Retail Premises On, C. 1 Acre,
Knocka, Templemore, E41CX94
Retail (743 sq. metres)
Asking price €475,000
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Sherry Fitzgerald Gleeson
PSR Licence: 002543
Asking price €475,000
- Substantial Retail Premises
- Generous 1 Acre Site
- Extensive Yards
- 8,000 Sq. Ft. Premises
- Suited to a variety of uses
There is extensive road frontage to the R501 with a large entrance providing ample scope and excellent entrance / exit options for any Heavy Goods Vehicles. The site includes extensive yards to the front, side and rear.
The main building itself is of steel portal-frame construction, leaving it highly adaptable to a multitude of internal layout designs. There is a double-skin roof with a high eaves clearance, side roller-shutter door, 2 no. double door entrances to the front, a rear entrance / exit and a class-leading Mark G-100 oil-fired heating system.
The subject location is excellent with easy access to the nearby towns of Templemore, Thurles & Roscrea, while also nestled between the M7 Limerick / Dublin Motorway (just 18km away at Roscrea), or the M8 (Dublin / Cork) Motorway just 23km away at Horse & Jockey.
This property, well known and successfully trading as the Red Flag for almost 30 years, presents a unique opportunity for a wide variety of businesses, or indeed as a going concern, which can be further discussed upon enquiry with the Agent.
A virtual tour link can be supplied on request with actual viewings strictly by appointment and in full compliance with current health guidelines. Further enquiries can be made by contacting Sole Selling Agents, Sherry FitzGerald Gleeson in Thurles - (0504) 22997 / [email protected] BER: B3
BER Number: 800801078
Energy Performance Indicator: 396.8
Templemore (Irish: An Teampall Mór) is a town in County Tipperary. Templemore railway station is on the Dublin-Cork railway line operated by Iarnród Éireann. There are direct trains to and from Dublin, Thurles, Cork, and Limerick daily. The market square with its Town Hall in the centre of the town is reputed locally to be the widest in either Ireland or Britain. It backs on to an extensive wooded Town Park and lake. The town has a large number of local industries, there is a large cattle mart on Bank Street which opens on Thursdays.
The most notable landmark in the district is the Devil's Bit mountain range. The Park incorporates an outdoor Swimming Pool, GAA grounds (Páirc Shíleáin), Lakeside Pitch & Putt Course and an all-weather athletic track in the care of Templemore Athletic Club. The demesne's mature woodlands features walks, the romantic ruin of the Black Castle on the western bank of the lake and the ruin of the eponymous big church. The main focus of attention is the man-made lake (7.5acres) which is suitable for coarse fishing.
BER Rating: B3
BER No.: 800801078
Energy Performance Indicator: 396.8 kWh/m²/yr
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