This three-bedroom, one-bathroom house offers two rooms for rent. The third room is occupied by the landlord, a friendly and polite Irish man. Occupants share use of a full kitchen with a dishwasher and washing machine, and Wi-Fi is already installed and included in the rent. This well-equipped home also features a very cozy living area with a fireplace, television and dining table, where tenants can relax after a day at work or university. The house is located on Poddle Green, in an area known as Kimmage. Dublin's city centre is approximately 5 kilometres away, and the flat is close to public transport. Several bus lines stop within a five minute walk and the trip into town takes about half an hour. This attractive neighbourhood has several small parks, sports centres and you can walk to the local shops in about 15 minutes.
This house is divided over three floors of a building which is not equipped with an elevator. It has natural gas heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your washing using the strings over the patio. Wi-fi is installed and it is activated. Parking is available.
Bus lines 9, 54A, 18, 83 and 83A stop five minutes from the apartment.
The English speaking landlord lives on the property and requires one month rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted but pets are not allowed. Rent should be paid by credit card, cash or bank transaction. This landlord prefers male tenants, but long term female tenants could be allowed.
Genders allowed: Only males
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Crumlin was named after the crooked valley of Lansdowne Valley which is mostly used as a recreational land, this suburb is a home to many sports teams as well as bus routes that can take you into the city centre. Crumlin is also a home to one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country - Our Lady’s Chidren’s Hospital. Drimnagh is a small, friendly suburb which can be found between Drimnagh and Crumlin. It’s a home to the large Brickfields Park and bus routes, which can take you into the city centre in 35 minutes. Unlike many neighborhoods in Dublin, Walkinstown is a large, modern suburb, created in 20th century. It features everything you need for a comfortable life in Dublin, including plenty of schools, a public library and a large park, run by the city council. The area also features Drimnagh Castle, one of the oldest castles in Ireland, dating back to 1216.