Commercial unit metres from the heart of Cork city

Barry Auctioneers and Valuers is currently offering for sale a centrally located commercial unit in Cork city. This is a single storey mid-terrace property located at 16 Anglesea Street.

The main attraction for this unit is its central location. It is positioned within 400 metres of South Mall, one of Cork city’s main business areas and on a busy thoroughfare close to Anglesea Street Garda and Fire Stations.

It is next door to Keohane’s Gala shop and close to a host of restaurants, bars and businesses with views across the street to the nearby Elysian building.

While currently vacant, the agent says that the property is in good physical condition.

Commercial unit metres from the heart of Cork city

The current layout consists of a retail area to the front with offices and a store room behind. There are two toilets and a small yard to the rear.

The property measures 116.7 sq m (1,256 sq ft) and Kevin O’Sullivan at Barry’s is seeking offers in the region of €140,000.

For further information call 021 427 9677.


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