The property comprises two detached manufacturing facilities situated on a large regular shaped site of approximately 3.28 ha (8.11 acres). Lot 2 comprises a single storey former manufacturing facility of concrete block construction with a red brick facade, windows at a high level under a single skin metal deck roof with asphalt covering, supported on steel truss. There is a concrete floor which is part tiled, an eaves height of approximately 4.9m and is accessed by two loading doors. There are some extensions to the property which are of steel frame construction with a double skin insulated metal deck roof, supported on steel beams, with concrete block walls to full height and an eaves height of approximately 6 meters.
Lot 3 is a modern facility of steel portal frame construction, with concrete block infill walls to full height, under a double skin insulated pitched metal deck roof which has encased the original roof. The eaves height within the production area is 5.1m, which has a sealedconcrete floor, 100mm refrigerated wall panels, HEPA bank, HVAC temperature control units and two main clean rooms capable ofproviding a Class 1000 clean room. The office areas to the front have carpet covered concrete floors,plastered and painted walls, suspended tiled ceilings, perimeter trunking and air-conditioning units. There are a number of service areas throughout Lot 3 housing plant including steam boiler, a diesel tank, water filtration system, air handling units and bunded areas for chemical storage etc. There is a canteen to the rear of the production facility with mezzanine office and storage area.
To the south of Lot 2 is a car parking area which is held on a freehold and restricted long leasehold basis. To the west of Lot 2 is a greenfield area capable of expansion subject to planning permission. This area is fully enclosed with palisade fencing and held on a freehold basis. There is an additional greenfield area to the rear of Lot 3 held on a Freehold basis. Each property is independently serviced and we have been informed that there is an ESB supply of 1,000 KVA transformed down onsit ...