Thursday 25 May 2017

Investment on Dublin's northside with a guide price of just under a million

Knight Frank is asking for €950,000 for 8-9 Marino Mart
Knight Frank is asking for €950,000 for 8-9 Marino Mart
Peter Flanagan

Peter Flanagan

Knight Frank is seeking in excess of €950,000 for a part-let commercial investment property of 456 sq m at Fairview in Dublin.

The property at eight and nine Marino Mart is offered with vacant possession.

The location provides for a high profile position within a long established commercial parade along one of the main arterial routes into Dublin City Centre. The principal use in the vicinity at ground floor level is retail, bars and restaurants and there is a strong residential catchment in the immediate area.

Insurance broker owners Lennon Earley Crotty are selling the property due to relocation to a larger premises.

The ground floor retail accommodation, which is to be offered with vacant possession, extends to 239 sq m (2,573 sq ft) NIA and has a retail/public office floor plate along with a further rear mezzanine of 21 sq m. providing additional ancillary staff accommodation. The ground floor has suspended ceilings, recessed lighting, cassette air conditioning, solid carpeted floors and a feature stained glass ceiling light well affording it plenty of natural light.

The first and second floor offices to the front of the building are self-contained and are accessed via a separate entrance fronting Marino Mart. The floors, extending in total to 196 sq m, are laid out in individual private offices together with a tea station and toilet facilities.

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