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About this property
Located in the heart of Dublin city centre, close to the main shopping area and cultural quarter with a less than 5 minute walk to Grafton Street, Temple Bar and Trinity College, this residential complex benefits from a 24-hour security desk and leisure centre and would appeal to many given its prime location and proximity to a range of upmarket bars, cafés, nightclubs, restaurants, grocery stores & artisan shops.
Many apartments have a south-facing balcony overlooking a quiet well-presented courtyard. The apartments have a spacious living area, a fully integrated kitchen with appliances including hob, oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, Nespresso coffee machine and blender. The master bedrooms are all ensuite and have generous fitted wardrobe space and king-size beds. The main family bathrooms in the 2 bedroom apartments have power showers over the bath. For your convenience, a laptop safe and hairdryer are provided.
Everything you need is within walking distance but if you wish to travel further afield, it is a short stroll to the LUAS Green Line which services Sandyford and Dundrum and 10 min walk from the LUAS Red line to Citywest Campus. Tara Street DART station is only 15 minutes’ walk away, from where you can travel by train along the scenic coastal routes and onwards to the picturesque towns of Howth and Bray. There are also several Dublin Bus links just around the corner from the apartments.
About Dublin, Ireland
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Dublin has been a global city since the 800s AD and is the capital city of Ireland. Dublin is a contemporary and historical centre for Irish education, arts, and culture, administration and industry. While visitors might have to do some digging to see evidence of its Viking past, Dublin's rich history is apparent all around, from its medieval castle and cathedrals to the magnificence of the 18th century, when it was the most beautiful Georgian city in the Empire and its lavish public and private buildings reflected the status of its most affluent residents. Dublin is a relatively small and accessible city, small enough and safe enough to get around on foot, while the Luas tram system and the suburban rail system, the DART, provide excellent transport throughout the city.