Commercial unit on the western edge of Cork City

A new Audi car showroom has opened 100 metres away, and a new filling station, shop and food complex is nearing completion directly across the way – so what new use now for this Ardarostig, Bandon Road Cork property?

Set just on the western suburban edge of Cork city by the western ring road flyover and Ballincollig bypass, and on the main N71 to West Cork, this adaptable commercial property runs to over 4,000 sq ft, on a site of 0.39 of an acre next to a Topaz filling station, primarily serving in-bound traffic.

Across the way, the former William O’Brien crane hire site is at final fit-out stage as a two-storey filling station to serve west-bound traffic.

Just by the N40/N71 junction with access to Bishopstown, a new Blackwater Motors Audi showroom has opened in recent weeks, on the site of the former Heaton-Buckley builders providers.

Selling agents for this stand-alone commercial building (pictured) are Cormac Sherry and Edward Hanafin of Lisney, guiding €295,000 for the two-storey property with overhead offices.

Previous uses included wine retail warehouse and car sales. It is built of concrete block and metal clad walls with extensive glazing to the front/showroom area, and there’s excellent parking.

Details: Lisney 021-04275079


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