HomeIrelandCorkWest CorkKinsaleUnit 9, Kinsale Commercial Park, Barrack Hill, , Kinsale, Cork
€36,000 / year

Unit 9, Kinsale Commercial Park, Barrack Hill, , Kinsale, Cork

265m 2Energy RatingOffice Refreshed on Jun 7, 2022
Eircode: P17 V256
Casey & Kingston, Auctioneers
Casey & Kingston, Auctioneers
Tel: 021 427 1127
PSRA Licence No. 001643
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Description

The unit comprises a 2 storey office block with ceiling heights of 2.8ms. On the ground floor there are several private offices, kitchenette, as well as a reception area. The unit has concrete floors, surface mounted cabling, suspended ceiling and recessed lighting. There is air conditioning in each room. The unit has an external private paved patio. Rates are approximately €5,000 There is a management fee of €400. There will be a park maintenance fee of €1500 per year for park maintenance to cover a contribution to public lighting, Electric Gates and CCTV etc. And designated carparking spaces

Accommodation

Property: Description: Sq. ft Sq. m Unit 9 Offices 2,850 265

Features

Detached office buildings extending to 2,850 Sq. Ft, with designated parking and a private patio area. Situated at the entrance of Kinsale Commercial park on Barrack Hill. Which is approx. 800ms east of Kinsale City centre and approx. 850ms west of the R600 and approx. 1.3km south of the R607 Property has an excellent specification with adjustable Air-con in all rooms, 3 phase power, 100 m/bs broadband and surface mounted cabling Long term lease sought

BER Details

BER: Exempt

Directions

The property is situated at the entrance on the left hand side of Kinsale Commercial Park. The unit is accessible from Barrack Hill and is 800ms east of Kinsale town centre. Kinsale is coastal town of growing importance in County Cork, as a tourist centre for the Cork region due to a number of factors including but not limited to its reputation as a gourmet capital of Ireland, sailing heritage, proximity to the coastline, plentiful supply of beaches and access to holiday accommodation. It has greatly benefitted from the Wild Atlantic Way tourism trail which has seen tourism numbers increase in all locations along the route.

Unit 9, Kinsale Commercial Park, Barrack Hill, , Kinsale, Cork

€36,000 / year

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Price€36,000 / year
Property TypeOffice
Size265 meters2
Energy RatingBER-Exempt
Refreshed onJun 7, 2022
EircodeP17 V256

Description

The unit comprises a 2 storey office block with ceiling heights of 2.8ms. On the ground floor there are several private offices, kitchenette, as well as a reception area. The unit has concrete floors, surface mounted cabling, suspended ceiling and recessed lighting. There is air conditioning in each room. The unit has an external private paved patio. Rates are approximately €5,000 There is a management fee of €400. There will be a park maintenance fee of €1500 per year for park maintenance to cover a contribution to public lighting, Electric Gates and CCTV etc. And designated carparking spaces

Accommodation

Property: Description: Sq. ft Sq. m Unit 9 Offices 2,850 265

Features

Detached office buildings extending to 2,850 Sq. Ft, with designated parking and a private patio area. Situated at the entrance of Kinsale Commercial park on Barrack Hill. Which is approx. 800ms east of Kinsale City centre and approx. 850ms west of the R600 and approx. 1.3km south of the R607 Property has an excellent specification with adjustable Air-con in all rooms, 3 phase power, 100 m/bs broadband and surface mounted cabling Long term lease sought

BER Details

BER: Exempt

Directions

The property is situated at the entrance on the left hand side of Kinsale Commercial Park. The unit is accessible from Barrack Hill and is 800ms east of Kinsale town centre. Kinsale is coastal town of growing importance in County Cork, as a tourist centre for the Cork region due to a number of factors including but not limited to its reputation as a gourmet capital of Ireland, sailing heritage, proximity to the coastline, plentiful supply of beaches and access to holiday accommodation. It has greatly benefitted from the Wild Atlantic Way tourism trail which has seen tourism numbers increase in all locations along the route.