Four Seasons residence for €675,000

A roomy, serviced, one-bedroom apartment in the well-known D4 hotel

 


Apartments at the Four Seasons have had their fair share of well-known occupants including the former Taoiseach, Albert Reynolds and beef baron Larry Goodman.

Residence 17 is on the fifth floor of the hotel complex and is accessed only by owners with key cards.

Measuring 120sq m (1,285sq ft), the property is the size of an average three-bedroom semi. The picture windows in the open- plan living/dining room look onto the courtyard and across to Leinster Rugby’s HQ and the RDS.

A New York-style kitchen, one that can be closed off from the living space, has Corian countertops, white gloss units and appliances that include a Gagganau four-ring hob and two Siemens ovens, that appear to have seen very little use. Why would you cook when included in the price package is the hotel’s 24-hour room service?

The bathroom is everything one would expect from a five-star establishment.

The marble-clad space is the size of a small sittingroom and has a separate shower and bath.

The property is asking €675,000 through agents SherryFitzGerald. Service charges are an additional and eye-watering €17,000 per annum. The price includes a gym membership and use of the hotel’s facilities which include a spa, indoor lap pool, 24-hour business services and concierge. It also includes light and heat. The property comes with one parking space.

Galvin Properties have had two properties for sale in the same development on which deposits have just been taken. They came to market last year.

The one-bedroom penthouse apartment of 137sq m (1,450sq ft) was asking €570,000 while a two-bedroom penthouse of 185sq m (1,991sq ft) was asking €900,000.

These properties can command premium rents. Residence 24, a two-bedroom apartment on the same floor as Residence 17, which was asking €850,000 and sold through Ganly Walters, is now to let asking €5,400 per month.

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