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Highly prominent position in one of Belfast’s blossoming retail/business locations. 1,125 sq. ft. of adaptable office space suitable for a variety of uses. Rent inclusive of service charge and building insurance. Benefits from shared onsite car parking. Excellent value for money. Current EPC Rating: Pending
The subject property is located in a highly prominent position on the Boucher Road, one of Greater Belfast’s premier business/ retail locations. With a wide range of occupier’s including Isaac Agnew, Audi, Bavarian, Halfords and Marks and Spencer, Boucher Road is a well-established and popular trading location.
Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland with a population in excess of 1 million. The location therefore benefits from ease of access to Belfast city centre, George Best Belfast City Airport, Belfast Harbours and the M1 Motorway network.
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