67 Sq M
- Date added: 12/14/21
- Post Updated: 2022-02-18 11:21:28
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Floors: 1
- Area: 67 m²
- Type: end of terrace red brick
Galvin Property are delighted to present No 44 Martin Street, Portobello to the market. A deceptively large two bedroom period end of terrace red brick property situated at the end of Martin Street, adjacent to the canal.The accommodation downstairs comprises a living room, dining room, kitchen and access to a private rear garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and bathroom. Although in need of updating, this is a charming house that offers the purchaser a blank canvas from which they can create a beautiful home of distinction to suit taste and budget.
Number 44 comes with a very unique feature, the property formed part of the original Dublin Artisan Company and incorporates what was an Artisan workspace / maintenance facility for the surrounding streets. Due to this extra space the property is region 20% bigger that all neighbouring properties.
3.30m x 3.10m
3.80m x 4.26m
2.06m x 3.82m
0.84m x 1.84m
3.10m x 6.16m
2.32m x 3.80m
Portobello is distinctly popular due to it’s proximity to the city centre coupled with the local amenities and a real sense of community. Martin Street has become increasingly popular with working professionals in recent times is situated between the South Circular Road and Portobello Road close to the banks of the Grand Canal. Easily accessible and close to a host transport facilities including the LUAS, just 1.3km to St Stephens Green (about 15 minutes on foot). This two bedroom period property is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city yet within walking distance of Dublin’s central business district and the IT Hub on Barrow St home to Google, Facebook and Twitters European Headquarters.
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- Ample on-street parking
- Attractive period red brick facade
- Deceptively spacious two-bedroom period home
- Small garden and storage to the rear
- Within minutes walk of St Stephens Green and Dublin City Centre