Proving you don’t need a lot of space to make an interesting home, these bijou spots are perfect for someone looking for a city location without a huge price tag.
This two-bedroom mid-terrace cottage has a lovely main living and dining area, with a stove, a wooden floor, and fitted shelving. The kitchen and bathroom sit to the back of the house, and the kitchen opens up to the back garden.
Well-sized, it has been paved in Indian sandstone, with carefully considered planting and a fence providing privacy, while a shed at the back of the garden houses the washing machine.
Close to Glenageary and the south Dublin coast, it also has plenty of amenities nearby, including supermarkets and parks.
This one bed home feels bright and modern throughout. You enter into the living and kitchen space, which has wooden floors and a stove. A bright kitchen backsplash adds a pop of colour.
To the back of the house is a utility room and the bedroom, while the attic has been converted to give an office space and shower room. It’s within walking distance of Dublin city centre, with Dublin 8’s many popular restaurants and shops also on your doorstep.
Although a new owner may wish to update the decor of this three-bedroom period home, it is in good condition. There are two reception rooms, one of which could be combined with the existing kitchen to make a larger kitchen and dining room.
There is a small garden to the rear with a concrete shed. This home is just a short distance from the city centre, and is very close to Fairview park.
This two bedroom home has been modernised, making it a bright, clean space. Off the long hallway are the main bedroom and the living room, while the kitchen and bathroom sit at the back of the house.
Upstairs, the attic has been converted to give a second bedroom, while at the rear of the house is a well-sized garden with a paved area for seating, as well as a raised gravel area with a shed.
This home is very close to the city centre, and has good amenities nearby.