Opportunity to go for three in a row

Dublin 2 €435,000


Numbers four, five and six Leeson Place is a trio of houses situated at the end of a Regency terrace of vanilla white mews houses, just off the Leeson Street end of Adelaide Road, Dublin’s central business district. The terraced properties were renovated in 2002.

Each of three two-bedroom house properties measures about (105sq m) 1,100sq ft in size.

Each is asking €435,000 through agents Savills.

A receivership sale, they are being sold separately.

The ground floor of each of the three houses is configured slightly differently. Number five and six both have an open plan kitchen-living-dining room. Number four has a separate kitchen and an open plan living cum dining room.

In each the kitchen is situated to the rear and has access to a private, timbered east-facing deck via a stable-style half-door. This is a smart way to ventilate the kitchen.

Upstairs each house has two double bedrooms. All of the bedrooms are ensuite.

The houses are Ber exempt.

Each property comes with a parking space in an underground car park located at the end of the terrace.

At the moment there is free parking on the street outside but the council has informed the estate agent that double yellow lines are to be painted on Leeson Place, prohibiting any parking.

Agent Ivan Tuite of Savills estimates that each property will command a rent in the region of €2,000 per calendar month.

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