9 Harcourt Street is situated at the St Stephens Green end of Harcourt Street and close to the entrance of Iveagh Gardens.
Following the completion of the LUAS line, Harcourt Street is now regarded as one of the finest thoroughfares in Dublin 2 and is a 2 minute walk from Grafton Street with all its retail and social amenities.
Harcourt Street is also a prime business location with every possible amenity for staff and clients located nearby.
• 4 storey over basement Georgian Office
• Benefitting from recent refurbishment
• Prime Central Business District location
9 Harcourt Street which has been tastefully refurbished throughout benefits from a new high quality fit out unparallel to any Georgian Building in Dublin.
The property comprises 5 storeys of high quality Georgian office accommodation, which incorporates a mix of large reception tooms that can accommodate open plan configurations, together with smaller rooms, ideal for cellular offices.
In addition, the accommodation comes with the benefit of CAT 5 computer cabling throughout.
There are ample kitchenette and toilet facilities in the building together with a dedicated canteen area on the first floor return. Shower facilities which have been finished to the highest standard are also provided throughout the building.
The specification of the property can be summarised as follows:
• Solid flooring with perimeter and under floor trunking wired for power
• Full CAT 5 data cabling throughout
• High quality carpets throughout
• High intelligent lighting system
• Shower facilities
• Kitchenette facilities with a dedicated canteen/ break out area on 1st floor return
• Gas fired central heating system with underfloor heating on lower ground floor
• Walls replastered and repainted
• Fire and intruder alarm
• Stucco work fully restored throughout the building
No. 9 Harcourt Street was developed by Michael Stapleton in 1785. Stapleton was Ireland’s most skilled stuccodor at the time working in the neo-Classical or Adam Style that came into fashion during the last decades of the 18th Century.
One of the earliest recorded houses erected by Stapleton, No. 9 Harcourt Street is also the last extant example of his speculative building career.
Described as ‘lately built’, the house was erected on a site lease to Stapleton by the property developer Gustavus Hume.
This typical 18th Century House was constructed of brick, three bays wide and rising 4 storeys over basement. The exterior was devoid of the ornament other than the Ionic doorcase with fluted entablature. Internally, the plan conforms to the standard two room type and is richly decorated throughout, including five ornamental ceilings to the entrance hall, stair hall, ground floor dining room and the two first floor reception rooms.
Lower Ground Floor: 68 sq.m (732 sq,ft)
Ground Floor: 90 sq.m (969 sq.ft)
First Floor: 120 sq.m (1,292 sq.ft)
Second Floor: 93 sq.m (1,001 sq.ft)
Third Floor: 85 sq.m (915 sq,ft)
Total Area: 456 sq.m (4,909 sq.ft)
The property is available by way of a new lease.