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Traynor's Shop & 28 O'Duffy Terrace, Carrickmacross Road Ballybay, Monaghan, A75 FD45

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  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Ber Rating
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28 O’DUFFY TERRACE AND TRAYNOR'S SHOP

Traynor’s Convenience Store 630 sq ft with overhead one bedroom apartment and adjoining 2 storey residence.
Modern shop premises enjoying considerable local and passing trade convenient to Community College and high density housing along Carrickmacross Road.
Certified turnover figures available.

Features:

Rear yard, stores, separate access
Oil fired central heating
Mains services
Fully Alarmed
Lotto Agent


28 O’DUFFY TERRACE ACCOMMODATION
Hall with oak floor, shower room, wc, whb, pvc pantry
Sitting room 5.0 x 3.5 oak floor, marble fireplace
Kitchen/Dining 9.5 x 3.5 tiled floor, fitted units, integrated appliance, hob/ovens
Utility with fitted units, closet, rear door to yard
Bedroom 1 built in units
Bedroom 2 built in units
Bedroom 3 built in units

SHOP AND OVERHEAD APARTMENT ACCOMMODATION
Shop 630 sq ft
Lobby
W.C
First floor
Hall
Kitchen/Dining/Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
Store

DIRECTIONS:

From Ballybay town centre head south out of town along the Carrickmacross Road R180 pass the Community College on your left hand side, premises is located on the left hand side at the end of O’Duffy Terrace, 250m from town.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 800739856

Energy Performance Indicator: 623.75 kWh/m²/yr

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PSRA Licence No: 002794

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA Gunne Property (Carrickmacross) or call them on (042) 966 1303

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