Wednesday, 20th June 2012
Tramore off-licence to be auctioned on Tuesday 26th June at 4pm
Going on the market in Tramore, Co Waterford is the premises presently operating as The Pier Off Licence with an AMV of €249,000. This fine two storey detached property occupies a pivotal position at the junction of Cove Road and Newtown Hill in this busy seaside town. It enjoys a prominent high profile trading spot in a well established locality. Cove Road carries a high volume of both pedestrian and vehicular traffic between the suburbs of Tramore and the town itself. Tramore has been a fast growing town in recent years and a popular home for commuters to Waterford city just ten minutes drive away. It is also one of Ireland's best known holiday destinations and experiences a significant surge in population throughout the summer months.
This handsome property comprises retail accommodation approximately 99 sq m on the ground floor and offices 72 sq m on the first floor. It offers the benefit of an abundance of surface level car parking immediately outside. Adjacent occupiers include Eurospar,
R McDonald Builders and The Ritz Bar. Internally, the fully alarmed property is fitted out and finished to the highest standard, with timber flooring, feature lighting and double glazed windows.
For further information and viewings contact Sherry FitzGerald John Rohan, Manor House, Cork Road, Waterford.
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