Superbly located on North Great Georges Street, Dublin 1, the last of the intact Georgian Streets on the north side of the city imbued with history. Centrally situated within walking distance of all Dublin's key tourist attractions and in an area set to become Dublin's new "Cultural Quarter". Renowned tourist destinations are within walking distance including the GPO, Dublin's Spire. Trinity College, The Garden of Remembrance, Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral and Temple Bar. Many of Dublin's Entertainment venues are also closeby including The Abbey Theatre, The Convention Centre (CCD), 3 Arena, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Aviva Stadium and Croke Park Stadium and Museum. The Property is a 5 minute walk to Henry Street, Dublin's principle shopping district on the north side of the Liffey.


• Comprising 3 part interconnecting, mid terrace, 4 storey over basement buildings.
• The property extends to a Gross Internal Area of circa. 3,441 sq. m.
• Part in use as established, profitable hostel and part vacant.
• 4 covered car parking spaces.

A bespoke data room containing legal documents and further
information is available at: www.41-43NorthGreatGeorgesStreet.com



The property also benefits from a 3 bedroom apartment on the top floor of number 43. Extending to a Gross Internal Area of circa. 3,441 sq.m.(37,039 sq.ft.) and is in exceptional condition throughout, having been extensively refurbished, restored and maintained. It retains many original features including marble fireplaces, ornate plasterwork and sliding side sash windows. To the rear is a courtyard and landscaped
breakout area with 4 covered car parking spaces.


The property extends to a Gross Internal Area of circa. 3,440 sq.m.
(circa. 37,000 sq.ft.) providing 160 beds with expansion potential.



Town Planning

Under the Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022 the properties are zoned
Z8-“To protect the existing architectural and civic design character, and to
allow only for limited expansion consistent with the conservation objective”
The properties are protected structures.