A corner shop with character in charming Chapelizod
Kelly’s newsagents, a good-looking redbrick premises that includes a house with five double bedrooms, is on the market for €845,000
Investors on the look-out for a mixed-use investment opportunity with retail and residential income potential in one of Dublin city’s oldest and, simultaneously, most up-and-coming villages might consider acquiring Kelly’s Newsagents in Chapelizod in Dublin 20.
The handsome redbrick corner building is on the market with Sherry FitzGerald Lucan guiding €845,000.
The property incorporates a long-established corner shop and a house with five double bedrooms, an enclosed yard and the potential for...
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