Knight Frank bring Mount Street office to the market

10 April 2014

Knight Frank is delighted to bring No. 63 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2 to the market for sale by Private Treaty.

No. 63 Lower Mount Street is a four storey over basement Georgian building extending to 335.41 sq.m (3,610.35 sq.ft). The property is in office use throughout with the exception of the third floor which is in residential use.  The building is currently let in part only on short term tenancies until June 2014.  A purchaser will have the benefit of vacant possession of the entire thereafter or possibly if they so wish negotiate new terms with existing occupiers.

No. 63 Lower Mount Street is located between Holles Street and Grattan Street just off the East side of Merrion Square. The area comprises one of Dublin's most prestigious and well established locations. Prominent occupiers within the vicinity include Government Buildings, National Art Gallery, Trinity College and the Museum of History.

The locality also offers a number of international hotels with the Merrion Hotel, Shelbourne Hotel, Davenport Hotel and Mont Clare Hotel all located nearby as well as magnificent parks at St. Stephen’s Green, Fitzwilliam Square and Merrion Square.

Public transport is well catered for with numerous bus routes operating to and from Merrion Square and a Dublin Bikes docking station located on the west end of the square. The DART can be taken at Pearse Street or Grand Canal Dock stations which are both a short walk away.

The property enjoys a commanding position on Lower Mount Street located just metres from the National Maternity Hospital, a landmark building within the city.  This opportunity is likely to appeal to wide variety of owner occupiers and or investors seeking property in a much sought after location. 

The building is available for sale by Private Treaty with the benefit of vacant possession June 2014.   Selling agents Knight Frank are guiding a price of €940,000 exclusive.


For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact Tom Fahy or Paul Hanly at +353 1 6342466 or email: or