Parnell Square Georgian seeking €1.6m

Published Date: 06/03/2024



Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Ronald Quinlan


Agent Finnegan Menton is guiding a price of €1.6 million for number 43 Parnell Square in Dublin city centre.

Located on the west side of the square and directly opposite the entrance to the Garden of Remembrance and the Rotunda Hospital, the property, which has been in office use, is being offered for sale with the benefit of both vacant possession and with freehold title.

Number 43 Parnell Square comprises a four-storey, over-basement Georgian building extending to a net internal floor area of 382.2sq.m. (4,115sq.ft.).  The property was refurbished in 2010 to include a new roof and is in excellent condition throughout, according to the selling agent.

The building comprises large rooms with a floor-to-ceiling glazed entrance leading to a hallway and reception area.  It retains numerous original period features with high ceilings, cornicing, sash windows, ornate fireplaces and ceiling roses throughout.  There is a private enclosed courtyard to the rear of the building.

While the property is ready for use as an office its zoning of Z8 - Georgian Conservation Area offers the potential for conversation to residential, hotel or medical-related use subject to planning permission.

Further details on the sale are available from Mark McCormack and Nicholas Corson of Finnegan Menton.