Wednesday April 8, 2020

Trinity Street redbrick on the market for €675,000

Built to facilitate a stockbrokerage in 1896 by Frank Dillon, a great-uncle of the current vendors, this striking city-centre redbrick at 3 Trinity Street in Dublin 2 has recently come to the market with agent JLL.

1st March, 2015
Listed building: 3 Trinity Street in Dublin 2

The agent is seeking offers in excess of €675,000 for the mid-terrace, four-storey over-basement building, which extends to 200 square metres. It has retail accommodation at ground and basement levels with ancillary/office accommodation on the first, second and third floors.

The property should appeal to both private investors and owner-occupiers, according to Daniel Carty of JLL.

It has retained a number of original features including a vault at basement level, an impressive mahogany staircase and...

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