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- Prominent Ground Floor Commercial Premises
- Total: 502.4 sq ft (46.6 sq m)
The ground floor unit is finished to a basic standard throughout to include painted and plastered walls, concrete flooring and fluorescent lighting. It would lend itself for a variety of uses subject to the necessary planning consent.
The property will benefit from high pedestrian footfall and traffic flow both during the day and in the evening.
EPC - F140
Ground floor - 502 square feet
The subject property fronts on to the main Lisburn Road and is approximately a 10 minute drive from Belfast city centre. The Lisburn Road is one of Belfast’s most premier shopping locations. It is situated directly opposite Drumglass Park and is surrounded by a variety of established commercial occupiers to include Café Mauds, Templeton Robinson, Camile Thai and Simon Brien.
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