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This modern, two-bed apartment at Grand Canal Dock is priced at €550,000


by Grace McGettigan
16th Apr 2019
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Have you ever dreamed of living in the heart of Ireland’s capital? How about Dublin’s trendy neighbourhood of Grand Canal Dock? If your answer to both of those questions is yes, have a look at this two-bedroom apartment available to buy right now.

About Grand Canal Dock

This part of Dublin 2 has experienced huge renovations in recent years. Not only is it a thriving cultural centre, with a theatre, bars and hotels, it’s also home to multinational corporations such as Google, Facebook and Airbnb.

Related: This Ranelagh home with original
Victorian features will cost you €1.5 million

What’s more, the area offers easy access to numerous transport facilities; including Dublin Bus routes, Irish Rail, Dublin Bikes and taxis. Plus, the red Luas stop is just a 10-minute walk away.

Given its endless list of amenities and close proximity to the city centre, Grand Canal Dock is one of the city’s most desirable residential locations.

Grand Canal Dock

17 Butlers Court

Presented to the market by Owen Reilly estate agents, this two-bedroom corner property at 17 Butlers Court is a must-see. Located on the fourth floor of its Grand Canal Dock location, it boasts beautiful views over the River Liffey, towards the Dublin Mountains.

Not only can these views be enjoyed through large, floor-to-ceiling windows, but there are also three separate balcony areas. The new owners can also benefit from the communal rooftop garden.

Grand Canal Dock

Inside

Enter the apartment via the large entrance hallway, which has solid wooden floors, recessed lighting, and an audio-visual intercom and alarm system.

Grand Canal Dock

From here, pass through to the open-plan kitchen-cum-living room, which measures 5.69 metres x 5.14 metres.

Grand Canal Dock

The fully-fitted kitchen features modern worktops, a stainless steel sink, a Neff gas hob and oven, dishwasher, integrated Indesit fridge-freezer, washer-dryer and breakfast bar.

Grand Canal Dock

Meanwhile, the living area boasts a corner window with unrivalled views across the city. The room is also fitted with a TV point and recessed lighting, while two separate balconies offer outside-access.

Grand Canal Dock apartment

Elsewhere in the apartment, there are two double bedrooms, both of which are fitted with SKON sliding wardrobes. One of these bedrooms features the property’s third balcony area, as well as a convenient ensuite bathroom.

A second, more spacious bathroom is also available off the main hall. Both bathrooms include a shower cubicle, WHB, WC, mirror, shaving light and towel rail.

Other notable features include secure, underground car parking and gas-fired central heating.

Photos: Maya Healy at Owen Reilly via Daft.ie 


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