77 Main Street, Bangor , Down BT20 5AP

Offers over £375,000

77 Main St Bangor

Offers over £375,000

77 Main St Bangor

Price Offers over £375,000
Style Office
EPC Rating E102
Status For sale
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Additional Information

Features

  • Former Bank Premises
  • Total NIA - 608.60 sq m (6,551 sq ft)

Additional Information

The subject comprises a landmark detached two storey listed building situated in a highly prominent position in the heart of Bangor town centre. The building was originally constructed as a Market House in c.1780 and subsequently converted to the town hall in 1933 becoming the Northern Bank in c.1952. The building is of traditional stone construction with a hipped roof over laid in natural slate. The exterior is rendered and painted with windows mainly timber framed single glazed units.

Internally the ground floor comprises the former open plan banking hall with a range of office and storage space to the rear including a strong room positioned to the rear elevation. The first floor is accessed via 2 no. staircases and provides additional office accommodation with a staff canteen and WC facilities. A secure book room is situated to the rear. The second floor is accessed via a timber staircase and provides basic eaves storage.

We understand the property is held by way of a Long Leasehold title. Further information is available from our clients solicitor: - 

Johnsons Solicitors, Johnson House, 50-56 Wellington Place, Belfast, BT1 6GF 
Contact: Mr David Holley 
Tel: 028 9024 0183 
E-mail: [email protected]

EPC -  E102

Ground floor - 3,772 square feet
First floor - 2,543 square feet
Attic - 236 square feet
Total Area: 6,551 square feet

Directions

Bangor is a large coastal town and tourist resort on the north coast of County Down, located approximately 20 km east from the city of Belfast. The subject occupies a prime location in the centre of the town on the corner of Main Street and Castle Street. It is in close proximity to the primary retailing provision with neighbouring occupiers including Bank of Ireland, Boots Chemist and Asda.

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