The view from the balcony at Number 74, Block 3, The Watermill - a modern and spacious two-bedroom apartment with a large balcony in a highly desirable location in Raheny, north Dublin. The property is being brought to the market by REA Grimes with an asking price of €385,000.

A modern and spacious two-bedroom apartment with a large balcony in a highly desirable location is being brought to the market by REA Grimes.

Number 74, Block 3, The Watermill, is located inside a popular and well-maintained development in Raheny, north Dublin, with an asking price of €385,000.

Overlooking a private courtyard with gardens and water fountain, the bright and airy second-floor apartment measures 71 sqm and has underground parking.

Agents are expecting strong interest from a variety of potential clients, including first-time buyers, downsizers and investors. 

A wide entrance hall, with hot press, storage room and intercom, leads directly to the open-plan kitchen and living area, which has wooden flooring.

The kitchen has a tiled floor and is fitted with wall and floor units, integrated oven, hob and extractor fan, fridge-freezer, washer-drier and dishwasher.

Access to the balcony, which overlooks the communal gardens, is via the feature-box bay window located at the opposite end of the dining and living room.

The master bedroom is a double with built-in wardrobes and ensuite, with tiled floor, part-tiled surround, WC, wash-hand basin and walk-in shower; the second bedroom is also alarge double with built-in wardrobes.

Located next to the hot press, the main bathroom has atiled floor, part-tiled walls, WC, wash-hand basin and bath with shower attachment. 

The property’s location is another outstanding feature.

St Anne’s Park, which has a plentiful number of GAA, rugby and soccer pitches, and tennis courts spread across its 240 acres, is within walking distance.

There is an excellent variety of shops, boutiques and restaurants in nearby Raheny village, which also has its own DART station; while the primary and the secondary schools in the area are highly regarded.

Other local attractions include the Coastal Cycle and Walkway, which leads to the fishing village of Howth in one direction and Dublin city centre in the other; the Wooden Bridge; and the wide-open spaces of Dollymount Strand and the Bull Island Nature Reserve.

St Anne’s Golf Club and the Royal Dublin Golf Club are both a short stroll away from the development. 

There is also easy access to Dublin city centre, the IFSC, Eastpoint Business Park, Dublin Airport and the M1 and M50 motorways. 

For more details or to arrange a viewing, please call Jim Gallagher at REA Grimes Clontarf on (01) 853 0630 or email