17 Fernley Court, Long Lane, Dublin 8, Dublin D08R8P7Sale Agreed

2 Bed Terraced House 67 m² / 721 ft² Sale Agreed C2


DNG are delighted to present this 2 bedroom townhouse, excellently situated off Long Lane, to the market. Fernley Court is a contemporary development built in c.2004 that benefits from quiet surroundings yet is within a short walk of the hustle and bustle of Grafton Street. No.17 is a well-proportioned two storey house measuring c.67 sq. m in size. In good condition throughout, it also benefits from its own designated secure, surface parking space, accessible via electric gates. It's an ideal opportunity for those seeking a home or investment property within touching distance of the city centre.

Upon entering the property you are greeted by a hallway that leads to an open plan living/dining/kitchen area. Completing the accommodation downstairs is a W.C. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom.

A mere 10 minute walk from St Stephen's Green, the development is also convenient to both the nightlife of Camden / Wexford Street and Portobello’s celebrated cafés and restaurants - BiBi's, Little Bird, Bastible and Locks. Plus with the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, Griffith College and St. James' Hospital all nearby, it should be of particular interest to potential investors as strong rental demand is always likely. The area is well serviced by public transport, with regular bus routes and the LUAS within easy walking distance.


• c.67 sq m
• Good condition throughout
• Built in c.2004
• Designated parking space
• Quiet surroundings
• Within a 10 minute walk of St. Stephen’s Green
• Excellent investment opportunity
• Annual service charge €1, 400


Entrance Hall 4.13m x 0.85m.

Living/Dining Area 4.65m x 3.71m.

Kitchen 4.11m x 1.85m.

Landing 2.34m x 0.96m.

Bedroom 1 2.92m x 3.71m.

En Suite 1.49m x 1.73m.

Bedroom 2 3.44m x 3.71m.

Bathroom 1.79m x 1.73m.


Colum Butterly

BER Details

BER No: 113595839
Performance Indicator: 197.66 kWh/m?/yr