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3 SCARVA STREET
(FORMALLY THE OLD HOTEL)
A desirable Landmark Property situated in a prime location at the junction of Scarva Street and Banbridge Road in Loughbrickland Village on the edge of the A1 Dual Carrageway ideal for those commuting to Lisburn Sprucefield, Belfast and ‘The South’.
Loughbrickland Village has in recent years seen substantial improvements in redevelopment in commercial and residential activity.
This property offers enormous COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL POTENTIAL (subject to
Planning Approval), as it offers great flexibility in layout and design over two floors with separate access from both Scarva Street and Banbridge Road.
Accommodation in Brief:
Double Front Shop Unit (formally the Post Office).
394.25 sqft 36.64 sqm with Banbridge Road Access.
Accommodation to Rear of Shop Unit Extends to c.382.5 sqft, 35.55 sqm with Scarva Street Access.
Staircase to First Floor c.860 sqft, 76.66 sqm.
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