Apartment/Flat for Rent

Dublin, Ireland

2 Bedroom / 2 Full Bath / Half Bath


Price: 3600-4000 € per month

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This lovely number is modern inside, and it's lively outside. It’s the perfect combo. Kick your Dublin adventure off the right way.

Moving to Ireland and need a short-term, furnished rental near the international schools? This modern 2BR apartment is near Dublin International School.

You'll love the decor. It’s a contemporary charmer, with classic wooden floors, white walls and pops of colour thanks to all the cushions. And with large exterior windows in each room, the whole apartment is bathed in natural light.

The location is central and always up for a good time – experience Dublin the right way. There are restaurants and bars, and the stunning Iveagh Gardens nearby. 2 minute walk from Harcourt Station.

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