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- Retail Unit In Central Location Extending to c. 358 sq m
- (3,855 sq ft)
- Can Be Sub-Divided
Additional InformationSituated within Coleraine’s central pedestrianised area with prominent frontage to Circular Road (A2 route) and of course frontage to Bridge Street close to the Diamond.
This traditionally styled property has much to offer a variety of retail operators and could potentially be split to form 2 units if needed.
Built in 1783 as Coleraine Ports Custom House, it retains elements of the period’s style.
Traders in the vicinity include The Diamond Centre, Café Rocca, Bishops, Heatons, Dunnes, The Queens Arms and Progressive Building Society.
Coleraine is a popular university town which acts as a regional hub for the Port towns with the district having a population of c.56,000 people. The town is greatly boosted by tourist trade or summer months.
Available from early 2018.
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