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22a Bath Street, Irishtown, Dublin 4

Asking Price:   €395,000  
Property Type: Townhouse      
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Owen Reilly 22a Bath Street, Irishtown, Dublin 4

  • 22a Bath Street Kitchen
  • 22a Bath Street exterior 2
  • 22a Bath Street stairs
  • 22a Bath Street living room 2
  • 22a Bath Street master bedroom 2
  • 22a Bath Street master bedroom
  • 22a Bath Street living room 1
  • 22a Bath Street Hall
  • 22a Bath Street exterior
  • 22a Bath Street ensuite
  • 22a Bath Street bedroom 2
  • 22a Bath Street bedroom 2..
  • 22a Bath Street bathroom 2
  Floor area 75 SQ. M.   2 Bedrooms   2 Bathrooms background Layer 1    Aspect: East/west aspect

    Features

    Ample on street parking

    Charming two bedroom townhouse

    Contemporary bathrooms

    Contemporary fully equipped kitchen

    Gas fired central heating

    Hugely sought after location

    Master en-suite

    Renovated in 2004

    Turn-key condition

The Property

A most interesting, two bedroom, end of terrace townhouse offering a spacious and light filled interior on three floors. This is a mature residential setting in the heart of Irishtown/Ringsend close to Ballsbridge, IFSC, Grand Canal Dock and Sandymount. Originally dating from the 1830s, the property was completely renovated and redesigned internally in 2004 for modern living. The renovation included rewiring, heating system, replumbing, windows,  bespoke kitchen and a concrete base floor. The main living room is on the first floor to avail of the west facing aspect with floor to ceiling glazing.

Presented in excellent condition, the interior briefly comprises on the ground floor of an entrance hall, double bedroom and a bathroom. The first offers an open plan living/kitchen room with floor to ceiling glazing and dual aspect. The top floor comprises a spacious bedroom with en-suite. Outside there is a small patio area at the side of the house and ample on street parking.

Hugely sought after location in the heart of Irishtown, one of Dublin’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. A host of amenities are on offer including cafes and restaurants, The Oarsman and The Yacht, Ringsend Park and the Aviva stadium to name a few. Ballsbridge, Grand Canal Dock and Sandymount are all within walking distance while the DART at Grand Canal provides easy access to the city centre and beyond. A host of major employers including Facebook and Google are close by.

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    Ground floor

    Entrance Hall (0.89m x 3.71m)

    Welcoming entrance hall with floor to ceiling windows, closet, timber flooring and under-stairs storage.

    Bedroom 1 (4.24m x 2.61m)

    Double bedroom with a tiled floor.

    First floor

    Living/kitchen room (5.2m x 4.49m)

    Light filled, open plan space with floor to ceiling glazing.  Kitchen has a range of fitted units with appliances. Timber flooring. Two large picture windows.

    Second floor

    Master bedroom (3.9m x 3.69 m)

    Double bedroom with wardrobe and sky light.

    Master en-suite (1.29m x 2.24m)

    Includes WC, WHB and shower cubicle with Triton electric shower.

    Bathroom (2.1m x 1.71m)

    This includes a WC, WHB, and Bath with tiled floors and walls.

    Hot press located on the landing

     

Agent

Owen founded the company in 2008 and is its Director. He started his career as an Auctioneer with the Gunne / CBRE network where he worked for almost ten years, within the branch network of Gunne Residential in Ballsbridge, Lucan and Rathgar and latterly as Director of Gunne New Homes. From Meath originally, Owen comes from a farming background and has had a lifelong interest in land and estate management. Owen now lives in Dublin’s Docklands, is the joint owner of (he believes) the best dog in the world and has a keen interest in animal welfare; he is an avid sports fan and cheers on Meath, Leinster and Liverpool in particular. Owen represents the Docklands SME & Start-up Partnership on the Docklands Oversight & Consultative Forum – established in February 2017 by Dublin City Council.

Branches

Docklands

41 Forbes Quay,
Grand Canal Dock,
Dublin 2.

01-6777100


Southside Branch

1 Milltown Centre,
Milltown,
Dublin 6.

01-2830200


Dublin 8 Branch

4 Camden Market,
Grantham Street,
Dublin 8.

01-4751275

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One of best walking spots in Dublin!

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Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA Club

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Railway Union Sports Club

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