Savills is delighted to offer No. 24 The Square, Beggars Bush to the market.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase an exceptional top floor apartment on an historic Georgian square ideally located on Haddington Road in the fashionable area of Ballsbridge.
Beggar's Bush was a former British Army barracks built in 1827 - sympathetically redeveloped in the 1990s. Today it comprises a combination of luxury apartments and government buildings including the National Print Museum.
No. 24 is a dual-aspect apartment quietly tucked away on the east side corner of the square. The southwest-facing apartment overlooks the large and leafy former parade ground. Afternoon and evening sun floods the elegant living room and dining room, while the bedrooms benefit from the morning sun. The apartment, which extends to approx. 74 sq m / 800 sq ft, is in excellent condition and extremely well-presented by the current owner.
The main living room and dining room are well-proportioned with high ceilings of approx. 3 m / 11 ft and large recessed sash windows. Additional period features include corniced ceilings with centre rose, traditional fireplace and mantelpiece, and panelled doors with architrave surrounds. Tall French doors divide the two rooms. A separate, modern kitchen is fitted with floor-to-ceiling cupboards and integrated appliances. Here, a ceiling hatch and ladder connect to a large, fully-floored, attic storage space. Quietly, to the rear of the apartment, are two double bedrooms and the main bathroom. A newly installed JouleTherm heating system provides energy-efficient electric heating to the entire apartment which is controlled by a touch screen panel.
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