Hogan Estates are proud to present No 67 Lower Baggot Street to the property market. What an amazing opportunity for a lucky investor.
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No 67 is steeped in history and was home to Thomas Davis from 1830 until his death in 1845, the writer and the chief organiser of the Young Ireland movement.
There is a plaque on the exterior façade of the building commemorating Thomas Davis.
This Georgian house includes 410sqm of living space which is spread over three floors along with a basement and two annexes. The property has been used a residence to a successful artist over the last few years, which is unusual, in that most of the properties on Lower Baggot Street are converted to office space, restaurants and guesthouses.
Georgian is a style of architecture prevalent during the reigns of George I-IV from 1714-1830 and the reign of William IV from 1830-1837.
Original features include the entrance door with its period fanlight in place, sash windows, and high ceilings, along with other original features throughout.
This property could be used for a variety of purposes including a mix of commercial and residential.
Located a short distance from Grafton Street, Stephens Green, Merrion Square and within 10 minutes walk of Grand Canal Square. Transport links to the area are excellent with regular buses and just a few minutes walk to both the Green Line Luas and Pearce Street train station.
This area of Dublin has so much to offer, with high quality restaurants, pubs, museums, art galleries all within a few minutes walk.