Four on the market: two bed apartments in Dublin
A selection of four two-bed apartments available to buy in Dublin.
120 Castleforbes Sq, Block C, D1
€375k Owen Reilly Property Consultants (01) 677 7100
Number 120 Castleforbes Square, Docklands, comes with a parking space, although you shouldn't really need one. It's a 25-minute walk from O'Connell Street, and the Point Luas stop is three minutes' walk away. It is a top-floor, 850 sq ft apartment and has an open-plan kitchen and living room with a floor-to-ceiling window and a balcony. There's also a bathroom and two bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and one with an en-suite shower. There's a communal garden on the roof, and management fees are €1,395 a year.
16 Blackhall Square, D7
€180k Quillsen Glasnevin (01) 850 0900
A few hundred metres from the Liffey and close to the thick of things in Smithfield is Number 16 Blackhall Square. It's 603 sq ft with two bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes. There's also a good-sized lounge and dining room with a bay window and a galley kitchen off it, as well as a bathroom. It comes with an underground parking space and there's a shared internal courtyard, and management fees come to €1,567.42 a year. Smithfield Luas stop is less than half a kilometre away.
133 The Winter Garden, D2
€345k Sherry FitzGerald City Centre (01) 643 1400
About 300 metres from Pearse Station and 10 minutes' walk from Trinity College is The Winter Garden apartment complex at Pearse Street. Number 133 has its own front door and comes with one parking space. It's 678 sq ft in size with high ceilings and wooden floors. The living room and dining room has a fireplace and a door to one of the interior courtyards. Off this is a fitted kitchen and there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. There's an attic as well for storage, reached by means of a hatch in the entrance hall.
29 Bishopsmede, D8
€250k DNG Central (01) 679 4088
Number 29 Bishopsmede at Clanbrassil Street is a ground-floor apartment of 700 sq ft in very good decorative order, having been refurbished and well maintained by the current owner. It's about a 12-minute walk from St Stephen's Green. It has a dual-aspect living room with a wooden floor and ceiling coving, and there's a separate eat-in kitchen with a tiled floor and silestone countertops. Both bedrooms have wooden floors, and one has an en-suite shower room, while the main bathroom is off the entrance hall.