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Dun Laoghaire apartment with enviable sea views for €800k

There’s nothing average about this 190 square metre apartment

11th September, 2016
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The unit at the Pavilion is in turnkey condition, with four separate balconies

According to the law of averages, three-bedroom houses in Dublin typically range in size from about 100 to 125 square metres – but there’s nothing average about this 190 square metre apartment in Dun Laoghaire in south Co Dublin.

Perched on the fourth floor, the modern unit at 65/66 The Pavilion is in turnkey condition. It boasts enviable sea views and full-height windows with four separate balconies from which to enjoy them.

The apartment is on the...

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