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- Prominent location on the Woodstock Road.
- Extends to approximately 1,119 sq ft (103.9 sq m).
- Suitable for a variety of uses subject to any necessary consents.
- Suitable for immediate occupation.
The property comprises a prominent location on the Woodstock Road at the corner of Hatton Drive. Woodstock Road is a busy commercial area in East Belfast. The Woodstock Road benefits from good public transport links. Nearby occupiers include Mace, Winemark and McKenna & Co Solicitors.
The subject property provides ground and mezzanine floor accommodation together with kitchen and W/C facilities.
Internally the property is finished to include part tile and part carpeted floor and benefits from a suspended ceiling. Externally the property has a modern unique finish with a double height central glazed panel and full glazing at the ground floor shop front.
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