For sale by online auction on 18th February 2020 via Youbid.ie
This former AIB branch enjoys a prominent corner site on Thomastown’s Market Street and Low Street.
Thomastown is a busy market town, located approximately 18km from Kilkenny City and 40km from Waterford City and is easily accessed from junction 10 on the M9 Motorway. Thomastown has an array of craft shops and cafes/restaurants and is serviced by Bank, Credit Union, Primary and Secondary Schools, Supermarkets, Chemists, etc. The famous Mount Juliet Estate and Golf Club is located closeby only 5km away. Thomastown also hosts a railway station providing rail services to Dublin/Waterford many times a day.
The property is a compact 19th century building needing renovation but its handy size makes it suitable for a host of uses, nice personal office, art gallery, studio, or general retail.
The ground floor accommodation offers the front sales room with an office to the rear and a store room, formerly the comms room. There is also a ladies w.c..
Upstairs there are two offices, a kitchen and a gents w.c. There is an emergency exit to the rear to the street through an adjoining yard.
Grid Supplied Electricity
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REA Boyds Sinead Dawson
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