Building near Cork Courthouse for sale

New to market in central Cork city is a corner building looking across the street to Cork Courthouse.

This was formerly the office of solicitor Val Turnbull, but as he has merged his practice with Fiona Foley in Ballincollig, he is now selling the premises.

It is located on the intersection of Washington Street, Courthouse Street, and Washington Street West, opposite the Courthouse Chambers.

Nearby occupiers include Centra, Domino’s and Four Star Pizza, as well as a number of legal and professional service firms.

The property certainly benefits from volumes of passing traffic and high footfall. It is also obviously, a desirable location for anyone connected with the legal profession or its servicing.

Extending to approx 297 sq m (3,200 sq ft) over three floors plus an attic, the property is not listed, and thus may be suited to any number of alternative uses.

The building sports a traditional red brick façade with two access doors. Ideally it could use some internal modernisation. Cohalan Downing has a guide price of €450,000 on the building.

Details: Cohalan Downing 021-4277717.

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