Forming part of a larger portfolio sale (referred to as Williamson’s Mall), 23 Francis Street, Dundalk (Lot 2) is also on offer as a potential separate lot and should be of specific interest to local and regional investors or owner occupiers due to the property’s high profile location on Francis Street, Dundalk, which is the centre of the town’s CBD and the most sought after location for most professional service providers or bulky goods retailers. Comprising c.4,000 sq ft over two floors and with exceptional street frontage, this commanding commercial property does require some further remedial works, but with a level of refurbishment already carried out only recently.
The property is laid out to suit subdivision (SPP) into multiple units for a developer/investor or is ideal for owner occupation in this much sought-after location with an unrivalled track record for lettings and sales. 23 Francis Street enjoys very high levels of both pedestrian and vehicular passing trade with carparking available in the immediate area.
By prior appointment only with joint selling agents
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We are of the opinion that VAT is not applicable
Dundalk, which is the Administrative capital of the North East and the principal Commercial centre of Co. Louth, is strategically located midpoint between the two capital cities on Ireland’s Eastern Economic Corridor. (ECC). With a growing population of approximately 42,350 persons according to the 2016 Census, Dundalk and its environs encompasses a population of over 110,000 within a 20 Km distance and is home to the highly acclaimed “Dundalk Institute of Technology” and the focus of renewed development through the M1 Corridor initiative.
This strategic location is further enhanced by pivotal infrastructure including the M1 Motorway, an Easterm By Pass (N52), excellent rail services including the “Enterprise”, numerous Port access including deep port at Greenore and superb telecommunications which have made Dundalk a highly desirable location for numerous multi-national companies in International and financial services, Engineering and technology based sectors such as Xerox, PayPal, ABB, Prometric, National Pen, PetSafe, Activas, Warner Chilcott together with numerous home grown indigenous businesses such as Irish Life, Digiweb, Boylesports, Ovelle, Horseware, Intact, Multihog and the Great Northern Distillery, all of which contributes to the town’s local economy.
We understand the entire property is held freehold.