Be­tween a lock and a bar place

This mod­est canal bank three-bed is sound­proofed, roomy and a cou­ple of doors down from O’Brien’s on Lee­son Street

The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - The Market - 795,000

Up­stairs are two bed­rooms, but it is the prin­ci­pal which is the show-stop­per. It is spa­cious, and has a dual as­pect, but it is the large en suite and sep­a­rate walk-in wardrobe that create the wow fac­tor. To be hon­est, the pho­to­graphs do not do jus­tice to the pro­por­tions or qual­ity of the in­te­ri­ors.

Sell­ing agent Lis­ney is seek­ing ¤795,000 for the house, which is in turnkey con­di­tion. This area of the city is al­ways in de­mand due to its prox­im­ity to St Stephen’s Green and the city cen­tre, but pos­si­bly its best sell­ing point (for some) might be its lo­ca­tion just doors away from O’Brien’s pub, one of the city’s best-loved hostel­ries

To draw a lo­cal com­par­i­son, across the road, in the es­tab­lished res­i­den­tial Me­spil Es­tate com­plex, one-bed­room apart­ments are sell­ing for well over their ask­ing prices.

For ex­am­ple, num­ber 62 Oak House, a 40sq m one-bed­room unit, sold ear­lier this year for ¤335,000, which equates to ¤8,375 per sq m.

The ask­ing price for 4 Sus­sex Ter­race equates to ¤5,888 per sq m, with the added ben­e­fit of the su­perb in­ter­nal court­yard.

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