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03rd Sep 2018

PICS: We’ve Found Ireland’s Most Expensive Apartment To Rent At €8,000 A Month

Darragh Berry

Okay, even if we lived like monks for the whole month, didn’t go out, didn’t eat, didn’t even buy toilet roll, we still wouldn’t be able to afford this behemoth of a place.

We’ve found Ireland’s most expensive apartment which is going for a colossal €8,000 and sure where else would it be but in the capital.

It’s a duplex penthouse on the 15th and 16th floors at Millennium Tower on Grand Canal Dock in D4.

It looks amazing and the view from the bedroom is to die for but trying to keep up with the rent on this place would probably kill you off anyway.

Let’s have a look, shall we?

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The place is described as a “spectacular duplex penthouse on the 15th & 16th floors in the heart of Grand Canal Dock with unrivalled views over the entire city out to the Irish Sea.

“Newly styled by an interior designer, the spacious and light filled interior is furnished to the highest of standard with a new energy efficient heating system and stylish new bathrooms.

“Two designated parking space are in the basement. The accommodation accommodate on the lower floors comprises entrance hallway (by private lift access) with generous storage cupboard; open plan living/dining/kitchen room, two double bedrooms master en-suite and a bathroom.

“On the upper level there is an atrium style room with double height ceiling and floor to ceiling glazing that could be used as a second living room or a home office. A master bedroom suite, with walk in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom has access to a generous terrace.

“With its stunning views, and exceptional space on offer, this apartment must be viewed to be appreciated.”

You can find more information on the Owen Reilly website here.

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