Period artisan cottage in the heart of Grand Canal Docklands with FULL PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED IN 2016 for full refurbishment and a 2 storey extension to the rear (Entire approx. 85m2). The FPP is for a large open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with a utility and a downstairs bathroom.  Upstairs will have two double bedrooms and a bathroom.
  • Superb READY-TO-GO refurbishment opportunity
  • Potential for second floor with two double bedrooms
  • Close to playground
  • 3 mins. walk to DART (Grand Canal Dock)
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Dublin’s “Silicon docks” proudly host employment giants including Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Airbnb. There are a wide array of pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants nearby to cater to these workers.
The planned Boland’s Mills redevelopment will transform the local area and provide further employment.
Number 14 is in very poor condition. It is likely to appeal to a buyer willing to take on a refurbishment project to develop the small home of their dreams or a builder seeking a sound investment in a hard to beat location. The original house features a living room and two bedrooms. The bathroom and kitchen/dining room are in a flat-roof extension to the rear, beside a small back yard.
With a roof ridge height of almost 5m there is potential to add a second floor attic room with dormer window, like they have done next door (spp).
Just down the street South Dock Street Park boasts a well-equipped playground and an all-weather soccer pitch/basketball court.

BUILT: c. 1900

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity.

South Dock Street is in a central location convenient to the Bord Gais Theatre, The Marker Hotel, Waterways Visitor Centre, Windmill Lane and, across the river, the Dublin Convention Centre and the 3 Arena. For the more active there are a range of sporting options nearby including water sports at Surf-dock, Irishtown Stadium (home of Crusaders Athetics Club), Ringsend Park (home of Cambridge Soccer Club) and the popular Sportsco Leisure Centre and Metro Golf. Nearby Sandymount Strand is a great place to stretch the legs. For spectators it is a short walk to both Shelbourne Park and the Aviva Stadium.
The centre of Dublin, featuring landmarks like the IFSC, Trinity College, Merrion Square and St. Stephen’s Green, is easily accessible.


ENTRANCE HALL: APPROX. 1.15M X 1.00M / 3FT 9″ X 3FT 3″
Fuse panel.

LIVING ROOM: APPROX. 5.21M X 3.26M / 17FT 1″ X 10FT 8″
Brick fireplace with tiled hearth. Concrete floor. Window to front.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: APPROX. 4.34M X 3.15M / 14FT 3″ X 10FT 4″
Door and window to back yard. Kitchen sink. Lino covered concrete floor.

BATHROOM: APPROX. 1.90M X 1.66M / 6FT 3” X 5FT 5”
Bathtub. WHB. WC. Lino covered concrete floor. Double doors to large hot press.

BEDROOM 1: APPROX. 2.90M X 2.54M / 9FT 6″ X 8FT 4″
Window to back yard. Wardrobe. Carpet. Suspended wood floor.

BEDROOM 2: APPROX. 3.27M X 2.07M / 10FT 9″ X 6FT 9″
Window to front. Suspended wood floor.

Concreted back yard with high wall to rear.

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