Douglas Newman good are delighted to welcome no.5 Poole Terrace, Dublin 8 to the market. This red brick two story period property consist of an attractive open living space with gas fire, a kitchen and a separate office space, with built in storage, downstairs. Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms with inbuilt wardrobes and a family shower room/WC.
The back garden is a lovely, private gravelled area to enjoy the sunny west- facing aspect. There is ample space for a double height extension if desired.
The accommodation measures approx 57 sqm/613 sqft
This attractive period property is near the Dublin Canal with beautiful tow-path walks. It is ideally located within walking distance of the city centre and has many services and amenities nearby including the Coombe Womens Hospital, Heuston Station,The Guinness Storehouse and St James Hospital.
Potential investors should take particular note that Trinity College Dublin, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and Griffith College Dublin which are all also within walking distance. There is a wide selection of fine restaurants and cafes and bars in the vicinity and the area is excellently serviced by regular bus routes and the LUAS is nearby. This property is sure to appeal to a wide variety of buyers and early viewing is advised.
A cosy home office space
Double glazed windows throughout.
Sash windows to the front.
Attractive period property.
Gas fired central heating.
A wealth of amenities and services close by.
West facing garden.
LUAS line only a stroll away.
Living / Dining area 4.16m x 5.59. Bright living space, with sash windows to the front
Kitchen 1.80 x 2.50. Fitted kitchen with patio doors, leading out the garden.
Office space 1.80 x 2.50. This space is an ideal office room, or this room could easily be joined to the kitchen.
Bedroom 1 4.16 x 2.50. Bright bedrooms with ample wardrobe space.
Bedroom 2 2.20 x 2.90. Double bedroom with great natural light.
Bathroom 1.80 x 2.50. Fitted with shower, wash hand basin and toilet.
BER No: 110324787
Performance Indicator: 378.47 (kWh/m2/yr)