This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a prime residential development opportunity, which is currently in use as a builders yard with coach house, along with two Victorian properties currently laid out in units, all in a highly regarded and sought after location.
The site to the rear is appox. 0.29 acres with a coach house situated on it. Planning permission was granted on the 31st July 2008 (ref: D07a/0557) for the demolition of the existing builders storehouse and the construction of 3 no. two bed terraces houses extending between 120sq.m – 131sq.m. (1,292sq.ft. – 1,411sq.ft.) on approx. 0.29 acres. Planning permission has since expired but sets a precedent for a similar or higher density scheme to be granted. The garden to the southern side of 21 Vesey Place has potential for residential development subject to planning permission. The lapsed planning also allowed for additional access onto the site from York Road. The location is Zoned Objective A under the DLRCC Dev plan (to protect and or improve residential amenity). The existing coach house with further vehicle access onto Vesey Mews. It comprises: kitchen, living, three bedrooms and a bathroom and extends to 87sq.m. / 936sq.ft. approx.
In addition, there are two Victorian properties at 20/21 Vesey Place which are currently laid out in units. No 20 extends to approx. 353sq.m. / 3800sq.ft. and is laid out in 5 units with a 37ft x 24ft south east facing garden to the rear. No 21 extends to approx. 430sq.m / 4,628sq.ft. and is laid out in four units with a 31ft (approx.) south east facing garden to the rear and a substantial side garden (47ft x 123ft approx. at it longest and widest points) with off street parking. These properties are protected buildings and require modernization.
The location needs little introduction. A wealth of amenities, both social and essential, lie within a short walk. There is ease of access to the beach at Seapoint, for summer swims in the sea, and to walks along the seafront and the East and West piers. Monkstown Crescent offers an excellent choice of specialty food shops, as well as fashionable clothes and interiors shops, bars and restaurants, including Avoca, Café du Journal and Cinnamon. Dun Laoghaire, meanwhile, has supermarkets, banks, and a multi-screen cinema, plus four sailing clubs. There are two tennis clubs within a few minutes' walk of the properties. The locality is afforded great ease of access to the city centre, with excellent bus routes in the vicinity along with the DART, not to forget the Aircoach direct to Dublin Airport.