Warrington House, Dublin 2



Self-contained part 3rd floor offices to let extending to 205 sq. m. (2,207 sq. ft.) in Warrington House, Dublin 2.


Warrington House is located beside the Pepper Canister Church on Mount Street Crescent positioned between the eastern end of Mount Street Upper and Warrington Place on the Grand Canal, Dublin 2. The LUAS is accessible at St. Stephens Green approximately 1.5 kilometres west of the subject premises. The closest DART station is at Grand Canal Dock approximately 0.6 kilometres north of Warrington House. There are a number of bus companies providing regular services to and from the city centre and surrounding areas. Nearby occupiers include Google,  Bord Gais Energy and Cairn Homes.


These well-presented modern offices are in turn key condition and available to occupy immediately. The floor space is laid out with 4 small cellular offices with two larger offices to the rear. There is also an open plan office area, boardroom, kitchenette, comms room and storage/filing room. There are common bathroom facilities located on the 3rd floor.

Specification includes suspended ceilings, carpeted floor coverings incorporating floor boxes, cat 5e cabling. The reception is manned during office hours.

The space is offered by way of sublet on flexible terms.


  • Offices


Highlight 1
Grand Canal Dart Station is a 10 min walk away.


- Dublin 2

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.