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- Modern Industrial / Warehouse Premises of c. 2,577 sq ft / 239 sq m.
- Secured site within a business park environment
- Highly prominent location with excellent prominence to the A21 Bangor-Newtownards dual carriageway.
- Dedicated on-site car parking with front and rear access loading access.
- Mezzanine Storage to part.
- EPC: D90
The Balloo Industrial Area is North Down’s premier industrial and commercial location and is home to a number of major businesses including 3M, Denman International, Denroy Plastics, Regency Carpets, Munster Simms and the Eddie Irvine Sports Complex.
The subject premises are located within the Balloo South Business Park area with access from the main Bangor to Newtownards Dual Carriageway. The area benefits from easy access to Bangor Town Centre and the North Down area, whilst Belfast is approximately 13 miles via the A2.
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