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701 sq ft(65.13 sq m)
Asking price €450,000(£396,940)

44 Haddington SquareBeggars Bush, Haddington Road, Dublin 4, D04 HC58

    Key features

    • First floor, 2 bed apartment
    • Approx.65.1 sq m / 701 sq ft
    • Well maintained development with communal gardens
    • Designated parking
    • Superb central location in Dublin 4

    Superb 2 bedroom apartment, excellently located in Ballsbridge.

    About this property

    • No 44 Haddington Square is a bright, superbly presented 2-bedroom first floor apartment situated to the rear of the Beggars Bush complex, on the grounds of an historic former army barracks dating from 1827. This is the perfect opportunity for any discerning purchaser looking for a central, peaceful and secure apartment that benefits from a wide variety of amenities on its doorstep.
      The superbly proportioned apartment has been creatively designed to perfectly suit the demand of modern day city living. With the southwest aspect to the front, it enjoys the afternoon and evening sun as it floods the elegant living room and dining room through the double glazed windows. The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance hall with storage press, living and dining room, separate kitchen, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The floor area comprises approximately 65.1 sq m / 701 sq ft of accommodation and overlooks a central green area to the front.

      BER Details - BER C2 - BER No.100240746 - Energy Performance Indicator: 187.15 kWh/M2/yr

    Local information

    • No 44 Haddington Square is ideally located in the heart of Ballsbridge, one of Dublin's most desirable areas. A great selection of amenities are just a short stroll away including the RDS, Herbert Park, Aviva Stadium and numerous local hotels and restaurants. Merrion Square, St Stephen's Green and many of Dublin's main areas of commerce & education are within easy reach by foot. The property is just a 6-minute walk from Grand Canal Dock DART Station on Barrow Street; an area known as ‘Silicon Docks'; home to the European headquarters of several high-tech companies including Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon and LinkedIn.
    • Beggar's Bush is the only barracks in Dublin to retain its fortified appearance, with unbroken perimeter walls, vertical loopholes and an emplacement of 45 Royal Navy cannons serving as bollards along the Haddington Road frontage.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Haddington Square is at back of the development. When entering Beggars Bush Square, take the right hand turn and continue to the rear, after passing the Print Museum take the left turn and and at the end take a right. Continue to the very end and Haddington Square is tucked behind the large stone building.