Description• City Centre Residential/Office Conversion
• Comprising four storey over basement Georgian property (Basement not included in sale)
• Total area extending to approximately 387 Sq.m (4,169 Sq.ft)
• Vacant Possession
The subject property is situated in Dublin’s North inner city on North Great George’s Street. The surrounding area and streets form part of a Georgian Conservation Area.
North Great George’s Street is one of Ireland’s most historical Georgian Streets. Many of the buildings on North Great George’s Street have been renovated over recent years.
The subject property is situated in a central location of Dublin`s north inner city within easy walking distance of the city centre. Located on the western side of the Street and close to the intersection with Parnell Street. O`Connell Street is situated approximately 400m to the south.
Amenities in the surrounding area include the Rotunda Hospital, Temple Street Children`s Hospital, The Kings Inn, The Gate Theatre and Belvedere College. The location benefits from excellent public transport to include the DART, mainline and Arrow commuter services at Connolly Station and the Red Line Luas together with a number of Dublin Bus Services. On-street car parking is available.
The subject property comprises a four storey over basement Georgian property (basement not included in sale).Externally the property has a red brick finish with single glazed sliding sash windows.
Internally the property retains many period features. The ground floor of the property was most recently in use as a café. The café leads into the hallway which provides access into a small walled garden to the rear. Customer toilets are also at the rear of the property.
The first, second and third floors of the property are in use as residential. Access to the first floor is through the café via the main stairs. The upper levels are laid out to provide kitchen, living accommodation, storage and bedrooms. The property requires substantial refurbishment throughout.
The property is a protected structure as per the Dublin City Protected Structures List Ref No 319