates Dundrum 2951001
Negotiator: Christopher Quigley