Burlington Road – Stables

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Burlington Road is located on the South Side of Dublin City, Dublin 4, nearby Wilton Terrace and less than 10 minutes walk to Saint Stephen’s Green.

This property is part of a house that has been divided in four separate apartment and refurnished in 2017 and will offer you a gated secured entrance with a small garden area for kids and adults during sunny days.

This apartment is ideally located to enjoy the calm of the south side with all the advantages of the city centre.

Baggot Street Upper located 5 minutes walk from the property will have all the shops you could need including Banks, Grocery shops, Barbers, Restaurants, Pubs and much more.

The proximaty of major landmarks is one of the highlights of this property:

-Grafton Street is located approximately 15 minutes walk from the apartment

-The Irish National Museums are located 15 minutes walk from the apartment (National Gallery of Ireland, National Museum of Archeology, National History Museum, for further details: http://www.museum.ie/).

-Trinity College and Temple Bar are both located approximately 20 minutes walk from the apartment

Suitable for professionals and tourist this location is ideal to commute throw the city with the nearby public transport:

-Bus: 18, 25x, 38, 38a, 38b, 39, 39a, 66x, 67x, 70

 

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When you visit any city there is always that one street where you should stroll. In Dublin, it is Grafton Street. Characterised for its many shops and places to eat and have a drink, Grafton Street is one of Ireland's most famous shopping streets. Live acts, flower sellers and bustling people line this pedestrian area and make it a great lively spot in Dublin. Come experience Grafton's Street happy atmosphere, we guarantee you'll leave with a smile on your face. -SOMETHING TO EAT & DRINK - Open seven nights a week, Peruke & Periwig is a unique and memorable drinking and dining experience on Dublin’s thriving Dawson Street. The ground floor bar allows visitors to enjoy a draught pint or a bottle of craft beer or choose from an extensive selection of cocktails, whiskeys, spirits, liqueurs and wines. Peruke & Periwig invites you to visit the second and third floor lounge areas where you can dine from a comprehensive, modern Irish menu for lunch or dinner whilst enjoying the surroundings. -WORTH A VISIT - Everything from organic produce, freshly baked goods, jewellery, clothing, antiques and much more is what captivates both locals and tourists alike in the Howth Market. This is a great option for a fantastic day out along the seafront of Howth. Enjoy a pleasant walk through the stalls, take fresh air, have a coffee, buy some products and discover the big charms of this small market! The market itself is open every Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday from 10am to 6pm. Quick access from City Centre through DART.