Property For Sale Dublin 16,Ireland

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3 bed Property for sale

Superb 3 Bedroom Apartment For Sale in Dublin ireland

$628,394 | £452,024 | €520,000
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Superb 3 Bedroom Apartment For Sale in Dublin ireland Euroresales Property iD- 9825796 Property information: One of 18 apartments in 2 adjoining blocks of 9 apartments, comprising 15 two bedroom and 3 three bedroom apartments. Electronic gates to enter. Visitor car park to the front and parking facilities in the basement with this apartment having 2 allocated spaces. in addition, there is unique to this property, a large private garage in the basement which is excellent for storage. Close to all local amenities, walking distance to supermarket, schools, Churches, parks, pub and coffee shops. Front of the apartment looks onto a woodland garden and to the back an italian style garden. in addition the property has a small wooden deck area out from back door and small balcony area from the lounge looking onto rear garden. Features/Facilities: 3 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Open Plan Lounge Kitchen and Dining Area 2 Allocated Parking Spaces Communal Garden Close to All Local Amenities Total Plot: 125m2 About the Area: Dublin city, capital of ireland, located on the east coast in the province of Leinster. Situated at the head of Dublin Bay of the irish Sea, Dublin is the country's chief port, centre of financial and commercial power, and seat of culture. it is also a city of contrasts, maintaining an uneasy relationship between reminders of earlier political and economic conditions and symbols of present-day life and prosperity. Area city, 45.5 square miles (118 square km). Pop. (2006) 506,211; Greater Dublin, 1,187,126; (2011) 527,612; Greater Dublin, 1,273,069. Dublin is a warm and welcoming city, known for the friendliness of its people and famous for its craic ('crack')—that mixture of repartee, humour, intelligence, and acerbic and deflating insight that has attracted writers, intellectuals, and visitors for centuries. it has faded grandeur and a comfortably worn sense. Some one-fourth of the residents of the Republic of ireland live in the Greater Dublin urban area, providing a good deal of bustle. The city's heart is divided north-south by the River Liffey, with O'Connell's Bridge connecting the two parts. Pubs (where much of the city's social life is conducted), cafes, and restaurants abound, and irish musicality rarely allows silence. On the north side, near the General Post Office, stand most of the remaining Georgian houses, built in the 18th century around squares, now side by side with glass and concrete offices and apartment blocks. Some of the finest monumental buildings stand on the north riverbank, as do the city's poorest parts, maintaining a curious juxtaposition between the echoes of the politics and economic life of the past—aristocratic and impoverished—and the manifestations of the prosperous city of the present. ireland's national theatre, the Abbey, is just east of O'Connell Street, marked since 2002 by the Spire of Dublin, a 394-foot (120-metre) stainless steel landmark that proclaimed the street's transformation with a pedestrian plaza and tree-lined boulevard. Together with a rash of new high-rise buildings, the spire has changed the character of the city and of the north side. Though Dublin has undergone modernization, and some areas—such as the narrow and winding streets of the Temple Bar district west of Trinity College—regularly play host to rowdy and raucous crowds, a strong sense of history and of a centuries-old capital pervades. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.
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