Floor area 65 Sq. M. 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Aspect: South/east facing aspect
Adjacent to Luas Stop
Beautifully presented and very spacious two bedroom apartment
Generous south facing terrace
Exceptional two-bedroom apartment offering stunning views over the Liffey and the Docklands. Situated on the fourth floor and benefiting from a spacious, light filled interior with a south/east facing aspect. This is a prime location in the heart of the Dublin Docklands adjacent to a Luas Stop with a host of amenities on the doorstep. Key features include high ceilings, under-floor heating, fully equipped kitchen and a generous terrace from which those amazing views can be enjoyed. Accommodation briefly comprises entrance hallway, two double bedrooms, master en-suite with bath, bathroom and an open plan living/kitchen/dining room with a new 4k HD TV and a generous terrace looking into an attractive pedestrian street with water views. Aspect is east and south so very bright at keys parts of the day. Must be viewed to be appreciated.
The Docklands is Dublin’s most desirable city quarter yet is only ﬁfteen minutes from Grafton Street. Residents are spoilt for choice in terms of amenities. A range of trendy bars, cafes, restaurants and shops are on the doorstep. World class entertainers can be enjoyed on a weekly basis in the Three Arena and Bord Gais Energy Theatre. The LUAS provides easy access to the rest of the city and the Dart from Connolly is less than a ten minute walk.
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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.
The Docklands is Dublin’s most desirable city quarter yet is only ﬁfteen minutes from Grafton Street. Docklanders are spoilt for choice in terms of amenities. A range of trendy bars, cafes, restaurants and shops are on the doorstep. World class entertainers can be enjoyed on a weekly basis in the O2 and Grand Canal Theatre. The Luas provides easy access to the rest of the city and the Dart is less than a ﬁfteen minute walk. Read more >
What the area has to offer
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Grand Canal Dock: 53.344279, -6.238990
Ely Bar & Restaurant: 53.349126, -6.247745
Jury\'s Inn Hotel: 53.348149, -6.246583
Harbourmaster Restaurant & Bar: 53.349927, -6.248828