Aside from a convenient location close to the City Centre and surrounding areas, the property has the benefit from being dry lined / internally insulated to include double glazed windows and external doors throughout. The bathroom was also recently refurbished with a step-free walk-in shower and floor to ceiling tiling.
The kitchen is small but functional, the living room has a new suite of furniture and all windows have blackout blinds and curtains. The boiler is also new making this period property very comfortable for modern living. The rear garden was recently overgrown but now stripped back with grass seed recently sowed, a blank canvass for garden enthusiasts and who are welcome to make their own improvements. Furthermore, the Square has a wonderful garden set out in allotments, which are actively being cultivated by the residents to grow vegetables and plants.
The following extract from an article in the Independent Newspaper sums the setting up perfectly; “Instead of the customary bit of grass and parkland, the square at the heart of De Courcy Square in Glasnevin is given over to allotments for the 47 houses around it and has been since World War I. This means that not only can you grow your own vegetables, you can compare your own vegetables to the neighbours', for better or worse.”
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