DescriptionAttractive 3 storey over garden level period property that was extensively refurbished 10 years ago and provides a substantially open plan interior layout. We understand that the property was previously in residential use prior to being refurbished in 1997. The property has not been in use in recent years. The property benefits from re slating, new maple wooden floors and feature steel and wood staircase all dating from 1997. The property has attractive PVC sliding sash windows to front and rear. There is burglar alarm installed. The basement/garden level of the property requires some remedial words. The property is sold with the benefit of a 20ft rear garden and a wall or agreed fence is to be constructed by the purchaser following the close of sale.
We understand that the property is held under a 999 year lease and is offered for sale with the benefit of full vacant possession. The property is listed on the Record of Protected Structures.
The property is situated in an area zoned B1 “to protect and enhance the special physical and social character of existing towns and village centres and to provide for new and improved town centre facilities and uses" under the Navan Development Plan 2009-2015 which we understand is still current. This zoning will allow many uses subject to planning permission.
€350,000 open to offers
Contact Ross Shorten and Cathal Daughton
FeaturesWell located in Navan town centre beside all amenities
Suitable to office or residential uses (subject to planning permission)
Substantially refurbished 10 years ago and in open plan layout with feature staircase linking all levels
LocationNavan town is approximately 48km from Dublin via the M3 Motorway and only 30 minutes' drive from the M50 and is just 35 minutes' drive from Dublin Airport and 40 minutes from Dublin City Centre with two access points onto the M3 Motorway. It is well serviced by the local flexi-bus service and Bus Eireann run daily, half hour services to Dublin City Centre. Being the central town in Meath, Navan has excellent routes to neighbouring towns, Drogheda and Dundalk.