- Ample storage
- Balcony with sunny aspect
- Bright and spacious interior
- Contemporary fully equipped kitchen
- Designated car parking space
- Host of amenities on the doorstep
- Within walking distance of Dublin city centre
45 sq. m.
Owen Reilly present this bright and spacious one-bedroom apartment overlooking a landscaped internal courtyard with balcony and designated secure underground parking. Situated on Cork Street with a host of amenities on the doorstep including the award winning Weaver's Park, this first floor apartment offers well-proportioned rooms in good decorative condition. The Tannery is a well maintained development conveniently located on the doorstep of the city centre. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance hallway with utility cupboard and storage housing washer/dryer, an open plan living/dining room with door to balcony, a fully equipped kitchen, one double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and door access to balcony and a bathroom. Viewing is highly recommended!
More about the location
The Tannery is conveniently located on Cork Street within walking distance of the Coombe Hospital, St James's Hospital and the busy shopping districts around O'Connell Street and Grafton Street. Local attractions include the Guinness Storehouse, IMMA, Kilmainham Gaol, and the Teeling Distillery. The area offers a range of popular restaurants, bars and cafes. Transport links include the Luas red line which is on the doorstep and numerous routes provided by Dublin Bus.
(3.65m x 0.99m)
With alarm, intercom, storage cupboard (0.99m x 3.65m), washing machine, hot press and a solid timber floor.
(4.90m x 3.49m)
Floor to ceiling windows, solid timber floor and a door to balcony.
(1.81m x 2.91m)
Wall and floor mounted units, integrated oven, hob and hood, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, tiled floor and splashback.
(2.84m x 3.80m)
Light-filled double, built-in wardrobe, floor to ceiling window with door access to balcony.
The Coombe & Cork street
This historic area of Dublin 8 is only a short distance from the city centre and is a good location for those who want to live close to the true heart of the city. Many Dubliners started life in the Coombe Women’s Hospital. Cork Street is a major route to the city centre and is…SHOW ME MORE