Rent POA + fees
Deposit £1,000
Rates Paid by Tenant
Lease 12 months minimum
Style Commercial Unit
EPC Rating F145
Status To let
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A Brief Description…

An exciting opportunity to lease these landmark premises, formerly ‘Ballynakelly Primary School’ and more recently the ‘Ballynakelly Working Men’s Club’.
Situated only minutes from the M1 motorway it is accessible from all directions with good road frontage to the Coash Road. The property has benefitted from extension circa. 1990 and occupies a generally level and spacious site in the region of 0.75 acres with a generous area for parking. The large outdoor has the potential to be utilised according to the tenant’s individual needs.
The premises are currently laid out as follow; bar area, snooker room and function room, Circa. 226m² inclusive, with further stores and ladies/ gent’s toilets.
These premises are surely suitable for a wide range of business prospects; from child care facilities, the health and fitness industry, professional practice, offices, storage or car sales, the list is endless…

“Truly an opportunity not to be missed”

Property Features:
Accessible location.
Extensive site and outdoor space.
Circa. 0.75 acres in total.
Spacious open plan layout (see floor plans for I.D. purposes attached).
Circa. 226 Sq M plus stores & toilets.
Useful amount of ancillary space.
Emergency exits.
Oil fired central heating.
Sure to appeal to a wide range of business users.

Lease Details:
Rent:
Price on application.
NAV: £8350
Rates: £4289.80 per annum.

Contract terms negotiable.

N.B.
Any photographs displayed or attached to brochures may have been taken with a wide angled lens. Tom Henry & Co. have not tested any equipment, apparatus, fittings or services and cannot verify that these are in working order.

VALUATIONS.
Should you be considering the sale of your own property we would be pleased to arrange through our office a Free Valuation and advice on selling without obligation.

FOR FULL DETAILS & ARRANGEMENTS TO VIEW PLEASE CONTACT THE SOLE AGENT.

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