CBRE offering prime Shrewsbury Road site to the market guiding €10m (GB)

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CBRE has been instructed to offer a unique and prestigious 0.5 hectares residential development opportunity on the prolific Shrewsbury Road, Dublin 4 to the open market by way of Private Treaty.  


The Former Chester Beatty Library Site, nestled in the affluent residential suburb of Shrewsbury Road, benefits from Full Planning Permission for the development of 7 large family homes. The lands, irregular in shape providing vehicular access from Shrewsbury Road, accommodate a derelict residential property and ancillary lands.


The property benefits from a 5 year grant of planning permission as of 19 March 2014 for the development of 7 large bespoke houses extending from 314 m² to 514 m². This unique development also provides secure and private underground car parking facilities for its residents. This exclusive scheme has been designed in two blocks consisting of large bespoke 3 & 4 bed residential units.


The proposed scheme has been designed by award winning architects McCrossan O’Rourke Manning Architects who have a vast experience in the design of such quality infill development opportunities. 


Located within Dublin City Development Plan 2016 – 2022 the lands are zoned objective Z2 – ‘to protect and/or improve the amenities of residential conservation areas’.


This rare opportunity nestled in the affluent residential suburb of Mount Merrion neighbours the internationally recognised RDS Simmonscourt. Located on Dublin city centres doorstep (4km), this Shrewsbury Road development opportunity presupposes a lifestyle of comfort and elegance by providing an array of amenities including the Aviva Stadium, the RDS, Herbert Park, the Intercontinental and Hilton Hotels which all contribute to the exclusivity of the address. Ballsbridge and the surrounding area has developed into a sporting mecca and has substantial sporting history.


The Royal Dublin Society (RDS) was developed in 1879 and has become a major venue for concerts, exhibitions, conferences and sporting events of all sizes and is also home to Leinster rugby. Its Main Arena hosts many equestrian events including the Dublin Horse Show.


Nowhere else in Dublin will you find a bigger concentration of sporting clubs and facilities including cricket, tennis, hockey, rugby, soccer, bowling etc. The state-of-the- art Aviva Stadium, which holds 51,700 is also located in the area, which is home to the national rugby and soccer teams.


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