DescriptionThe topography of the lands is relatively flat and slopes downward in a north to south direction. The Hospital intend to transfer the undeveloped lands of approx 5.41 ha (13.39 acres). This is made up of approx 3.703 ha (9.15 acres) undeveloped land to the west of the protected structure and approx 1.716 ha (4.24 acres) which comprises the protected structure and it’s immediate surroundings.
The site is generally bounded by residential developments, sports amenity, educational uses and it’s own medical/mental health services.
The lands are accessible via existing vehicular entrances off Richmond Road at a number of locations. Together they provide an overall approximate frontage of 103 metres to Richmond Road.
There are buildings on site which have been used to date by St Vincent’s Hospital. These include the main three storey red brick hospital building with various extensions, two single storey clinics to the rear and a number of additional associated buildings. The protected Structure is approximately 3,175 sq m or 34,176 sq ft and could be reconfigured into residential or other accommodation S.P.P.
FeaturesComprises historic buildings sitting on a large landholding ,The entire property, extends to approximately 8.66 ha (21.40 acres).,The development lands extends to approximately 5.419 ha (13.39 acres). ,A section of the main building is listed on the Record of Protected Structures.,The lands have multiple zoning objectives within Dublin City Development Plan,Access is provided via Richmond Road.
DirectionsSt Vincent’s Hospital is located along Richmond Road, on the North side of Dublin, approximately 3km from the city centre.
The site is located in between the mature residential neighbourhoods of Drumcondra, Marino and Fairview. Richmond Road extends from Drumcondra to Fairview. Griffith Avenue lies to the north, Gracepark Road to the west and Philipsburgh Avenue to the east. The property is located in a highly attractive and sought after north side suburb. The area is within walking distance of the City Centre and CBD, as well as being easily accessed by a number of high-quality transport routes.
The local area is generally characterised by mature residential developments with village centres dispersed throughout. The area also includes a large number of significant educational facilities including Dublin City University, St Patrick’s College, Marino Institute of Education and All Hallows campus. There is a good mix of suburban families and third level students.
There are a number of sports and recreational facilities nearby such as Clontarf Promenade, Clontarf baths, Fairview Park, Griffith Park, Na Fianna GAA Club and Home Farm FC. Nearby Croke Park provides a national sporting and concert venue.
The area is well served by a large number of Dublin Bus routes, the closest stop being the 123 on Fairview Strand approximately 500m from the property. Both Clontarf DART station and Drumcondra rail station are within an approximate 15 minute walk. On foot, O’Connell Bridge can be reached within approximately 35 minutes.