With a luxurious finish throughout and a desirable location close to the city centre, this penthouse apartment also boasts stunning views over Dublin.
A duplex penthouse in one of Dublin’s most sought-after locations, 28 Hanover Dock has a suitably luxurious interior. Its previous owner commissioned a complete re-design of the space, optimising the space and adding a bespoke finish.
The result is a balanced and stylish home, with elegant details in every room that elevate it beyond the ordinary. The Bulthaup kitchen features sleek handle-free units, and Gaggenau appliances include digital-read ovens and a large wine fridge.
Engineered wood flooring from Ebony & Co runs throughout the apartment, and the bespoke staircase was created by Signature Stairs, adding a contemporary finish to the hallway. Other features include a Lutron smart-home system and air conditioning.
The property has three bedrooms, one of which has a built in desk and shelving so it can be used as a study if desired. The other has an ensuite.
The master bedroom upstairs has floor-to-ceiling windows on two walls, and a door that leads out onto the large balcony area. It also has a walk-in wardrobe that leads to an ensuite bathroom. All three bathrooms in the apartment feature Italian terrazzo.
There are balconies on both levels totalling 90 square metres, giving plenty of outdoor space. Both balconies wrap around the apartment, giving views in multiple directions over Dublin city.
Situated in the Grand Canal Dock area directly opposite the Marker Hotel and just across from the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, this apartment is surrounded by a great choice of restaurants and bars.
The city centre is just a 15 minute walk away, while the nearby Grand Canal DART station and Spencer Dock LUAS station provide easy access to the rest of the city.
Of course, all this comes at a price: the penthouse is on sale for €1.7 million through Owen Reilly. Click through our gallery for the full tour, and you can watch a video tour, below.
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