Please note that both properties are being offered for sale together as a single lot only.
No. 72 Vernon Avenue is a semi-detached period house, which is in a derelict state of repair. The house extends to approximately 213 sq.m, while the site area extends to approximately 652 sq.m.
No. 74 Vernon Avenue is a semi-detached period house, which is in good decorative order throughout. The house extends to approximately 200 sq.m.
The property is located on the highly sought-after Vernon Avenue approximately 100 metres south of Seafield Road West and 450 metres north of Clontarf Road. Nolans of Clontarf, a local supermarket, is located approximately 120 metres to the south, while a small parade of shops is located 110 metres to the north.
Killester DART Station is located approx. 1.25 km to the northwest, access to the N1/M1 Motorway is approx. 4km to the northwest, and Dublin City Centre is located approx. 5 km to the southwest.
Under the Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022 the subject property is zoned Z1 i.e. to protect, provide and improve residential amenities.
We understand that all main services are available to the site. All interested parties are required to satisfy themselves on the availability and adequacy of all services.
No. 72 Vernon Avenue has full planning permission (Reg. Ref. 2029/17) for the Demolition of existing no. 72 Vernon Avenue, a two-storey over basement house and construction of 2 new two-storey four-bedroom dwellings to the side of existing house, provision of off-street car parking and driveway to front of new dwellings and all associated site works and boundary walls to No. 72 Vernon Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3.
No. 74 Vernon Avenue has a lapsed planning permission (Reg. Ref. 1249/07) for the construction of a detached four-bedroom house.