No. 41 is located on the west side of Leeson Street Lower, directly across from the Starbucks Café and close to Leeson Street Bridge. The property is located within Dublin’s traditional central business district (CBD) benefitting from one of the most prestigious addresses in Dublin 2.
Professional practices in the immediate vicinity include Aviva, Dropbox, Pepper Group, Barclays Bank, Deloitte, Eversheds, Linkedin, Hudson, William Fry, Bank of Ireland and Mitsubishi Fund Services.
There is an abundance of city centre amenities nearby including hotels, shops, restaurants and pubs. The area is well serviced by public transport including the DART, Green LUAS Line, Dublin Bike and Dublin Bus Services which offer frequent routes to and from the City Centre.
No. 41 is four-storey over lower ground floor two-bay building with typical Georgian features including sliding sash and Wyatt windows, granite cills and cast iron balconies. The building has been comprehensively restored to the highest of specification by skilled craftsmen such as Sheridan Conservation and The Old Mould Company. The property includes a private landscaped garden to the rear.
This Imposing HQ Georgian Office Building extends to approximately 427.4 Sq.m. (4,600 sq. ft). Internally, the office accommodation is bright and spacious throughout and benefits from CAT V cabling, gas central heating and a fire alarm & emergency lighting system. New natural slate roofing has been fitted, original windows, stone floors and steps, plasterwork and joinery has been retained, repaired, cleaned and replaced as needed.
External brickwork was rebuilt, cleaned and pointed in lime mortar. Decorative stone and cast iron elements were restored by specialists Nolan Conservation and Bushy Park ironworks. The result is a stunningly restored office building in an excellent location adjacent to St. Stephen's Green.
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