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39 Warren Street, Portobello, Dublin 8

Asking Price:   €495,000  
Property Type: Period house      
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Owen Reilly 39 Warren Street, Portobello, Dublin 8

  • exterior
  • sitting room 1
  • fireplace
  • living area
  • kitchen (1)
  • storage-kitchen
  • bed 2 (1)
  • bath (1)
  • bed 1 (1)
  • yard
  Floor Area 76 Sq. M.   2 Bedrooms   1 Bathroom background Layer 1    Aspect: West facing rear patio

    Features

    Charming two bedroom mid-terrace home

    Close to city centre

    Excellent location with host of amenities nearby

    Fully equipped kitchen

    High ceilings

    On street permit parking

    West facing rear garden

The Property

Owen Reilly presents this charming, two bedroom, period house situated in the heart of this hugely sought after neighbourhood just off the Grand Canal. This spacious home enjoys a spacious interior, high ceilings, modern kitchen, original fireplaces and a sunny patio to rear. Well maintained the  accommodation comprises on the ground floor entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and on the first floor two double bedrooms. There is a west facing rear yard.

Warren Street is a hugely sought after address in the heart of Portobello with a village feel on the doorstep of the city centre. Amenities include the leafy banks of the Grand Canal and an array of pubs, restaurants, cafes and delis. The area also has excellent transport links with the Harcourt Street LUAS stop just minutes walk away and many prime bus routes pass along the adjacent South Circular Road. The high fashion retail shops and boutiques of St Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street, Temple Bar and the National Concert Hall are just a ten to twenty minute walk away.

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    Ground floor

    Entrance Hall (3.07m x 0.92m)
    Original cornicing and timber floor

    Living room ( 3.11m x 3.05m)
    Light-filled with original cast iron fireplace and built-in bookshelves

    Dining room (3.78m x 4.38m)
    Spacious room, cast-iron fireplace with timber surround, tiled inlays and hearth, built-in display cabinet and built-in bookshelves, timber floor.

    Kitchen (3.56m x 2.27m)
    Wall and floor mounted units, gas hob and oven, integrated fridge /freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tiled floor, skylight, door to rear yard.

    Bathroom (2.32m x 1.38m)
    WHB, WC, bathroom with shower attachment, part tiled walls and tiled floor, a built-in mirror and towel rail.

    First floor

    Landing (0.86m x 0.84m)

    Bedroom 1 (3.12m x 4.41m)
    Light-filled with original cast-iron fireplace, built-in bookshelves, high ceilings (2.73m).

    Bedroom 2 (3.80m x 3.42m)
    Light-filled with original cast-iron fireplace, built-in bookshelves, cupboard housing hot water tank, access to attic space.

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.

Office: 01 6777100
Mobile: 087 9073611

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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Warren Street is a hugely sort after address in the heart of Portobello with a village feel on the doorstep of the city centre. Amenities include the leafy banks of the Grand Canal and an array of pubs, restaurants, cafes and delis. The area also has excellent transport links with the Harcourt Street LUAS stop just minutes walk away and many prime bus routes pass along the adjacent South Circular Road. The high fashion retail shops and boutiques of St Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street, Temple Bar and the National Concert Hall are just a 10 to 20 minute walk away. Read more >

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Bibi's Cafe

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Synge Street primary school

Bunscoil Synge Street is a dynamic exciting primary school located in the heart of Portobello Dublin 8 which provides Irish medium education for girls and boys from Junior Infants to Sixth Class. They also cater for boys from 2nd-6th Class through the medium of English.

They aim to serve all pupils by creating a positive, trusting, secure environment respecting each child’s individuality, celebrating diversity and encouraging innovation.