A prominent building located at the entrance to the N4 Axis Centre in Longford town is on the market with a price tag of €160,000.
The building, Block C of the development, is a three-storey mixed use property with 574 square metres (6,178 square feet) of floor space, which is split into two retail units on the ground floor, and four office units on the upper floors.
Both retail units feature their own dedicated entrances at the front of the building, while the office accomodation is accessed via a stairway and elevator which are located in a ground level lobby.
One of the retail units previously traded as Pizza Hut, and posesses all the necessary fittings and planning permission to trade as a restaurant or take-away outlet.
The property also has the benefit of a dedicated surface level car-park and is suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning permission.
The N4 Axis Centre is situated on the western outskirts of Longford town, which features a range of well-known anchor tenants, such as Argos, Homebase, Halfords, Carphone Warehouse, McDonalds, Esquires Coffee Company, and Maxi Zoo.
Dublin firm CBRE and local auctioneers Quinn Brothers are the joint agents for the building, which is being offered with vacant possession.