Rooney Auctioneers are pleased to bring to the market this spacious 3 bedroom duplex apartment located in Steamboat Quay being only minutes walk to all amenities in Limerick City Centre. Bannatyne Place is positioned at the top of Steamboat Quay and the apartments have front door entrances opening onto a central courtyard and garden area. The duplex apartment has accommodation over 2 floors and comprises an entrance hallway, a large open plan living room, kitchen - dining room, 3 bedrooms with one ensuite and main bathroom. The property comes with the benefit of a car parking space located in the same block. The apartment is in excellent condition throughout. Ideal investment property or home, viewing is highly recommended.
Accommodation: Entrance Hall, Living Room - Dining Room, Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, One Ensuite, Main Bathroom.
- Overall size 96.32 sq/m (1,036 sq/ft)
- Complex built in 1998
- Electric storage heating
- Double glazed windows
- M&C Property run the management company with a fee of approx. €1,500 per year
- Management fee covers block insurance, refuse, parking space & maintenance of common areas
- Parking space included (not an allocated space)
BER: D1 BER No.101672384
From the Shannon Bridge turn onto the Dock Road. Take a right for the Clayton Hotel. The main entrance to Steamboat Quay is on the right. The apartment is located at the top of the building accessed by lift.
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