Infill residential site in docklands on market for €2.5m

Site could accommodate either 14 townhouses or a duplex development of 22 units

An infill residential site in the heart of Dublin’s south docklands is on the market for 2.5 million through Knight Frank.

An infill residential site in the heart of Dublin’s south docklands is on the market for 2.5 million through Knight Frank.

 

An infill residential site in the heart of Dublin’s south docklands is on the market for €2.5 million through Knight Frank.

The site, which includes a warehouse and showroom building, extends to 0.47 acres and has two vehicular access points onto South Dock Street and frontage on Hastings Street to the north.

This sought-after part of Dublin 4 is typified by two-up two-down terraced townhouses and single-storey cottages. But it is a stone’s throw from the so-called Silicon Docks area which hosts firms such as Google, Accenture, Facebook, AirBnb and Mason Hayes & Curran.

There is also a considerable amount of development going on nearby at the former Bolands Mills site, Capital Dock (where the Dodder meets the Liffey) and at various locations around Grand Canal Dock.

In addition, there is good public transport links nearby given the number of Dublin Bus routes which pass close to the site and that the Dart at Grand Canal Plaza is about 500 metres away.

The site is zoned for residential purposes under the Dublin City Council Development Plan2016-22 and Davey Smith Architects suggests it could accommodate either a high-end scheme of 14 townhouses or a duplex/apartment/townhouse development of 22 units - both with surface car-parking.

Notable amenities nearby include South Dock Street Park, Shelbourne Park greyhound track, Aviva Stadium and Bord Gáis Theatre.