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The property comprises a mid terrace 3 storey traditionally constructed building covered with a pitched slate roof. The building has been extended to the rear with a rear yard leading onto Greers Road. Internally the property provides a ground floor commercial unit with a residential accommodation on the upper floors.
The first and second floors are in need of refurbishment and are currently used as storage.
Site area - 0.07 acres
EPC - F126
Ground floor - 776 square feet
First floor - 507 square feet
Second floor - 317 square feet
Total Area: 1,600 square feet
McGraths Bar is located in the heart of Dungannon town centre on Irish Street close to its junction with William Street. Dungannon is a large town within County Tyrone with a population of 15,889 (2011 census). The surrounding area is primarily occupied by commercial users, predominantly retail.
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