Infill residential site on Goatstown Road new to market at €6.5 million

Dublin 14 site extends to 0.84 acres and could accommodate 75 apartments

The site is located in a mature residential setting beside the five-storey Trimbleston apartment scheme and a terrace of neighbourhood shops.

The site is located in a mature residential setting beside the five-storey Trimbleston apartment scheme and a terrace of neighbourhood shops.

 

An infill residential site on Goatstown Road in Dublin 14 is fresh to the market this week at more than €6.5 million through agent Knight Frank.

It extends to 0.84 acres, has 90m of road frontage and could – subject to planning permission – accommodate a three- to five-storey scheme of 75 apartments over a basement car park, according to a feasibility study prepared by architects O’Mahony Pike.

The property is occupied by a Charles Hurst Premium used-car sales showroom but is being sold with vacant possession as the business is relocating to the Kingswood interchange on the Naas Road.

It is located in a mature residential setting beside the five-storey Trimbleston apartment scheme and a terrace of neighbourhood shops.

UCD and Dundrum Town Centre are close by, while the Luas is a 15-minute walk away.

Most of the site is given over to parking with the rest occupied by the showrooms and a garage workshop.

Given the strength of private rental sector and student accommodation market, it would be no surprise if the site was snapped up for development with these in mind.