Mixed-use Clontarf infill site for €4m
Ready-to-go site has planning permission for 19 residential units and a retail unit
The 0.82-acre site at 59-60 Clontarf Road is 4km from Dublin city centre with a fine mix of amenities nearby.
An interesting ready-to-go mixed-use infill site in Clontarf is on the market for €4 million through DTZ Sherry FitzGerald.
The seafront site at 59-60 Clontarf Road – right in the heart of Clontarf village – extends to 0.82 of an acre and has full planning permission for 19 residential units and a retail unit.
There is 26 metres of frontage to Clontarf Road while the site has also been cleared for development.
Under the Dublin City Development Plan 2011–2017 the property is zoned Objective Z1 to “protect, provide and improve residential amenities”. The primary use permitted under this land use zoning objective is residential, while a number of commercial uses are open for consideration.
Planning permission was granted by An Bord Pleanála in August 2011 for the construction of one ground floor retail unit and 19 residential units to comprise a mix of four one-bed apartments and 15 terrace houses.
Clontarf is one of Dublin’s most desirable suburbs because of its proximity to the coast and the city centre while also offering a fine mix of schools, shops, social and sporting amenities.
The city centre is 4km from 59-60 Clontarf Road. Nearby transport links include the Port Tunnel, M1 and the M50 while the Dart at Clontarf Road is 600m to the east. A number of Dublin Bus routes service Clontarf Road.