DescriptionThe subject property comprises of a prominent retail warehousing opportunity with excellent frontage on to the Cahir Road, with nearby links to the N74 and the M8, extending to 1,981 sq m (21,331 sq ft).
The property is laid out over ground and mezzanine level, with the ground floor set out as open plan with stairway access to the mezzanine level. The property benefits from ample surface car parking to the front
of the subject property, with a large yard to the rear as well as attractive floor to ceiling heights of 3.7m (12 ft).
The rear yard is primarily comprised of a hardcore and concrete yard area, with the benefit of several roller shutter doors to the unit for ease of access. A large storage warehouse is also located to the rear of the site, comprised of metal deck cladding and roller shutter doors also.
FeaturesRetail warehouse building extending to 1,981.67 sq m (21,329 sq ft). ,Located over ground and mezzanine level, with storage facilities to the rear.,Located on a site of approximately 2.98 Acres (1.2 Ha).,Potential for redevelopment subject to planning permission.,Excellent frontage on to Cahir Road, located just off the N74 and M8.,Neighbouring occupiers include Lidl, Tesco and Mother Hubbards.
DirectionsThe property is located on the R639 Cahir Road, just on the outskirts of Cashel Town Centre. The property itself has excellent profile on to the
Cahir Road, which is in close proximity to both the N74 which connects Cashel to Tipperary Town, as well as the M8, which forms part of the motorway between Dublin and Cork. The property benefits from a strong passing trade, due to the nearby occupiers of Tesco, Lidl and Amneal Pharmaceutical’s, as well as the strong transport links previously mentioned.
Cashel is a traditional market town and would be an important service hub for the immediate environs offering retail, banking and business services. The town is well serviced from a retail point of view with Supervalu, Lidl and Tesco all located within the town. Cashel and its immediate environs have a population of approximately 4,422 persons, which was recorded in the CSO Census 2016.
In addition to being an important service centre for the town, the town is also a popular tourist destination due to number of protected buildings and the Rock of Cashel, which is one of Ireland’s most visited tourist