The site on which the former Beaufield Mews restaurant was located in the south Dublin suburb of Stillorgan has hit the market via estate agency Knight Frank with a guide price of €2.5 million.
Beaufield Mews ceased operations at the end of September of 2019 after more than seven decades of doing business.
According to The Irish Times, a feasibility study by Ferreira Architects suggests that the site on which Beaufield Mews was located could accommodate the construction of either 34 apartments across two three to five storey blocks or seven terraced houses and nine apartments with surface car parking.
"An Attractive Development Opportunity"
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The Irish Times quotes James Meagher and Robert Wilson of Knight Frank as saying, "This is an attractive development opportunity situated in a highly sought after residential location with envious amenities and public transport links. With its proximity to the city centre and with significant employment in the surrounding area, we would anticipate strong interest in the property."
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