11 Earl Street (Ground floor, basement unit, first floor and second floor - Due to Relocation) is strategically situated in Dundalk's central retail district, sandwiched between Clanbrassil Street and Park Street, which make up the poles of Dundalk’s retail thoroughfares.
The building occupies a high profile location facing Dundalk's newly renovated Market Square.
Neighbouring occupiers include Tony McDonnell Menswear, RockSalt Cafe, McKenna Man, and Dealz to name a few.
The location boasts unrivalled access and transport facilities with the main bus station only a stone’s throw from its location and the Dundalk train station is 10 minutes walk away.
Prime trading position on Dundalk's only pedestrianised street
Basement, ground floor, first floor and second floor retail opportunity
Rear entrance leads to Market Square
Back yard storage
BER: E1 BER No.800568768 Energy Performance Indicator:740.26 kWh/m²/yr 2.15 kWh/m²/yr
Ground Floor Retail Area c.1,000 sq.ft
Yard Area c.287 sq.ft
Garage/Workshop c.513 sq.ft
Basement c.294 sq.ft
First Floor Storage c.783 sq.ft
Second Floor Storage c.783 sq.ft
Located on Earl Street which is adjacent to Dundalk's Town Square
Viewing is strongly recommended by prior appointment with sole selling agents DNG Duffy 042 935 10 11.
Keith Duffy MIPAV, MCEI
M:00353 87 4185904
M: 003535 86 1452347
The property is located on the prime pitch within Dundalk Town Centre. Dundalk has a wider population of over 42,000 and is located between Dublin and Belfast both within 50 minutes drive.
The town benefits from strong transport links via the M1 motorway , Earl Street is Dundalk only pedestrian street with a list of strong retailers including local independent and multiple retailers, and national retailers such as McKenna Man, Pamela Scott, Riva Restaurant, Dealz, Tony McDonnell Menswear & Mint Jewellers to name a few.
Under the Dundalk and Environs Development Plan 2009-2015, the property is zoned Town Centre Retail. The aim of this zoning objective is to protect and enhance the vitality and viability of the town centre as the primary retail core of the town.