Superb 1 bedroom apartment for sale in Weir House Richmond Road

  • €240,000


Property ID: HomeIEESUMCB-T2884
  • Apartment
  • Property Type
  • 0
  • Bedroom
  • 1
  • Bathroom


Superb 1 bedroom apartment for sale in Weir House Richmond Road Dublin

Property Location




D03 KN73

Property Details

With its welcoming atmosphere, famous landmarks and surrounding areas of outstanding natural beauty, ireland’s wonderful capital Dublin continues to be one of best places across Europe to be at any time of year. On offer here is a chance for someone to invest in this beautiful city with this excellent 1 bedroom apartment near the city centre.

Number 9 Weir House is a spacious one bedroom apartment with a balcony view.. Richmond Road is just a 5-minute walk from both Drumcondra and Fairview and a 15 minute walk from Dublin city centre.

This apartment will suit both investors and owner occupiers .

The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall with a storage cupboards, a large open plan fitted kitchen/ living/ dining room with wood flooring plus balcony views.. A good size bedroom with built in wardrobes and main bathroom. The apartment comes with one secure underground designated parking space. The apartment if currently generating an annual renal income of €15,500 rental per annum.

internal Features

– Large and bright living area

– Secure underground parking

– Balcony View

External Features

– Convenient location

– Close to local amenities

Local Area

Weir House is a modern development set in quiet surroundings. This apartment would be the ideal choice for investors or who are looking for a property close to town. Local amenities include The Botanic Gardens, Dublin City University, Croke Park, Clontarf and Dollymount Strand and Westwood Health & Fitness is short walk away. The iFSC and Ballsbridge are easily accessible by foot and public transport is catered for by Dublin Bus, the Dart and the intercity Commuter Train at Drumcondra. Dublin Airport is less than 10 kilometres away. Easy access to Trinity collage and many other 3rd Level educational institutions.


A small capital with a huge reputation, Dublin has a mix of heritage and hedonism that will not disappoint. All you have to do is show up.

Dublin has been in the news since the 9th century, and while traces of its Viking past have been largely washed away, the city is a living museum of its history since then, with medieval castles and cathedrals on display alongside the architectural splendours of its 18th-century heyday, when Dublin was the most handsome Georgian city of the British Empire and a fine reflection of the aspirations of its most privileged citizens. How power was wrested from their hands is another story, and you’ll learn that one in its museums and on its walking tours.

True love is demonstrated with brutal unsentimentally round here, but they’ll go soft at the knees when talking about the character and personality of the ‘greatest city in the world, if you ignore all the others’. Garrulous, amiable and witty, Dubliners at their ease are the greatest hosts of all, a charismatic bunch with compelling soul and sociability.

Even in these times of green juices and heart-monitoring apps, the pub remains the alpha and omega of social interaction in Dublin. The city’s relationship with alcohol is complex and conflicted but, at its very best, a night out in the pub is the perfect social lubricant and one of the highlights of a visit to Dublin. Every Dubliner has their favourite haunt, from the never-changing traditional pub to whatever new opening is bringing in the beautiful people. With more than 1000 of them spread about the city, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

For as long as it’s been around, Dublin has looked beyond irish shores for inspiration. Once the second city of the (British) Empire, Dublin has always maintained a pretty cosmopolitan outlook and in the last three decades has conspicuously embraced diversity and multiculturalism. You’ll hear languages and eat foods from all four corners of the globe, and while it used to be said that ‘real’ Dubs had to be born within the canals like their parents and grandparents before them, these days you’re just as likely to meet a Dub whose parents were born in Warsaw, Lagos, Cairo or Beijing.

Main Features

* 1 bedroom

* 1 bathroom

* 70m2 of living space

* Stunning city views

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  • Address Dublin Leinster,Dublin,,Ireland
  • City Dublin
  • State/county County Dublin
  • Area County Dublin
  • Country Ireland


Updated on June 20, 2023 at 9:02 pm
  • Property ID: HomeIEESUMCB-T2884
  • Price: €240,000
  • Bedroom: 0
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Property Status: Residential For Sale

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