- • Mains water, sewerage, electricity, broadband and air conditioning/ hot air heating.
There is extensive retail space contained on the ground and first floor. There is also excellent off-street parking available at the adjoining Emmett Place public carpark which will accommodate approx. 17 cars. Planning has been approved for direct access from the rear of the Property to the car park.
There is also scope for further expansion and development (subject to planning permission). Building One:
Retail 15m x 4m & 4.13m x 8.5m with shelving and laminated floor
Rear Area 7.6m x 3.4m with shelving, also wc and handbasin
First Floor (Retail)
Kitchen/Office/WC/Store Room 5m x 4.1m
Store 6.5m x 7.2m shelved
First Floor (Storage)
Store Room One 6m x 5m shelved
Store Room Two 3.4m x 3.3m shelved
Store Room Three 3.6m x 2.5m shelved
Store Room Four 4.7m x 2.3m shelved
Store Room Five 3.4m x 3.2m
Store Room Six 5.03m x 4.7m
Third Floor 5.0m x 3.5m with velux window
Attic Storage 5m x 3.5m with velux window
BER Number: 800898074
Energy Performance Indicator: 572.61
Nenagh (Irish: Aonach Urmhumhan) is a busy commercial town in Tipperary. In 2011 it had a population of 7,995. The town's historic attractions include Nenagh Castle, the Heritage Centre, and the ruined Franciscan abbey. Nenagh is situated on the R445 Regional Road, which links it to the M7. Bus Éireann offer services 24 hours a day to Dublin and Limerick, with JJ Kavanagh offering direct services to both Dublin and Shannon airports. Nenagh railway station is on the Limerick to Ballybrophy line. It is only 37 km from Thurles, which is on the main Dublin/Cork line.
BER Rating: E1
BER No.: 800898074
Energy Performance Indicator: 572.61 kWh/m²/yr