The premises of the former Plough pub on the junction of Marlborough Street and Lower Abbey Street have been put for sale by agents Lisney, with a guide price of €650,000.
The property comprises two interconnecting 4 storey over basement mixed use properties in need of refurbishment / redevelopment. 109 Marlborough Street is listed under the Record of Protected Structures, while 28 Lower Abbey Street is on a 500 year leasehold interest as of 20th June 1967.
The entire building comprises of 585 sq. m, which includes 121 sq. m. of ground floor space with frontage to both Marlborough Street and Lower Abbey Street.
The completion of the Luas Cross City has benefitted Abbey Street Lower and Marlborough Street
and neighbouring streets making the immediate area more accessible to pedestrians and commuters alike. The property is situated opposite The Abbey Theatre and in close proximity to the Clerys mixed use development and the new Moxy Hotel on Sackville Place.
The immediate area is easily accessed and well served by public transport with Connolly and Tara Street Dart / train stations both within walking distance, numerous Dublin bus routes serving the immediate area and a Luas station on Abbey Street Lower and Marlborough Street.
There is significant development opportunity for the premises, which is zoned Z5 & suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning.
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