€450,000 - Asking Price|176 sqm approx
The said property presently comprises a well appointed two storey Georgian three bay mid terrace town house in need of complete refurbishment. Extending to approx. 180 sq.m and laid out in four principal ground floor rooms and three principal first floor rooms plus bathroom. Many of the original features remain intact internally including: sliding sash windows, fireplaces, joinery, ornate plaster work, flooring and a graceful beautifully hand carved staircase. The house which is one of the first houses constructed in Maynooth town was built during the earliest phase of construction of the planned Main Street of Maynooth and it appears in Rocque’s 1757 ‘Survey of the town and lands of Maynooth’. The property has to date been used as a private residence and includes a small enclosed rear courtyard. Overall site area 165 sq.m. Full planning permission is in place for conversion from residential use of the entire to office use. Alternatively, the property could be refurbished back to its former glory and would provide a wonderful well proportioned period townhouse.
The subject property occupies a prime high profile position on the northern side of Maynooth’s Main Street. Neighbouring occupiers include: NCS Auto Parts, Maynooth Bookshop, The Avenue and Picadero’s Restaurants, Maynooth Jewellers and the Credit Union. Maynooth is Ireland’s only university town, with a population of approx. 16,000 persons as per the 2016 Census. The town has experienced tremendous growth in recent years both in terms of residential and commercial development. It is now recognised as the premier residential location in North Kildare / West Dublin. There is a very limited supply of commercial properties in the town centre and there is always strong demand for premises on the Main Street. Both the Carton Park and Manor Mills Shopping complexes bring thousands of shoppers to the town on a weekly basis. Maynooth has also become the culinary capital of North Kildare with many high class eateries in the town enjoying flourishing trade. The town is located c.14 miles west of Dublin city centre just off the M4 motorway (Exit 7) and boasts a frequent commuter rail service to and from Dublin city centre and is well served by Dublin Bus. Maynooth University continues to prosper with currently in excess of 11,000 students, providing the town with a truly unique sense of vibrancy and identity.