MOVEHOME ESTATE AGENTS… are delighted to present Number 67 Church Street to the open market. Spanning approx. 80 m² / 861 ft², this 2 bedroom end of terrace residence which is an ideal starter home or investment is sure to impress you all. Number 67 has been modernised a little throughout and will make an ideal starter home for the growing family. Situated off the Quays, this ultra convenient location is within walking distance of the city centre and the Mater hospital. A selection of local neighbourhood shops are also just around the corner.
Accommodation briefly comprises of welcoming entrance hall, kitchen/dining area, seperate living room, bathroom and two double bedrooms. Outside to the rear is an East facing yard with side access and to the front there is on street parking. No.67 provides the ideal living solution for the city based professional who is seeking a property close to Dublin City Centre and within walking distance of a fine array of taverns, eateries and a selection of convenience stores. The convenience of the location cannot be overstated having every conceivable amenity within walking distance.
Located within walking distance of the City Centre and convenient to the numerous shops, cafes, bars and restaurants Drumcondra and Phibsborough Village has to offer. Easy access is enjoyed to the IFSC, East Point Business Park, Dublin Airport, Beaumont, Mater & Temple Street Hospitals, DCU and Trinity and the M1 & M50 motorways. The area is very well serviced by a great public transport system. The green open spaces nearby and its close proximity to the city make it an unique location. You can walk to Drumcondra Station to use the Arrow rail service and there are also numerous bus routes servicing Drumcondra, including a Quality Bus Corridor (QBC).
It is also within walking distance of the city Centre, DIT Grangegorman and Smithfield. Stoneybatter nearby offers an unrivalled array of independent shops, boutiques, antique shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Easy access to public transport with the LUAS Red Line, trains at Heuston Station, numerous bus routes and Dublin Bikes in close proximity. The Capuchin Friars first arrived in Dublin in 1615, but came to settle on Church Street in 1690, shortly after the Battle of the Boyne and opened a €oeass house€ at the site of the present Church. The Mass house was enlarged in 1796 and the present Church dates from 1881.
Early viewing is essential to appreciate all this wonderful home has to offer and can be arranged with MOVEHOME ESTATE AGENTS … on 01-8844690