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60 Oxmantown Road , Stoneybatter, Dublin 7, D07 VW90Sale Agreed E2

2 Bed Terraced House 59 m² / 635 ft² Sale Agreed

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Charming two-bedroom, mid terrace, artisan house in the very fashionable and much sought-after Stoneybatter in Dublin 7.

Recently renovated in a modern contemporary style with its attractive brick facade. This spacious property offers an abundance of natural light and generous space throughout. The accommodation inside is warm, inviting and well appointed. On entering there is a wide entrance hallway leading to an open plan living room followed by a home office area. The spacious living room features marble fire place with built in alcove shelving and dining space which is currently in use as a home office. Both of which overlooks a private courtyard garden. The modern hand crafted kitchen to the front of the house boasts ample counter space and splash back tilling. The downstairs accommodation is completed by a fully tiled bathroom.

Upstairs there are two stylish double bedrooms each with deep pile wool carpets and generous storage. The main bedroom is a lovely room with two windows to the front and wonderfully high ceilings. The second bedroom has the added benefit of an ensuite.

Stoneybatter has become very Hipster in recent years and provides an abundance of coffee shops, bars and restaurants, including The Glimmer Man with the Vietnom food truck, The Belfry and Cotto. Lilliput Stores stocks a great range of artisan food products. The Four Courts, Kings Inn and the Law Library are very close by, while the Dublin City Centre and IFSC can be reached within 10 minutes' walk. DCU Dublin at Grangegorman is under 1 km away. The area is served by good public transport links including the Museum stop on the LUAS Red Line and many Dublin Bus routes.


Tastefully modernised
Gas fired central heating
High efficiency double glazing
Light filled throughout
Extending to 59sqm./ 635 sqft.
Excellent public transport including the LUAS Red Line and Dublin Bus routes.

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