ANYONE looking for a neat property in a quiet part of the city centre might interest themselves in No. 19 at Bowman Street. Located within 2mns walk of The Crescent, this two bedroom townhouse solid features 2.5’ walls, sash windows and beamed ceilings.
The house has been renovated in the past few years by its present owner and new wiring, radiators, shower room, staircase and floors have created a snug and stylish home.
Accommodation comprises tiled kitchen/ diner with cooker, fridge-freezer, washer-dryer, recessed shelving. The wood-floored living room has built in units and shelving, fireplace and a sofa-bed.
Upstairs the bedrooms are both large, a double and a single, airy and with cherry woodfloors. Outside, a small covered yard provides storage with rear access, and there is a 20’ southfacing sunroof.
A property in turnkey status, No. 19 will appeal to starter couples and to investors alike as Mary Immaculate College and Bruce College are within a short walk.
Parking is available jointly at Bowman Street (one-way and residential) and St Joseph Street for just 6euro annually. Contact auctioneer Orlaigh Quane at Re/ Max Freedom, 56-57 Thomas Street, over The Still House, for a viewing appointment, 190,000euro. See www.daft.ie/1400060 for a virtual tour.