€40,000 / month
The property comprises a two storey railway station building. This attractive building is accessed from Bath Place. The first floor which has independent access from a small gated courtyard was previously in residential use. The ground and first floor could suit a variety of uses including restaurant / café use (subject to planning). Full vacant possession will be available on grant of planning permission.
The property is listed as a protected structure under Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Development Plan 2016-2022.
Available to let on a 25 year lease agreement subject to five yearly rent reviews.
Interested parties will be invited to submit proposals by Friday 24th November 2017 at 1pm. The selected party will seek planning permission for the relevant change of use.
Blackrock Railway Station is superbly located on Bath Place with views overlooking Dublin Bay & Howth. Situated only a 2 minute walk from the bustling village of Blackrock, the station building is easily accessible. The DART line running from Howth to Bray, a Dublin Bus termini and ample surface car parking are all situated adjacent. The property would not only suit a restaurant or coffee shop (subject to planning) but a variety of commercial uses. The first floor was previously in residential use.
Blackrock is a busy, well established and affluent south Dublin suburb with a catchment of approximately 630,000 people living within a 20 minute drive. Located approximately 6.6km from Dublin city centre neighbouring suburbs include Mount Merrion, Stillorgan, Booterstown, ...