Former Saggart Arms pub site on market at €1.75m
By William O'Connor
THE FORMER Saggart Arms pub site and petrol station in Saggart Village has been put on the market with a guide price €1.75 million.
Selling agent Cushman & Wakefield are looking after the sale of this high profile development which is extending to approximately 0.36 hectare (0.89 acre).
The land for sale in Saggart Village
The site has full planning permission for a mixed-use scheme comprising 28 residential units, a 263 sq m retail unit and 10 sq m of office space.
The site is situated at the junction of Main Street and Boherby Road in the heart of the Village and is a highly accessible location 16km south-west of Dublin city centre with direct access via the N7 and the Luas Red Line.
The site is zoned ‘Village Centre’ under the South Dublin County Development Plan 2016-2022 which facilitates a range of commercial and residential uses.
The site had previously been reported in The Echo after an appeal was lodged with An Bord Pleanala against the planning permission but was approved last month.
An artist impression of the residential units granted permission for the site
A spokesperson for Agent Cushman & Wakefield said: “The site is guiding €1.75m for a 0.89-acre mixed-use site located on the Main Street, Saggart. comprising of 28 residential units.”