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Wolfe Tone Lofts by havitat, Wolfe Tone Street, Dublin 1

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From €1,750 per month

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Development Description

    The Perfect Location On your doorstep . Jervis and Abbey St Luas stops Jervis and Ilac shopping centres Around the corner . City centre offices and shops O'Connell Street, with GPO Henry Street, including Arnotts Uber-trendy Smithfield Temple Bar Jervis Medical Centre Moore Street market Oval Bar and Gin Palace pubs Lemon Jelly Café, Soup Dragon and Boojum restaurants Millennium Walkway A short stroll away . International Financial Services Centre Grafton Street Tara St-Connolly Dart stations Abbey Theatre National Gallery-National Concert Hall Trinity College Croke Park stadium Guinness Storehouse A short drive . Dublin Airport Dublin Port Motorway links to Belfast, Cork, Galway and more Rapid Transport Links Wolfe Tone Lofts is close to everything the bustling capital has to offer (an amble across the Liffey to St Stephen's Green takes about 15 minutes, just a little longer than a walk to offices in the IFSC), so residents don't need to rely on public transport. Of course, the streamlined Luas tram service - which you can catch at the nearby Jervis and Abbey St stops - will speed you across town for that important business meeting or shopping odyssey (or you can hire an eco-friendly bicycle at a local Dublinbikes station). The apartment complex is also served by multiple bus routes, including the 46A, ideal for that summer trip to Dun Laoghaire, and the 16D, which connects to Dublin Airport. Leading Leisure Nestled between O'Connell Street and the River Liffey, the fashionable Wolfe Tone Lofts neighbourhood is awash with tree-lined pathways that are regularly used by health-conscious walkers and joggers. Furthemore, Jervis Street is home to two superb gyms - including a new Flyefit Supergym, which includes cutting-edge weights and cardio machines, as well as a heated polar chamber. Smithfield's cool Escape Health Club has a swimming pool, gym, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. Superb shopping Near the banks of the Liffey is the superbly designed Jervis Shopping Centre, which has close to 60 top stores, including large Tesco and M&S outlets, big-name clothes and shoe stores, jewelers, mobile phone outlets and coffee houses. Equally convenient is the Ilac Centre, which brims with top department and food stores - including Dunnes Stores and T.K. Maxx - as well as beauty outlets, browse-friendly bookstores and trendy cafés. Henry Street, a shoppers' paradise, boasts the iconic Arnotts department store, while serious retail therapy awaits on Grafton Street, home to Brown Thomas's flagship store. Cool City Lifestyle Including . Bustling bars The Oval Bar and Brazen Head are among the welcoming old Dublin watering holes, and the craft beer-bedecked Black Sheep and award-winning Gin Palace (boasting the largest selection of gins in the capital) have genuine hipster appeal. Equally inviting are Darkey Kellys, known for top beer, nosh and trad music, and the historically charged Confession Box, which dates back to the War of Independence. Excellent eateries Next door, on Wolfe Tone Street, is the eclectic Wing's World Café, while Wallace's Asti restaurant has a bellissimo range of Italian, Sardinian and Mediterranean dishes. The burgers in Rockets emporium in the Jervis Centre have been described as "amazing", and Japanese food aficionados regularly flock to the tasty Takara Ramen and Deli Sushi Bar. Top theatres and movie-houses A short stroll (or Luas ride) will take you to the historically charged Abbey Theatre, which regularly stages top Irish and international dramas, while R.E.M and David Bowie are among the big names to have performed in the nearby Olympia Theatre. Cinemas include the nearby Cineworld, a must-visit for blockbuster fans, and movie buffs will also love the splendid Savoy, on O'Connell St, and Smithfield's arty Light House. Magnificent museums and galleries Dublin's docklands is home to Epic The Irish Emigration Museum, where long afternoons can be spent delving into the Irish diaspora. Slightly nearer is the GPO Museum, and across the river is the must-see National Museum of Ireland - and the National Gallery, of course. Closeby are the Hugh Lane and Temple Bar art galleries, while The Spire of Dublin on O'Connell Street is an outstanding outdoor public sculpture. The Apartments - One and Two Bedroom Close to Dublin's buzzing, culture-steeped city centre, the superbly located Wolfe Tone Lots apartment complex includes a range of expertly designed and constructed one and two bedroom apartments that cater for all the needs of modern life. All of Wolfe Tone Loft's expertly designed, open-plan apartments are fitted with tasteful contemporary furniture and fittings, and many of the light-filled residences allow for stunning views of world-renowned Dublin buildings and landmarks, including Trinity College Dublin and the elegant Spire. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, residents can also relax in the quiet, landscaped courtyard. Inside the apartments, wall-to-wall central heating and homely timber floors ensure life in this wonderful city centre complex is always warm and inviting for residents (including wheelchair users) and visitors. Wolfe Tone Lofts offers unique city centre storage solutions, with large storage lockers in the basement included with each apartment that can be used for secure bike storage or any additional items you need safely and securely stored. Kitchens/Dining Our interior designers have thought of everything, as demonstrated by the array of slick integrated appliances - including top-of-the-range dishwashers, washer/dryers, full-size fridge freezers, microwaves and oven/hobs - and generous storage space. Living Rooms Spacious and filled with light (which can be dimmed using elegant blinds), the wood-floored living rooms are designed to accommodate the trendy, designer furniture that comes with the open-plan apartments. Furthermore, they are all wired for TV, cable, satellite and broadband services. Put your feet up . Bedrooms Wolfe Tone Loft's spacious bedrooms are fitted with comfortable soft furnishings and elegant, purpose-designed furniture. Of course, large fitted wardrobes are standard in all sleeping spaces. Bathrooms Beautiful, strong tiling are just one of our bathrooms' standout details, and they also come with contemporary sanitary ware throughout. Service The dedicated team at Hooke & MacDonald are always on hand to assist in all your management and maintenance queries, to ensure everything runs smoothly in your new Wolfe Tone Lofts home. This is aided by the 24 hour-accessible resident's online

    Development Features

    • Free Wifi from 21st Jan 2021
    • Furniture in second bedroom can be adapted
    • Residents Only Courtyard with Seating
    • Secured Bicycle Racks
    • Unrivalled City Centre Location
    • The area benefits from immediate access to numerous transport links
    • Furnished to the highest of standards - Designer furniture package
    • Fitted wardrobes
    • Open plan living and kitchen area with timber floors throughout
    • Contemporary styled kitchen - Integrated kitchen appliances

    Amenities & Locality


    Property Facilities

    • Central Heating
    • Washing Machine
    • Dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Microwave
    • Wheelchair Access

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