€1,500,000

1 St. Kevins Place Donovan Lane Blackpitts Dublin 8

  • 3
  • 3
  • -
  • 250m2
  • Central Location
Apartment for sale
B3

Description

An incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a truly magnificent New York style penthouse exceptionally well located in Dublin city centre. This stunning period property formally known as Saint Kevin's National School was built in 1895 by renowned Irish architect George Coppinger Ashlin. The property has now undergone major renovations to include 4 unique apartments the likes of which is rarely seen in Dublin.

On entering 1 St Kevin's Place you are instantly greeted with a dramatic floor to ceiling glass hallway which leads to the first floor. The breath taking living room enjoys 7.5 meter (24ft) ceiling heights, exposed timber beams, stunning exposed London brick and feature picture windows. This level also includes three large double bedrooms (2 en suite) and family bathroom. A particular feature to this floor is the magnificent roof terrace offering numerous possibilities and enjoys great privacy.

From the living room there is a feature staircase leading to the beautiful in frame kitchen with stone work tops, boiling water tap and excellent storage. This area also includes a large dining area, utility room and separate roof terrace providing unique space for outdoor dining.

St. Kevin's Place enjoys a pleasant position in this popular Dublin 8 address, just off Clanbrassil Street and within a short walk of St. Stephen's Green. There are many amenities on the doorstep to include St. Patricks Cathedral, Teelings Distillery, Grafton Street and Camden Street. There is no shortage of restaurants, bars and cafes in the immediate area.

Other Features:
  • Original Features
  • Patio
  • Schools Nearby
  • Spacious
BER Details:
Property Details:
Stephen DayView ProfilePSR Licence No: 001848Blackrock Office Lisney
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€1,500,000

1 St. Kevins Place Donovan Lane Blackpitts Dublin 8

  • 3
  • 3
  • -
  • 250m2
  • Central Location
Apartment for sale
B3

Description

An incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a truly magnificent New York style penthouse exceptionally well located in Dublin city centre. This stunning period property formally known as Saint Kevin's National School was built in 1895 by renowned Irish architect George Coppinger Ashlin. The property has now undergone major renovations to include 4 unique apartments the likes of which is rarely seen in Dublin.

On entering 1 St Kevin's Place you are instantly greeted with a dramatic floor to ceiling glass hallway which leads to the first floor. The breath taking living room enjoys 7.5 meter (24ft) ceiling heights, exposed timber beams, stunning exposed London brick and feature picture windows. This level also includes three large double bedrooms (2 en suite) and family bathroom. A particular feature to this floor is the magnificent roof terrace offering numerous possibilities and enjoys great privacy.

From the living room there is a feature staircase leading to the beautiful in frame kitchen with stone work tops, boiling water tap and excellent storage. This area also includes a large dining area, utility room and separate roof terrace providing unique space for outdoor dining.

St. Kevin's Place enjoys a pleasant position in this popular Dublin 8 address, just off Clanbrassil Street and within a short walk of St. Stephen's Green. There are many amenities on the doorstep to include St. Patricks Cathedral, Teelings Distillery, Grafton Street and Camden Street. There is no shortage of restaurants, bars and cafes in the immediate area.

Other Features:
  • Original Features
  • Patio
  • Schools Nearby
  • Spacious
BER Details:
Property Details:
Stephen DayView ProfilePSR Licence No: 001848Blackrock Office Lisney

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