Extensive showroom, stores and yard at Newry Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth
In one or more lots
Occupying a high profile and desirable location on Dundalk’s Newry Road, the property lies within close proximity of Dundalk’s town centre and all town centre amenities.
The property comprises a modern and extensive showroom of approximately 259.929 sq. mts. incorporating bright and modern showroom facilities with excellent frontage on the Newry Road the showroom would have the benefit of office, canteen and toilet facilities together with ample car parking. By virtue of its size and location this modern showroom premises is ideally suited to numerous commercial activities. (STP)
This storage facility comprises approximately 377.316 sq. mts. (4059 sq. ft.) and has the benefit of a roller shutter door.
Store No. 2
Store No. 2 comprises 196.08 sq. mts. (2110 sq. ft.) and has the benefit of roller shutter door. Could be suited for storage or distribution.
Enclosed Rear Yard
This fully enclosed and secure yard is near rectangular in shape and comprises approximately 867 sq. mts. (9334 sq. ft.) there is a store in the yard of approximately 81.23 sq. mts. (874 sq. ft.). this yard is ideally suitable as a parking area and could be incorporated with store No. 1.
The entire property offers an ideal opportunity to lease a modern showroom, spacious storage facilities and enclosed and secure yard within easy access of Dundalk’s town centre, inner relief road and motorway.
POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHICS
Dundalk is the largest town in Co. Louth and one of the largest urban districts in the Republic of Ireland. The 2011 Census show Dundalk Urban Area has a population of some 31,149 persons. Located equi-distance between Dublin and Belfast, the town boasts the presence of Hi-Tec Industry and expanding Dundalk Institute of Technology. As a port town Dundalk is benefiting from improved road and rail networks.
Co. Louth has an area of approximately 821 Sq. Km. and is the smallest county in Ireland in geographical terms. It is located to the Northeast and is bounded by Co. Monaghan and Co. Meath to the west and south respectively and Co. Armagh and Co. Down to the north. The three main towns are Drogheda, Dundalk and Ardee, with Dundalk ranking 7th nationally in terms of size within the State.
Co. Louth occupies a strategic position in the east coast of Ireland midway between Dublin and Belfast. The county is intersected by key transport links, the EO1 Euro Route/M1 Motorway, the M2 from Derry to Donegal and the Dublin/Belfast rail line.
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