DescriptionThe property comprises a mid-terraced modern industrial units which have been combined to form one large open warehouse area. The building is of concrete portal frame construction with concrete floors and concrete block walls to approximately 3m and metal decking cladding to full height, all under a double skin insulated pitched metal deck roof incorporating translucent roof panels.
There are aluminium pedestrian doors and windows, which are secured by way of security shutters. Access to the warehouse is via two electric roller shutter doors. The warehouse has a clear internal height of approximately 6.5m. The premises also has the benefit of a security alarm and cctv. To the front and side there is ample car parking, circulation space and loading and unloading space.
LocationThe subject property is located adjacent to Howth Junction Dart station on the northern side of the Kilbarrack Road, near to its junction with Kilbarrack Parade and is accessed directly off Kilbarrack Way.
It is situated midway between Donaghmede and the Kilbarrack coastal road. The subject property is located approximately 10 km to the north east of Dublin city centre and approximately 8 km to the east of Dublin Airport. Notable occupiers include Gerard Laboratories, Avis Fleet Solutions, Niamh Barrog GAA Club and Denis Mahony Motors. Kilbarrack is a predominately residential suburb of north Dublin with a number of traditional housing estates located surrounding the subject property.
Baldoyle Industial Estate is located approximately 500 metres north of the subject property. Retail and other services facilities are provided in the locality in the form of local convenience parades of shops together with a more comprehensive range of such facilities at Donaghmede Shopping Centre, approximately 1.5 km to the west of the subject property.