Hanover Mills

Creighton Street Dublin D2
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  • One Bedroom Units Available
  • One Bathroom
  • Laundry In Unit

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About this property

Beautiful properties in one of the main business districts of Grand Canal Dock Hanover Mills is a newly built apartment block that offers a selection of spacious A+ rated apartments with luxury furnishing, sleek design and high end finish. All apartments have a fully equipped kitchen and a private balcony. These apartments are ideal for professionals relocating to Dublin. Located in one the busiest business areas of Dublin is a big plus when looking to get started in a new city! Grand Canal is one of the most recently developed areas of Dublin, founded in 2000 and has not stopped growing since. Offering restaurants, pubs, bars, and gyms this area will offer you all you need. Grand Canal may at first seem to be on the outskirts of the city centre, however you are only 15 minutes walk from Temple Bar, 15 minutes from Merrion Square, 10 minutes from O’Connell Street, and less than 5 minutes from the Convention Centre.


Fully Equipped Kitchen
Free Wi-Fi
Weekly Housekeeping
24h support
Cable TV

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