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Old City Music Hall, Copper Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin 8.

Asking Price:   €2,000 per month 
Property Type: Apartment      
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Owen Reilly Old City Music Hall, Copper Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin 8.

  • Living Room
  • Living
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen a
  • Bedroom
  • Bedroom a
  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom 2
  • Balcony
  Floor area 65 Sq. M.   2 bedrooms   1 bathroom background Layer 1    Aspect: Easterly aspect

    Features

    Ample storage

    Available immediately

    Balcony

    Bright dual aspect interior

    Contemporary fully equipped kitchen

    Electric heating

    Excellent location

    Excellent transport links and LUAS

**PLEASE NOTE YOU CAN VIEW THIS PROPERTY VIRTUALLY AND APPLY TO RENT THROUGH OUR ONLINE PLATFORM**Owen Reilly present this contemporary two bedroom apartment centrally located at the hip end of Temple Bar just off Dame Street beside Dublin Castle. This property is presented in excellent decorative condition with dual aspect windows which provides ample natural light. Positioned on the second floor, this well proportioned accommodation comprises entrance hallway, spacious open plan living/dining/kitchen, two double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a bathroom.  A spacious balcony  is accessed from the living room.  Copper Alley is adjacent to Cows Lane with has an attractive pedestrianised walkway in the heart of Dublin city. Must be viewed to be appreciated !

More on the 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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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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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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