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Located within the traditional town centre of Ballymena, opposite the Town Hall and near the junction of Mill Street and Church Street. This compact and easily managed shop premises would be suitable for many retail uses or, subject to change of use planning approval as appropriate, professional office use.
Finished to a good standard and ready for occupation with excellent investment potential.
Fitted out as Office Accommodation
Roof Replaced - approx. 2012
ACCOMMODATION (All dimensions and areas are approximate)
Shop: Internal Frontage 12'10"
Retail Area: 270 sq ft
Office: 13'4" x 16'2" overall 227 sq ft
Separate Toilet Facilities (LFWC and WHB)
Office/Store: 13'4" x 22'8" overall 271 sq ft
The rateable value is £3,900, rates payable (2019/20) would be £2,498.18. Discounts may apply.
Estimated rental income per annum £5,500.
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