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Moovingo is delighted to bring 5 Hanover Square to the market. This very well presented two bedroom Victorian terraced house represents a rare opportunity to acquire a truly charming city centre home, conveniently located in a quiet cul-de-sac.
The accommodation is exceptionally well-proportioned. Downstairs comprises of an entrance hallway with generous under-stairs storage, a spacious living/dining room with a cast-iron fireplace and kitchen with access to a sunny shared rear garden. Upstairs comprises of two bright bedrooms – a large master bedroom and a second double bedroom which is currently in use as a single bedroom (both complete with sizeable built-in wardrobes) and a family bathroom with bath/shower, WHB and WC.
The large west-facing rear garden is an enviable addition to the property, a unique find in the city centre.
The property also benefits from a newly installed combi boiler.
St Patrick’s Cathedral & Park, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublinia, Dublin Castle and The Guinness Storehouse are all close by, as are a host of other amenities in Dublin 8; with city centre shops, bars and restaurants a mere stroll away. A range of central bus routes are available on Patrick Street and both Luas lines are within walking distance, as are a selection of DublinBikes hubs.
5 Hanover Square has historical relevance being the childhood home of Easter 1916 Martyr Councillor Richard O'Carroll who died for his country when he was tragically shot during the week of the 1916 Rising at the age of 39. Richard O’Carroll was considered a true working class hero; he was a founding member of the Labour Party; a trade union activist and political activist. He was survived by his wife Annie and their 7 children.
Incredible City Centre Location
Charming Shared Garden
Comtemporary "Apeer" Front Door
Abundance of Local Amenities
Solid Wood Flooring
Bathroom with Triton Shower
Freshly Painted Front Exterior
Red & Green Luas Lines | 10 Min Walk
BER: F BER No.112726559 Energy Performance Indicator:415.79 kWh/m²/yr