Dating back to circa 1796, 25 Mountjoy Square is a three-bay four storey over basement mid-terrace Georgian building extending to approximately 6,187 sq t. Built as one of three houses to the centre of terrace lining the east side of Mountjoy Square. This property benefits from a modern three storey annex building to the rear. The property is primarily accessed via a period door, and the rear annex is self contained and has a separate access. The entire of the property is in office use with the lower ground floor/basement accommodation fitted out primarily as canteens with adjacent kitchen and ancillary storage space. The remainder of the space at this level has the lower vaulted ceilings. The property has retained many of its original features including ornate cornicing, ceiling roses, fireplaces and decorative plasterwork. Recent refurbishment works have upgraded general specification to include CAT 5 cabling, CAT 2 lighting, gas fired central heating, perimeter and under floor trunking. The property also features an impressive stone cantilevered stairwell. The retention of timber sash windows throughout and of the stone and ironmongery detailing to the exterior contributes to the architectural heritage quality of the building. The own door annex extends to approximately 2,403 sq ft and comprises three floors of open plan office accommodation including concrete floors, perimeter trunking, suspended ceilings with recessed lighted. The rear yard accessed via a right of way of provides parking for up to 8 cars.Less
Located between the North Circular Road and O’Connell Street, 25 Mountjoy Square is one of Dublin’s most sought-after Georgian Squares located on the North-Side of the River Liffey. Situated in an extremely central location occupiers benefit from a host of amenities on their doorstep and are within walking distance of O’Connell Street, The Ilac Centre and Henry Street, one of Dublin’s prime retail locations with numerous iconic retail landmarks located throughout the street. Mountjoy Square is well served by public transport with numerous bus routes, Dublin Bike Stations and taxi ranks located on the Square and Luas, Dart & Rail and inter county bus routes located in close proximity.