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IrelandDublinDublin 1North City Centre3 Bethesda Place, North City Centre, Dublin 1

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3 Bethesda Place, North City Centre, Dublin 1

203m 2Energy RatingIndustrial Units Refreshed on Nov 7, 2019
Eircode: D01EY29
Quinn Agnew
Quinn Agnew
Tel: 01 662 3113
PSRA Licence No. 003454
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Description

The property comprises of a part 2 storey, part single storey detached industrial building of concrete structure with brick façade. Steel doors to the front of the property, provides vehicular access to the building. The ground floor is primarily open plan with 2 partitioned areas to the rear as well as a kitchenette and toilet. The first floor is mainly open plan with a kitchenette and bathroom. There is also a small lofted area. The main roof is a pitched roof with a slate finish while the rear roof is a mono pitch with metal deck finish. There is 3 phase power to the unit. Rateable Valuation: €9,320.00 Rates Liability for 2019: c. €2,432.52

Accommodation

The approximate gross external areas provided are as follows: Ground Floor: 131.1 sq. m. / 1,411 sq. ft. 1st Floor: 72.2 sq. m. / 777 sq. ft. Total: 203.3 sq. m. / 2,188 sq. ft. All intending purchasers are specifically advised to verify the floor areas and to take their own due diligence.

Features

- Established Industrial use. - Suitable for a variety of uses (SPP). - Steel doors to the front of the property allowing access. - 3 Phase Power. - Central city location.

BER Details

BER: G BER No.800149536 Energy Performance Indicator:787.87 kWh/m²/yr

Directions

The property is located on Bethesda Place, a cul de sac off Dorset Street and close to the junction with Granby Row, in the North City Centre. Situated c. 750m north of O’Connell Street, it is adjacent to both the Rotunda Hospital and the Mater Hospital. The property is to the rear of the new Maldron Hotel and opposite the new Dorset Point student accommodation. There is an abundance of public transport facilities in the area including the Luas Cross City line, numerous Dublin Bus Routes and Dublin bike stations.