Pair of enticing Dublin city centre properties come to market
The buildings on Amiens Street in D1 and Camden Street in D2 are guiding at €1.2 million and €700,000 respectively
Commercial agents at Kelly Walsh are handling the sale of two interesting city centre properties in Dublin which should interest investors.
The first is an investment property that the agency has been instructed to sell at Guild Court on Amiens Street in Dublin 1. Units 1 to 6 comprise five ground-floor retail units located opposite Connolly Station and the IFSC.
The accommodation extends to a net internal area of some 274 square metres. The units are fully occupied,...
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