Funky industrial space in D6
William Harvey & Co has been instructed to sell a self-contained ground floor industrial space in a listed 1860s building within the Greenmount Industrial Estate in Harold’s Cross in Dublin 6. The ground floor property extends to 308 square metres and is open plan with feature columns.
Loading access is provided via old-style steel loading doors. The space is painted throughout and has a sealed concrete floor.
It has 3.5-metre-high ceilings and was used as...
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