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The subject premises comprises of a self-contained commercial building extending to approximately 1,680 sq ft across basement, ground and first floors. The basement floor is self-contained and is currently finished as office accommodation. It benefits from carpeted flooring, plastered and painted walls, fluorescent strip lighting and both kitchen and wc facilities. The ground and first floors have been used as art gallery space for the last number of years. This space comprises a mixture of carpeted and wooden flooring, plastered and painted walls, a mixture of fluorescent strip and spot lighting along with both kitchen and WC facilities. The building has Economy 7 heating.
The building benefits from a rear courtyard area along with two car parking spaces to the front.
The premises has historic planning consent for a restaurant use.
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