Town centre commercial property, which previously operated as a restaurant, has plenty of scope for use as a residential townhouse (subject to planning permission) . The property features has a partly vaulted double ceiling height at ground floor, which would give a potential gross internal floor area of 115m² over 2 levels. The property is situated in a high profile location on Market Street and the area includes the Seagull Bakery, The Vee Bistro, Redlane Boutique The Victoria Pub, The Copper Hen Restaurant and Martha`s Bar. Tramore, population 11,000 is a well established seaside resort town and satellite town to Waterford City which is approx. 13 km distant. This general area is to be the subject of a major town centre regeneration and the adjoining of the Main Street is to be pedestrianised.
ACCOMMODATION Seating area 7.82m (25'8") x 5.88m (19'3")
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