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- Former Bank Premises
- 2,890 sq ft (268.48 sq m)
The building comprises a 2 storey end terrace commercial property of traditional brick/blockwork construction and pitched slate roof. The property was formerly occupied by Ulster Bank and as such is finished to their standard corporate fit-out to include a banking hall, office accommodation, strong room with staff and storage accommodation found on the first floor.
EPC - D80
Ground floor - 2,000 square feet
First floor - 890 square feet
Total Area - 2,890 square feet
The property is located on the corner of the Woodstock Road and Tildarg Street in East Belfast, approximately 2 miles from the city centre. Situated along an arterial route the Woodstock Road is easily accessible and benefits significantly from passing vehicular traffic and footfall. Neighbouring occupiers include Gordon’s Chemist, The Money Shop, Russell’s and Subway.
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