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149 The Plaza, Ballymun, Dublin, Dublin, D09 XN61

  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Ber Rating

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  • Ballymun
  • Dublin 9
  • C3
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Two bed forth floor apartment extends to c750 sq ft, accommodation briefly comprises entrance hallway, open plan kitchen / living and dining room with access to balcony, two double bedrooms and bathroom. Features include: Electric Storage Heating, Double Glazed Windows. The Plaza is part of a modern development built c2007 as part of the Ballymun Regeneration Scheme. This property is located within a short walk of many local shopping and leisure facilities including Axis Art Centre & Theatre, Ballymun Civic Centre, Sport & Fitness Ballymun, Retail and Business: Northwood Business Park, IKEA, Charlestown and OMNI Shopping Centre, many primary and secondary schools and DCU. Great transport links serviced by many Dublin Bus Routes with easy access to M50, M1 and Dublin Airport. Viewing highly recommended by appointment through REA McGEE 01 4057700

Please Note: The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of an existing tenancy, lease terms are available on request

FOR SALE BY AUCTION: Wednesday 18th July 2018 @ 3pm
Auction Venue: Killashee Hotel, Naas, Co Kildare
Price: AMV €150,000

BER Details
BER: C3 BER No.111259602 Energy Performance Indicator:207.17 kWh/m²/yr

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BER No.: 111259602

Energy Performance Indicator: 207.17 kWh/m²/yr

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