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Phibsboro - 018304000

32 St Josephs Place, Phibsboro, Dublin 7, D07K7KK€300,000 G

2 Bed Cottage 46 m² / 495 ft² For Sale

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This quaint 2 bedroom cottage is located is this very quiet residential enclave.

Conveniently situated off Dorset Street and beside the Mater Hospital this superb location is second to none with shops, schools and transport links on your doorstep and only a short distance to the city centre.

This accommodation extending to approximately 46 sq.m includes entrance lobby, livingroom, kitchen/dining area, 2 bedrooms and a shower room.

No. 32 has gas fired central heating, a mix of double glazed timber and uPVC windows and South/West facing rear yard.

BER Details

BER: G BER No.109394890 Energy Performance Indicator:488.53 kWh/m²/yr



LIVINGROOM: 5.0m x 3.1m
With laminate flooring, ceiling coving and centre rose. Feature fireplace with electric fire.

BEDROOM 1: 3.0m x 2.5m
Rear bedroom with laminate floor, picture rail and freestanding wardrobe.

BEDROOM 2: 3.3m x 2.3m
Front bedroom with laminate floor.

Laminate floor and door to enclosed yard.

KITCHEN: 2.3m x 2.7m
Floor & eye level kitchen units. Stainless steel sink unit with tiled surround. Plumbed for washing machine. Gas boiler and tiled floor.

SHOWER ROOM: 2.1m x 1.6m
With toilet, wash hand basin and Triton electric shower. Tiled floor and part tiled walls. Skylight.

On-street residential disk parking to the front of the property. Enclosed sunny south/west facing rear yard.

• Mix of double glazed timber sash windows to the front and double glazed uPVC to the rear.
• Gas Fired Central Heating.
• Excellent location close to all local amenities.


Travelling along the Dorset Street from Church Street. Take the second left after North Fredrick Street on to St Joseph's Place. Travel straight on and take the second left and No. 32 is located on the right hand side.

Viewing Details

Viewing by appointment with Mason Estates Phibsboro 018304000

Negotiator handling sale: Siobhan Foley SCSI