7a Smithfield Market,Smithfield,Dublin 7,D07 E932, D07 E932€295,000 C1

1 Bed Apartment 60 m² / 646 ft² For Sale

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No. 7a Smithfield Market is a spacious one-bedroom apartment situated in the increasingly popular Dublin 7.

Constructed in 2004 and measuring approximately 60 sqm / or 646 sq ft, the apartment offers generous sized living space with large windows throughout allowing natural light to fill the apartment all year round. Located on the 2nd floor, the accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall with large storage room off, bathroom, double bedroom and an open plan living/dining area with kitchen off. The apartment further benefits from a westerly facing balcony which can be accessed through the living area and bedroom separately.

The exceptionally convenient location is within walking distance of TUD Grangegorman, NCAD, Blackhall Place and the Four Courts, while a multitude of shopping facilities are available at Capel Street, Jervis Street and Henry Street. There is also a wide range of cafes and restaurants on offer within Smithfield Village and, with the Luas line on its doorstep, the outer reaches of the city are just a tram ride away.


Entrance Hall Intercom, electric heater, fire alarm and large storage room.

Bathroom Fully tiled floors and walls, recessed spot lighting, WC, wash hand basin and bath with recessed shower attachment.

Bedroom Double room with laminate flooring, built in wardrobes access to westerly facing balcony.

Living / Dining Room Large windows, laminate flooring open to kitchen and access to westerly facing balcony.

Kitchen Tiled floors and tiled splashback, granite counter top, integrated floor and wall level units, plumbed for oven hob and extractor fan, washing machine, full sized dishwasher and fridge freezer.


Westerly aspect off balcony

Electric Heating

Constructed in 2004

Negotiator Details

Paul Taylor

Viewing Information

Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald City Centre on 01 6431400

BER Details

BER No: 101279560
Performance Indicator: 31kgCO2/m2/yr