O’Connell Bridge Apartments
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The O’Connell Bridge Apartments located on d’Ollier Street, just down south of O’Connell Bridge have one of the most ideal location to offer to people looking to discover the city on foot or with public transport.
Less than 2 minute walk from Temple Bar, O’Connell Street and Trinity College you will also be able to walk within 10 minutes to Saint Stephens Green, Grafton Street, Merrion Square, Dublin’s Castle and many more attractions.
These apartments are located on high floors therefore offer a lesser nuisance from the street. With a secured electronic fob access these city centre apartments offer you security and as much calm as the city centre can offer.
Fully refurbished in Summer 2015 these properties are clean and modern.
The easy access to public transport is one of the highlights of this location
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