Bank of Ireland has placed a Georgian house and mews building at 65 Lower Baggot Street in Dublin 2 on the market.
The bank previously used the building as a staff crèche for many years.
The Irish Times reports that the bank is hoping to secure close to €750,000 for the property, which would have made in the region of €2.5 million at the height of the boom.
Michael Healy of Savills says there is already interest in the four-storey over basement end-of-terrace building, which is in good order but in need of redecoration.
The main house extends to 264sq m (2,841sq ft) while the mews building at the end of the garden is on the small size at 48sq m (516sq ft).
The zoning allows the Georgian house to be used as offices and the mews as a private residence.
For further details on the property check it out on MyHome.ie here.