41 Victoria Quay, Dublin 8

For Sale €350,000


The property is located on the southern side of Victoria Quay on the corner of Watling Street and Victoria Quay in Dublin 8. Watling Street connects Victoria Quay with Thomas Street at its western end. The site is boarded by the grounds of the
Guinness Brewery at its western side. The site overlooks the River Liffey with views over to the National Museum of Ireland. The area is well served by public transport with the red LUAS line serving Heuston Station less than a 500 metres west of the
subject site. There are numerous public and private bus routes in the immediate area providing regular services to and from the city centre.

The asset comprises a three storey semidetached mixed use property extending to 124.06 sq.m. (1,335 sq.ft.) with the ground floor fitted out as a take away. The upper floors provide a one bedroom apartment on each with private balcony. The entire is being
sold with the benefit of Vacant Possession.

For more information and inspection, please contact Bryan Molloy at Kelly Walsh Property Advisors & Agents on 01 6645500 or email: bryan@kellywalsh.ie Strictly by appointment with sole selling agent.


  • For Sale €350,000
  • Area is 124.06 m²


Highlight 1
Excellent profile on Victoria Quay overlooking the River Liffey.

Highlight 2
Ground floor fitted out as take away with first and second floor in residential use.


- Victoria Square, Dublin 8

Senior Surveyor PSP Licence No: 002885-002887

Bryan joined Kelly Walsh as a Senior Surveyor in 2014. He is a qualified Chartered Surveyor and Registered Valuer.

He has over twelve years’ experience in the Irish Property Industry specialising in General Agency and Property Management. During his career to date Bryan has held positions in the Private Residential Tenancy Board, Wyse Property Management and McNally Handy.

Bryan has extensive experience in valuing all asset classes.

Bryan holds a Bachelor of Science in Auctioneering, Valuations and Estate Agency and a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Property Studies, both from Bolton Street. He is a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.