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Regency style meets modernity in this five-level Dublin townhouse with its own lift

Don’t fancy the stairs? Just take the elevator in this impressive Dublin 4 home.

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SET ON THE site of an old Quaker hospital in south Dublin, the homes at Edward Square mix period design and contemporary style.

Built back in 2007, Number 10 is one of 59 properties in the gated development, overlooking a landscaped courtyard and with its own secure underground parking area.

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Inside, the property has accommodation across five storeys, from the garden level kitchen and family room right up to the top floor living room, featuring its own covered front terrace.

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There’s certainly no shortage of space in this home, with a total floor area of 400 sq metres, and a private garden of 70 sq metres to the rear.

All in all, there are four reception rooms, four bedrooms, five bathrooms and an additional WC off the kitchen.

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Despite the wide spread of rooms and floors, the garden level kitchen acts as the natural heart of the home, with a large island and dining area looking onto the garden. For those who don’t fancy traipsing up three floors to get to bed, there’s a private elevator covering all five storeys.

As well as the four generously proportioned bedrooms – each with either an en-suite bathroom or exclusive use of a bathroom on the same floor – there’s the potential to convert the top floor living room into additional sleeping accommodation.

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Sitting on Bloomfield Avenue just off Morehampton Rd, Edward Square is right in the heart of Dublin 4.

As well as an array of shops, bars and restaurants, you’ll also be living close to Muckross Park and Sandford Park Schools, the RDS, the Aviva Stadium, Donnybrook Tennis Club and much more.

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Donnybrook is well served by Dublin Bus routes and is a 15-20 minute drive from Dublin city centre.

If a slice of city living is what you’re after, you had better set your alarm – the property will be up for public online action next Wednesday September 27 at 8am, with a reserve price of €2.3m. 10 Edward Square is on sale with BidX1 via Daft.ie.

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