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- Ground floor Retail Unit / Office & Store
- Prominent Location
- Fitted out to a good standard
- Available Immediately
- Gas Fired Central Heating (shared)
Additional InformationThis Ground floor Retail Unit is situated in the very popular Castlereagh area of East Belfast, a short walk from the busy city centre with large footfall and public transport passing the unit on a daily basis. This fantastic unit is situated perfectly within a mix of business and residential occupancy in the area.
The unit is fitted out to a good standard with an Office, 2 Store areas, A kitchen and a W.C.. The unit is heated by a gas fired central heating system which is shared with the ajacent commerical business and residential accomadation above.
Rates: - £3,200 ( £1965.23 payable for 2019/2020 prior to small business rates relief )
- GROUND FLOOR RETAIL UNIT/OFFICE
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