Plenty of room, with a view of the Liffey for €500,000

Two-bed top-floor apartment with a terrace and a communal roof garden


Number 62 The Waterfront is a top floor, two-bed apartment to the rear of Hanover Quay, across a courtyard from Facebook’s Dublin office.

Built in 2008 by Ellier Developments, the current owners bought it in 2009, and it is now asking €500,000 through agent Owen Reilly.

Entry to the building is on Hanover Quay and the 101sq m (1,087sq ft) apartment opens into an L-shaped, tiled hall. In the living area to the right two floor-to-ceiling windows open on to a wraparound terrace that overlooks the Liffey to the north, and Hanover Dock and the Dublin mountains to the south. The room is bright, with high ceilings and white semi-solid oak flooring.

Double doors lead to a white gloss Siematic kitchen with unhoned granite countertops. A half wall divides it from the dining area.

The first of two double bedrooms is adjacent to the sittingroom. Across the hall is the bathroom. The master bedroom has views of Hanover Dock and an en suite with a bath and rainwater shower. Both bedrooms have internally lit Zanette glass sliding-door wardrobes.

The property has a BER B1 and, says the agent, a “district” heating system that costs 30-40 per cent less to run than a standard boiler and immersion operating system.

The communal roof garden has mature planting and swathes of Astroturf. The building is situated on a corner site and overlooks a vacant lot. To the north are two one-storey warehouses that one would expect to be developed in the coming years.

Number 16 comes with a designated car parking space. Management fees currently cost €2,233.90 per annum.

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