Investors looking to secure a foothold at the heart of Dublin’s traditional central business district may be interested in the opportunity presented by the sale of two adjoining Georgian offices at 46 and 47 Merrion Square and their associated mews buildings at Stephen’s Place.
Extending to a total area of 1,555sq m (16,745sq ft), the investment is being offered to the market in one or more lots by agent Colliers International at a guide price of €10.5 million.
Numbers 46 and 47 comprise two adjoining, four-storey over basement Georgian buildings, measuring 526sq m (5,667sq ft) and 588sq m (6,330sq ft) respectively. Considerably larger than average Georgian buildings, which typically extend to 390sq m (4,200sq ft), the subject properties have generously-proportioned rooms, spacious common areas and striking entrance hallways. Both buildings also retain many original period features with attractive cornicing, sash windows and shutters, ornate fireplaces and ceiling roses throughout.
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