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Temple Bar Square, Dublin 2

Asking Price:   €2,500 per month 
Property Type: Apartment      
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Owen Reilly Temple Bar Square, Dublin 2

  • 5 Temple Bar Square - living room
  • 5 Temple Bar Square - kitchen 2
  • 5 Temple Bar Square - kitchen
  • 5 Temple Bar Square - terrace
  • 5 Temple Bar Square - bathroom
  • 5 Temple Bar Square - bedroom 2
  • 5 Temple Bar Square - bedroom 1
  • 5 Temple Bar Square - view
  2 Bedrooms   1 Bathroom

    Features

    Attractive views

    Available immediately

    Convenient to transport links and amenities

    Excellent condition

    Fully furnished

    High ceilings

    Roof top terrace

The Property

Attractive, two-bedroom penthouse apartment boasting a unique layout over 3 floors in the heart of Dublin’s cultural and social scene. Situated within minutes walk of Grafton Street, this apartment is perfectly positioned to explore all that Dublin city centre has to offer. Accommodation comprises entrance hallway, open plan living/dining area, contemporary kitchen, two bedrooms and a fully tiled bathroom suite. In addition to the internal living space, this apartment also benefits from a large private sun terrace and also a communal roof terrace overlooking the rooftops of Temple Bar.

The industrial style of architecture is echoed throughout this intriguing space with high ceilings, steel double glazed window frames and a feature exposed metal spiral staircase.

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Amy manages the Lettings & Management service at Owen Reilly. She is a skilled and experienced professional with a great interest in every facet of property management. She enjoys the turnover of properties in the rental market and aims, through continuing service process advancements, to ensure excellent client service. She began her career in property with New City Estates Management in Dublin, following which she spent three years working with MyLondonHome in Westminster. On her return home in 2015, she joined KPMG in a property management role before joining Owen Reilly. Amy has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Dublin City University in Politics, Economics and Law and holds Certificate and Diploma level qualifications in property. During her free time, Amy enjoys being a tourist in her native Dublin.

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

This is a vibrant location in the heart of the city centre with an abundance of cafés, cultural attractions and restaurants on offer. Dublin’s premier shops on Grafton Street, St Stephen’s Green and Trinity College Dublin are all within strolling distance. Read more >

What this area has to offer

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National Photographic Archive

Holding the photographic collections of the National Library of Ireland.

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The Ark

A dedicated cultural centre for children.  Home to music, theatre and dance shows, workshops and exhibitions.

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Smock Alley
Smock Alley was the first Theatre Royal built in Dublin. John Ogilby opened it in 1662 as part of the Restoration of the British monarchy and King Charles II in 1660, along with the London’s Drury Lane (1662) and the Lincoln’s Inn Fields (1661). It was the first custom-built theatre in the city and still remains in substantially the same form, making it one of the most important sites in European theatre history. Smock Alley Temple Bar Theatre was the first theatre outside London to receive the title of Theatre Royal, but because it had been built on land reclaimed from the Liffey, the building was unstable and the gallery collapsed twice; it was rebuilt in 1735. In 2012, after a €3.5 million investment, a new theatre opened on the original foundations and with a lot of the original superstructure.
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Irish Film Institute
The Irish Film Institute, also known as the IFI, is both an arthouse cinema and a national body that supports Irish Film heritage. The IFI presents film festivals, retrospectives and curated seasons, along with independent, Irish and foreign language films overlooked by commercial multiplexes at its cinemas in the Temple Bar quarter of Dublin. It maintains an archive of Irish films and provides education in film culture.
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The Port House Pintxo
Industrial pipes and warm wood combine in the decor of this Spanish tapas bar with wide sherry menu.
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Indigo & Cloth
Boutique featuring men's clothes from contemporary global & local designers & a basic, modern cafe.