Search Property
Search Residential Property
Try an advanced search?

16 Alexandra Walk, Adelaide Square, Whitefriar Street, Dublin 8

€465,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 74 sqm approx

Loading

Similar Properties

16 Alexandra Walk, Adelaide Square, Whitefriar Street, Dublin 8

€465,000 - Asking Price|2 Bedrooms, 74 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald is delighted to introduce 16 Alexandra Walk to the market. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a spectacular two bedroom apartment offering the ultimate in city centre living. This exceptional apartment has it all: a great location, a spacious, bright and stylish interior, wonderful sun drenched south facing balcony, designated car parking space for two cars and use of the excellent facilities of Adelaide Square.

The well laid out interior which extends to 74 sq.m/ 800 sq.ft, (approx.). includes a welcoming entrance hall which is generously proportioned offering excellent storage. The living/dining room benefits from a lovely outlook, due to the extensive use of glass this open plan reception room enjoys excellent light and has direct access to the balcony. The modern kitchen is separate and is fitted with an array of high end Neff integrated appliances. The main bedroom is a particularly spacious double room with built in wardrobes with a contemporary en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is a well-proportioned, spacious double room also containing built in wardrobes, while the luxurious bathroom completes the accommodation.

BER C2 Rating
328 The Argyle, Custom House Harbour, Dublin 1

€395,000 - Asking Price|2 Bedrooms, 69 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present 328 The Argyle to the market. Laid over 2 levels, this stunning top floor duplex apartment benefits from a large west facing balcony accessed from the living/dining room enjoying glorious views over the landscaped courtyard.

Internally the accommodation is presented with great care and thought and is ready for immediate occupation. In brief it comprises; large entrance hall with guest w.c and double bedroom with ensuite, the open planned living/dining room with feature curved wall offers access to a sun drenched balcony. Upstairs there is a large double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a luxurious shower room completes this fine accommodation. The property is further enhanced by a designated car parking space.

The convenience of the location cannot be overstated having every conceivable amenity within walking distance. This superb property is perfectly positioned in the heart of Dublin's Docklands, on the doorstep of the city centre and is served by an extensive public transport network. The IFSC is a hub of activity offering excellent restaurants, bars, shops and businesses. The Samuel Beckett Bridge further enhances the area and its ease of access to the South Docklands and all it has to offer including the impressive Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.

BER D2 Rating

Something Different

86 Heytesbury Street, Dublin 8

€700,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 126 sqm approx

Welcome to Number 86 – a 3 bedroom mid-terrace Victorian villa-style period residence on the east-facing side of this popular and highly regarded street. Conveniently located within one of south Dublin’s most sought-after districts, this charming home, which dates from c.1840 has been in the same family for 60 years (approx.) and now comes to the market seeking new owners.

Arranged over two levels, the accommodation within is very versatile, as is the case with villa-style homes. Currently comprising an entrance hallway and two double bedrooms at the hall level with a single bedroom on the return, which enjoys a dual aspect. The garden level comprises a large living room, kitchen/dining room, bathroom and utility room. The mature rear garden is very secluded and private and measures 50ft approx. and whilst east-facing, it captures the southerly sun.

Highly regarded, this street was first developed in the early 1800s and was named after William Á Court, 1st Baron Heytesbury, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (1844-1846). Superbly located only a 10 minute brisk walk from St Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street, the renaissance of the south city centre will delight. Specialty shops, cafés, restaurants, coffee houses, the Camden market, canal walks and with the LUAS at Harcourt and Charlemont only 5 minutes away in addition to 2 Dublin Bike stations close by at Grantham Street and Portobello, all your social and essential needs are well catered for.

BER exempt