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IrelandDublinDublin CountyMalahideTír na nÓg Church Road, Malahide, Malahide,Co. Dublin, K36FN025

€5,500,000

Tír na nÓg Church Road, Malahide, Malahide,Co. Dublin, K36FN025

5 beds 16000m 2Energy RatingDevelopment Land
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Tel: 01 662 4511
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Description

The property comprises 0.65Ha (1.6 Acres) of land with a Victorian Residence on Church Road, Malahide, Co. Dublin. The grounds of Tir na nOg are laid out in lawn, shrubs and trees and offer superb development potential for a quality upmarket residential scheme such as luxury residential houses and high quality apartments, taking advantage of the sought after high value residential nature of the location.  The house comprises a double-fronted detached Victorian residence on the Record of Protected Structures of 300 sq.m. (3,232 sq.ft.) with 3 reception rooms, a large living room/kitchen, attractive hallway, 5 bedrooms, additional rear staircase and a large attic.  It is well maintained and has many period features.   Planning  The property is zoned objective RS - “To Provide for residential development and protect and improve residential amenity" under the Fingal Development Plan 2017-2023 and offers superb residential development potential for houses and apartments (subject to planning permission).  In 2004 a planning application to build 52 residential units (38 apartments and 14 number townhouses) was refused by Fingal County Council (Ref. F03A1473) and An Bord Pleanala (06F.206075). Since that time the residential development guidelines have changed and intending bidders are advised to consult with their architect. Title  Freehold.  Tir na nOg is listed on the Record of Protected Structures.  

Features

Zoned Residential and suited to a high quality upmarket residential scheme in this superb sought after location (Subject to planning permission). Includes a 5 bed, 3 reception detached well maintained Victorian residence “Tir na nOg" of 300 sq.m. (3,232 sq.ft.) with intact period features. Prime location in one of the most fashionable addresses in Malahide, only 250m to Malahide DART Station, the village centre (The Diamond), close to Malahide Marina and the coast. Malahide has an abundance of shops, boutiques, restaurants, and sporting facilities and excellent beaches. Entrance from Church Road with long drive to house and also excellent 52 metre frontage and pedestrian access to St Margaret's Road. Title: Freehold. The house is listed on the Record of Protected Structures. The property will appeal to a wide range of buyers including developers, builders, investors and owner occupiers.

BER Details

BER: Exempt

Location

Malahide is one of the most fashionable areas in which to live on the north side of Dublin beside the coast and beach.  The Village itself has excellent local shopping and restaurant facilities as well as a large and attractive Marina development and an abundance of shops, boutiques, coffee shops, award winning restaurants and bars.  Church Road is one of the most valuable addresses in the village being within 250m of The Diamond and a short walk to all the amenities that the village has to offer. There are also numerous sporting facilities in the immediate locality including Malahide Yacht Club, Malahide Tennis Club, the Marina, golf courses, GAA, horse riding, tennis and cricket. The property is a 5 minute walk (250m) to Malahide DART and near to all major transport routes including the M50, M1, Dublin Port Tunnel and Dublin Airport. There is a wide range of bus routes offered from Church Road including to University College Dublin.   The property is located on the west side of Church Road, Malahide, in North County Dublin. It has access via electric gates from  Church Road and pedestrian access to St Margaret's Road.  It is bounded by St. Andrew's Church and various houses on St. Andrew's Grove, St. Margaret's Road and Church Road. Of particular attraction is the 52m of road frontage onto St. Margaret's Road which could be used for both access and development (subject to planning permission).

Negotiator Details

Martin O'Halloran