‘Beech Park House’ Stillorgan, with a floor area of c 1,120 sq. ms / 12,055 sq. ft. and on a site area of 0.28 ha / 0.7 acre, has been brought to the market by Bannon. With access from the Stillorgan Road /N11 and situated between the St. John of God grounds and Galloping Green the property, until recently, was a convent for the Daughters of the Cross – who are remaining in the locality.
The area has benefitted from a number of recent up-market developments including Brian Cullen’s ‘Beechwood Court’ and Glenkerrin Homes’ ‘The Grange’.
The villa-style property has accommodation arranged over 3 floors and, according to Liam Stones, would be suitable for a wide variety of uses such as a health, education or community centre, a creche / nursery, retirement home, recreational building or sports club or, perhaps, a distinctive and well-located corporate headquarters. There is excellent on-site parking and good transport links with a QBC on Stillorgan Road, the Luas in Stillorgan and the M50 accessed from Brewery Road.
Bannon are giving a guide price of €4m with a Tender date of June 11th
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