Brehon House, Main Street, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15


SOLD
For Sale POA

Description

An  excellent opportunity to acquire a commercial investment with excellent profile has arisen in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

Brehon House is located at the eastern end of Main Street in Blanchardstown Village approx. 500 m south west of the Navan Road and Castleknock Road intersection, 12 km west of Dublin City Centre.

It is situated within the environs of Fingal County Council which is the fastest growing local authority area in Ireland. The properties are located directly opposite the SuperValu Shopping Centre in the centre of the village. Blanchardstown Shopping Centre is approx. 1 km south east of Brehon House.

The asset comprises two ground floor retail units extending to a combined area of 478 sq.m with the first floor laid out as a restaurant of 583 sq.m. Both ground floor units are currently let with the first floor vacant. The front elevation consists of glazed shop frontage at ground floor level and a mix of brickwork and painted render finish at first floor level. There is extensive private parking to the rear of the development.


Details

  • For Sale POA
  • Commercial Investment

Features

Highlight 1
Prominent Profile On The Centre Of Main Street.

Highlight 2
Currently Producing €130,000 PA.

Highlight 3
Significant Potential To Increase Rental Income.

Location

- Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

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Senior Surveyor PSP Licence No: 002885-002887

Bryan joined Kelly Walsh as a Senior Surveyor in 2014. He is a qualified Chartered Surveyor and Registered Valuer.

He has over twelve years’ experience in the Irish Property Industry specialising in General Agency and Property Management. During his career to date Bryan has held positions in the Private Residential Tenancy Board, Wyse Property Management and McNally Handy.

Bryan has extensive experience in valuing all asset classes.

Bryan holds a Bachelor of Science in Auctioneering, Valuations and Estate Agency and a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Property Studies, both from Bolton Street. He is a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.