Apt. 206 Mahon House, 25 William Street Upper, City Centre (Limerick), Limerick City V94 P923Sale Agreed

1 Bed Apartment 41.2 m² / 443 ft² Sale Agreed C2

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Particularly bright and airy one bedroom apartment located on the 2nd floor of this popular development. The unit offers a superb opportunity for a first time buyer or investor to acquire a central city apartment at an affordable price. The property is in good decorative order and ready for immediate occupation. There is an open plan living/kitchen/dining room which is a well proportioned space and attracts good sunlight. There is a small balcony space with french doors. The bedroom is a double room and there is a shower room also. The building is well managed and there is lift access. All amenities are on your doorstep and the location couldn`t be better.


Features & Services: Central location with all amenities close by. Popular building with a courtyard setting. Good decorative condition and available with vacant possession. Bright & airy reception area with a large window and french doors. Small balcony. Lift access. Constructed in c.2003. Annual service charge: €1,200 approx. per annum.

BER Details

BER: C2 BER No.101412385 Energy Performance Indicator:198.14 kWh/m²/yr


Entrance Hall: Laminate timber flooring, closet / hot press with storage space.

Living Room/Kitchen/Dining Room: 5m (16'5") x 4.08m (13'5") Bright and airy, large window and balcony, french doors and laminate flooring to living area. Tiled kitchen flooring, fully fitted kitchen, wall and floor units, integrated oven and hob and stainless steel sink.

Bedroom 1: Double bedroom, carpet flooring, built-in wardrobes, large window.

Bathroom: 1.07m (3'6") x 1.08m (3'7") Shower, WC and wash hand basin, tiled floor and shower area.

Annual current service charge:
Please Note: As an owner of this property you will become a member of the Management Company, which manages this property. You will be required to pay an annual service charge (which may increase once warranties expire) for the upkeep of the common areas and to pay into a sinking fund to cover future major maintenance of the common areas