The building comprises a substantial four storey over basement mid-terrace Georgian building. The front of the property has a traditional brick façade, sliding sash windows and attractive Juliet balconies at first floor. The building which is in need of refurbishment internally features generous floor to ceiling heights and retains some original features to include fireplaces and decorative cornicing. There are WC’s located on the ground and 2nd floors and a kitchenette on the lower ground floor. The lower ground floor also enjoys independent access directly from Upper Pembroke Street. The building features an impressive original archway through the building at ground floor level providing access to Fitzwilliam Court.
2 Upper Pembroke Street occupies a high profile position on Upper Pembroke Street which connects Leeson Street with Fitzwilliam Square. The property is situated in the heart of Dublin’s central business district. Upper Pembroke Street enjoys the benefit of all City Centre amenities, including a host of high end restaurants including House, Suesey Street, Matt the Thresher, FX Buckley, Dax, together with the five star Merrion and Conrad Hotels. St. Stephens Green, Grafton Street, The National Concert Hall and Iveagh Gardens are all within a short walk.
Subject to an annual fee to Dublin City Council the occupiers are entitled to become members of Fitzwilliam Square which is a private park for the use of those living/working in close proximity to the Square.