Railway station opportunities at Blackrock and Greystones
Two unusual buildings have just come on the market
Blackrock railway station
Two unusual commercial/retail opportunities in railway stations have just come on the market through Lisney.
Agent Emma Coffey says the railway station buildings at Greystones and Blackrock “could suit a variety of commercial uses but, due to their location adjacent to the Dart line and the seafront, interest is likely to come from those in the food and beverage sectors for a potential restaurant, coffee shop or bar”.
The properties are protected structures and any change of use will be subject to planning.
Greystones railway station was built circa 1855 and its ground floor, which extends to 208sq m (2,239sq ft), is available to let.
Many of its original features have been retained.
It is located on Church Road in the heart of Greystones village with nearby occupiers including Buoy Restaurant and The Burnaby public house.
A rent of around €50,000 is being sought.
Blackrock railway station, a two-storey building at Bath Place, overlooks Dublin Bay with clear sea views. It is in commercial use on the ground floor, which extends to 127sq m (1,367sq ft), with the first floor area of 79sq m (850sq ft) available for residential use. A rent of about €40,000 is suggested.
Interested parties must submit proposals by November 24th.