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Apartment 68 Hybreasal House, Kilmainham, Dublin 8






4 sq.m.

266.6 kWh/m2/yr


The apartment consists of a large living room/kitchen area, double bedroom and bathroom with large walk-in shower cubicle. Recent upgrades to the bathroom include a new pump ensuring excellent water pressure for showers and taps. Each floor is accessed via the beautiful original timber stairs along with lifts providing easy access. The large hallways allow for easy movement throughout the building. An unusual aspect of the apartment building layout means that there is only 1 neighbouring apartment to No. 68. The apartment is in excellent condition and is not affected by RPZ controls as it has not been let previously.

Formerly known as St. Patricks House and was run as a nursing home for older people by the Little Sisters of the Poor religious order since construction in 1883 until 1994. It was bought by Bovale developments and converted into residential housing in 1995 and renamed to Hybreasal. The granite building is set in a well-maintained landscaped garden with access via secure electric gates for both vehicles and pedestrians. There are beautiful granite steps leading to the entrance to the building. There are mature oak trees and planting along with numerous block-built bin stores throughout the grounds. The apartment benefits from an assigned car parking space.

Located on the South Circular Road, Hybreasal benefits from excellent transport links including numerous bus routes and two LUAS stations within 4 minutes' walk. The area is currently undergoing a major transformation with the development of the National Children's Hospital in St James' along with further development nearby at Grand Canal Harbour and the site at St James' Gate. Both Kilmainham and Rialto villages offer numerous amenities including shops, post office, pharmacies, hairdresser and several coffee shops, cafes and restaurants. Amenities such as IMMA at Kilmainham Hospital, War Memorial Gardens, and the Phoenix Park are all within walking distance of the development.

Accommodation is as follows:

Hallway: 2.26m x 0.96m
Varnished timber flooring with intercom to the main door. The hot press is located here and comes with built-in shelving. There is a new hot water cylinder and a new water pump.

Living Room/Kitchen area: 4.21m x 5.69m
The 2.4m tall timber windows allow natural light to flood into the living area. There are natural timber floors and TV and broadband points in this room. The marble-effect tiled fireplace with timber surround comes with an electric fire. There is ample room for a dining table and chairs in this space along with a 3-seater sofa bed. The kitchen area has been extended and now provides ample counter-top space. The L-shaped kitchen comes with wall and floor storage, fridge, electric oven, hob and extractor fan, stainless steel sink and washing machine.

Bedroom: 3.21m x 2.76m
This double bedroom also benefits from 2.4m tall timber windows which overlook the communal garden and South Circular Road. The room has varnished timber floors and built-in double wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors providing shelving and hanging space.

Bathroom: 1.75m x 2.41m
Recently refurbished bathroom with a decorative tiled floor and the walls are finished with waterproof wall panels. There is a generous walk-in shower cubicle with a large shower head, wc, and wash hand basin. There is also an extractor fan, mirror and shaving light.


Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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