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· c.4,300 SQ FT WAREHOUSE/ STORAGE UNIT
· SINGLE PHASE ELECTRIC
· ACCESS VIA 2 ELECTRIC ROLLER SHUTTER DOORS
· EAVES HEIGHT 13'2"
· LEASE AND TERM NEGOTIABLE
The subject warehouse/ storage accommodation is of steel portal frame construction fitted with block work walls and profiled steel cladding Internally the property is accessible via 2 roller shutters and comprises smooth concrete flooring.
Area: Circa. 4,300 sq ft.
Lease term and price negotiable.
For appointments to view and further particulars contact O'Kane Bros Chartered Surveyors & Estate Agents.
Directions: From Omagh travel out the A5 Omagh to Ballygawley Road. At Kelly's Inn turn right onto Rarogan Road. Keep right at the bottom of the hill. Take the first right onto Garvaghey Hill Road. Travel approximately 0.9 mile and turn right down a concrete lane. The entrance has stone built pillars and walls (There is an engraved cow set within the wall).
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