DescriptionHigh Profile Commercial Premises
With Residential Accommodation
• Previously used as a bakery but suitable for many uses. Shop / Café area of 102.6 square metres
• Site extends to approximately 0.1 acre with rear access.
• Excellent location in Navan Town Centre
These particulars are issued on the understanding that they will not form part of any contract and that all negotiations will be carried out through Smith Harrington Chartered Surveyors. All descriptions, dimensions etc. are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers are encouraged to inspect the property for themselves.
This is a unique opportunity to acquire commercial property with residential accommodation above. The property has previously been used for a baker and has planning for such however it has potential for further expansion or alternative uses subject to the relevant planning permission.
The front shop unit is well laid out with a good size display window and measures 29.4 square metres / 316.5 square feet GIA.
From the shop front the corridor leads to an area of approximately 42 square metres / 452 square feet which is currently used for storage but could easily be changed to seating area. This area contains shelved walk in cold storage, toilet and cupboard. The kitchen area extends to approximately 31.5 square metres / 339 square feet GIA. The equipment is not included in the sale.
First floor living accommodation measuring 69 square metres / 743 square feet contains;
Entrance hall with under stairs storage
Sitting room with electric fire
Kitchen fitted with wall and floor units
The property is serviced by oil fired central heating.
The rear yard with patio area measures approximately 233 square metres / 2,507 square feet and houses boiler house, cabin which is divided into staff area and storage and shed with roller shutter door. There is rear access to the property through the shed via the roller shutter doors.
The property has a high-profile location on Brews Hill, Navan. It is predominately a commercial street however there are well established residential areas to the rear of the property and the street gives access to the west of the town and Navan Hospital.
Navan is the county town and administrative capital of County Meath and the 5th largest town in the country. It is situated in the centre of the County Meath approximately 50 kilometres (31 miles) north west of Dublin and 25 kilometres (16 miles) west of Drogheda. The town is in the Boyne Valley, at the confluence of the River Boyne and River Blackwater.
The town is served by the M3 motorway and national primary routes such as the N51. The M3 motorway provides access to Dublin City, the M50, Dublin Airport, Dublin Port and arterial routes throughout the island. Navan benefits from a regular bus service serving the town, Dublin City and various other towns throughout the country.
Brews Hill is an established residential area in Navan Town Centre. It benefits from close access to playing pitches such as Navan O’Mahonys GAA, Pairc Tailteann and its proximity to major schools in the town (St Patricks Classical School – male, Mercy Convent Secondary School – female and Scoil Mhuire Primary School. – mixed.) It benefits from an existing public car park located opposite the property.
It is also an established and improving commercial area with a number of service employers integrated with Aldi and a number of indigenous retailers on the street. The property is an ideal location on a high traffic street in Navan Town Centre and is opposite Aldi supermarket which has large car parking area.
Eir Code C15 X3D1