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On the market – 35 Pembroke Gardens, Ballsbridge

The Sunday Business Post, Sunday, October 2nd 2016 

Price: €625,ooo

Rating: BER C3

What: an immaculately presented two-bedroom townhouse with a trophy D4 postcode. A 1980s terraced house, 35 Pembroke Gardens comprises 84 square metres of living space, which is generous for this type of property in this location.

Upon arrival, a small entrance hall opens to a bright, carpeted living room with a gas fire. Beyond it is a fully-fitted kitchen with a Belfast-style sink; the room accommodates a table for six. There is access from here to a low-maintenance city garden.

Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a bathroom with a modern shower. A large attic space provides for spacious storage. The courtyard to the front of the house provides for secure off-street parking as well as a private space to enjoy the evening sun.

An additional parking space is available on the private footpath to the front of the house.

Where: this property enjoys the benefits of one of Dublin’s most sought-after addresses, right in the heart of Ballsbridge. Minutes from the city centre, this leafy suburban townhouse is as attractive as it is incomparably convenient. It’s within a five-minute walk of the Aviva Stadium and the Beggar’s Bush pub, and a ten-minute walk to Merrion Square. For trips further afield, there is a Dublin Bikes stand at Baggot Street Bridge, a well-served bus corridor on Northumberland Road and the Dart at Landsdowne Road.

Agent: Owen Reilly on 01-6777100.

The Sunday Business Post, Sunday, October 2nd 2016 

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