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
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.