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- Prominent location on the Woodstock Road
- Suitable for immediate occupation
- Suitable for a variety of uses
The property comprises a prominent location on the Woodstock Road at the corner of Hatton Drive. Woodstock Road is a busy commerical area in East Belfast. The Woodstock Road benefits from good public transport links. Near by occupiers include Mace, Winemark and McKenna & Co Solicitors. The subject property consists of a retail unit over ground and mezzanine level with storage, kitchen and W/C facilities to the rear of the ground floor. Internally the property is finished to include part tile and part carpeted floor at ground floor level and carpeted floor at mezzanine level. The property benefits from a suspended ceiling at ground floor level and mezzanine level. 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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