Description29A Quay Street is an old stone building right down in the heart of the original fishing village part of Skerries just across the road from the north beach. There is a lapsed planning permission for a change of use to a 2 bed, two storey residential property with a balcony on the first floor. This has now been re-applied for. Apart from the adjoining beach and harbour the rest of downtown Skerries with all its attractions and amenities are within very easy walking distance. There is no garden with the property however it is right across the road from the beautiful north beach.
Skerries hosts a wide range of amenities including shops, restaurants, Skerries Mills and Heritage Centre and an array of sporting facilities. The train station is c. 15 minute walk from the property and the M1, M50 and Airport are all within a 15-25 minute drive.
AccommodationProposed accommodation of new dwelling comprises:
Ground Floor: 2 double bedrooms; 1 bathrooms; 1 en-suite; Utility room;
First Floor: Hallway; Bathroom; Living Room; Kitchen/Diner; Balcony
Proposed overall area c.107 sq.m.
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FeaturesSite/derelict stone building in old Skerries adjoining beach and close to town centre
Planning permission applied for change use to 2 bed residential unit with balcony on first floor
Stones throw from north beach and strolling distance of harbour and host of amenities in town centre
Lapsed planning for 2 bed dwelling of c.107 sq.m.
Reapplied for February Jan 2021
There should be sea views from the proposed first floor level