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Athlumney, Navan, Meath

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Former manufacturing & warehouse premises. High profile site approaching Navan Town Centre. Comprising a series of interconnecting industrial/ storage buildings. Site extends to 0.46 hectares (1.1 acres) approximately. 147 metres frontage to R153, Athlumney Road. The property comprises a series of interconnecting industrial/ storage buildings situated on a regularly shaped rectangular site of approximately 0.46 hectares (1.1 acres). The buildings on site comprise an original stone mill building with various interconnecting industrial buildings of various ages and construction together with a two storey period residence. There is a more modern framed concrete framed industrial building with access directly off the Athlumney Road. The property has been a landmark in Navan town for over 100 years and possesses excellent frontage extending to approximately 147 metres onto the R153, Athlumney Road. It is located on the eastern side of Navan town approximately 0.25 kilometers east of Market Square. SERVICES We are advised all services supplied and connected to the property include water, electricity, drainage, sewerage and telephone. TOWN PLANNING The property is Zoned objective C1 “To provide for and facilitate mixed residential and business uses on existing mixed use central business areas” under the Navan Town Development Plan 2013-2019. TITLE We are advised that the property is held under freehold title. LOCATION GPS CO ORDINATES 53.653572, -6.679200 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. Specifically the subject site is located in a key high profile location. Its proximity to the town centre provides for easy access to all of the amenities such as Navan Shopping Centre, primary and secondary schools, churches and leisure centres.

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