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Additional InformationDownpatrick is located in Co. Down and is approximately 23 miles south east of Belfast. Co. Down has a population of just over 454,000 and is the most industrialised region in Northern Ireland and includes the principal towns of Belfast, Newtownards, Bangor, Banbridge and Newry.
The town of Downpatrick has a resident population of c. 11,000 and benefits from a catchment area which includes Carryduff, Saintfield, Killyleagh, Portaferry, Castlewellan and Newcastle.
The subject suite comprises modern 2nd floor offices fitted to include carpeted floors, painted/plastered walls, recessed and spot lighting, perimeter trunking, electric heating, double glazed windows, kitchen and WC’s.
Prominent town centre building with adjoining occupiers including Youth Justice Agency, Murlands Solicitors, Clanmill Housing Association and UPS.
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