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Ormond Street Nenagh, County Tipperary

  • Size 467.28 m²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • 2 commercial units in prime trading location.
  • Extensive secure rear yards and storage.
  • Strong covenant existing tenant in part.
  • Off street parking to the front and rear.
  • Established DIY/Hardware location.
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Description


Description
The property consists of 2 ground floor commercial units with substantial accommodation and extensive rear yards and storage to the rear.

The property comprises of two adjoining portal steel framed buildings to the front. The buildings have frontage to the street of approximately 28.7 metres and have essentially been split into two separate ground floor retail units. The ground floor unit on the left is let to Trade Electric and the unit on the right currently trades as a tile shop. The tile shop will however relocate when the sale closes and accordingly vacant possession of same will then be available.

The property is offered for sale with the benefit of a lease of unit A. Adjoining occupiers include Quick Fit Tyre Garage, Lodge Security Services and Abbey Furniture.

Features
2 commercial units in prime trading location.
Extensive secure rear yards and storage.
Strong covenant existing tenant in part.
Off street parking to the front and rear.
Established DIY/Hardware location.

BER Details
BER: F

Accommodation
Ground floor Unit A, Store unit A, Mezzanine unit A, Ground floor unit B, Store 1 unit B, Store 2 unit B.Ground floor unit A -
Trade Electric retail / Store - 144.49 sqm.
Store unit A -
Trade Electric store - 111.84 sqm.
Mezzanine unit A -
Trade Electric Store - 194.37 sqm.
Ground floor unit B -
Tile shop - 264.57 sqm.
Store 1 -
Storage - 186 sqm.
Store 2 -
Storage - 35.22 sqm.


Directions
The property is located in Nenagh town centre in Summerhill just after the Military Barracks and before the roundabout at Tesco.
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PSRA Licence No: 001790

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA Eoin Dillon (Nenagh) or call them on (067) 33468

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