Turn-key condition; renovated in 2001
Will generate a minimum annual rent of €62,400
Overlooking Pearse Square on a quiet street
Restored period features
High ceilings throughout
Generous patios to rear
Ample resident parking to front
Huge amount of storage space
240 sq. m.
Turn-key Georgian townhouse split into two units; a two bedroom plus two attic room duplex and a garden level one bedroom + study apartment. Superb city centre location just minutes walk from Trinity College, St. Stephen’s Green and Grand Canal overlooking Pearse Square which dates from the 1830s.
In 2001 the property was completely renovated and extended to the highest of standards while preserving the period original features such as the fireplaces, high ceilings, mouldings, and staircases. The sash windows and roof were also replaced during the renovations. The property qualifies for the "Living City Initiative" through the City Council.
The duplex comprises an inviting entrance hall with guest WC, two interconnecting reception rooms, fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms each with en-suites. The main bedroom and en-suite are truly stunning and occupy an entire floor. At the top level there is two generous rooms which are suitable for a variety of uses and a bathroom. There is a generous patio to rear with sunny aspect.
The apartment comprises a utility room, an open plan kitchen/living/dining room, home office, double bedroom, and a bathroom. To the front of the apartment there is a private space for storage of bicycles or bins and to the rear there is a large private patio space. To front there is ample on street resident parking.
This property will appeal to owner occupiers who are also seeking an apartment with income or an investor given we are confident the entire property will secure a rent of €5,200 per month. Must be viewed to be appreciated.
More about the location...
This is a central location in one of Dublin's most vibrant neighbourhoods with a host of amenities close by including the 3 Arena, Trinity College, Grand Canal Dock, Bord Gais Theatre, Aviva Stadium, IFSC, The National Gallery of Ireland and Ballsbridge. Public Transport options are numerous: one minute to Dublin Bike Station, two minutes to Tara Street Dart Station and three minutes walk to Luas Green and Red lines.
4.73m x 1.49m
Welcoming entrance hallway with original coving and high ceilings.
4.73m x 4.04m
Large living room to the front of the property with cast iron fireplace, large original sash window, coving, and a ceiling height of 9ft with folding doors into the reception room.
4.62m x 3.63m
West facing room with large French doors which over look the rear patio and cast iron fireplace.
4.85m x 1.96m
Provides access to the kitchen also provides access to a guest WC under the stairs.
South city centre
Dublin 2 is the main tourist area of the city and this district includes Dublin’s finest hotels, restaurants, and shops. Filled with impressive Georgian architecture, this area is primarily an exclusive business and shopping zone. This area borders Dublin 4 and 8.SHOW ME MORE