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3 Saul’s Court, Cows Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

Asking Price:   €270,000  
Property Type: Apartment      
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Owen Reilly 3 Saul’s Court, Cows Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

  • 3 Sauls Court - Living area
  • 3 Sauls Court - Temple Bar
  • 3 Sauls Court - Kitchen area
  • 3 Sauls Court - Kitchen
  • 3 Sauls Court - Bedroom
  • 3 Sauls Court - Bathroom
  Floor area 48 Sq. M.   1 Bedroom   1 Bathroom background Layer 1    Aspect: North facing     Download Brochure

    Features

    Bright and spacious interior

    Contemporary fully equipped kitchen

    Electric heating

    Excellent location with host of amenities nearby

    Fitted wardrobes in bedroom

    Five minute walk from Grafton Street

The Property

Owen Reilly present this contemporary one bedroom apartment centrally situated at the hip end of Temple Bar just off Dame Street beside Dublin Castle. This property is in excellent condition throughout and benefits from a floor to ceiling bay window which provides ample natural light. Situated on the first floor, number 3 benefits from well proportioned accommodation comprising entrance hallway, spacious open plan living/dining/kitchen, double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and a bathroom. Cows Lane is an attractive, pedestrianised walkway in the heart of Dublin city. The property is sure to appeal to owner occupiers and investors alike due to its turn-key condition and superb location.

Temple Bar is one of Dublin’s prime entertainment districts where you will find an array of bars, cafés, restaurants and shops along with a host of cultural landmarks with art galleries, theatres and Dublin Castle all surrounding the property. St. Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street, O’Connell Street and Henry Street are all within short walking distance and also nearby are Trinity College Dublin, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and Heuston Station. The area is well serviced by regular bus routes and the LUAS is also within a few minutes walk.

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    Entrance Hall  (4.02m x 0.91m)

    Solid timber flooring and cupboard

    Living /kitchen/dining  (6.32m x 3.68m)

    Spacious, open plan space with timber flooring, down-lighters and a bay window (3.74m x 0.68m)

    Kitchen area

    Ample floor and wall mounted units, integrated Zanussi oven, hob and hood, dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, tiled splashback.

    Bedroom (3.26m x 3.14m)

    Double with built in wardrobe and solid wood flooring.

    Bathroom (2.37m x 2.01m)

    Three piece white suite with shower attachment, fitted mirror, tiled floor and part tiled walls.

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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Temple Bar

Temple Bar is one of Dublin's prime entertainment districts where you will find an array of bars, cafés, restaurants and shops along with a host of cultural landmarks with art galleries, theatres and Dublin Castle all surrounding the property. St. Stephen's Green, Grafton Street, O' Connell Street and Henry Street are all within short walking distance and also nearby are Trinity College Dublin, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and Heuston Station. The area is well serviced by regular bus routes and the LUAS is also within a few minutes walk. Read more >

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