WESTERN WAY, DUBLIN ROAD, CARRICK-ON-SHANNON, CO. LEITRIM N41 HX23 Leitrim
- Development Land
HIGH PROFILE THREE-STOREY OFFICE BUILIDNG WITH POTENTIAL FOR OTHER USES INCLUDING RETAIL & RESIDENTIAL, SUBJECT TO CONSENT
APPROX. 0.8 HECTARES — APPROX 4,992 SQ.M. (53,773 SQ.FT.) GROSS INTERNAL FLOOR AREA
The landmark, Western Way building occupies a superb, high-profile position on the N4/Dublin Road with circa
120 m road frontage. The location is sought after given its close proximity to Town Centre, Marinas, Rosebank
Retail Park (Tesco, Woodies, Sports Direct, 3Mobile, Boots, Honestly Farm Kitchen, Esquires and coming
soon, McDonalds) together with ALDI, Homesavers, Tusla, Trail Blazers, VOBE, Circle K, Centra, Prior PLM
Medical and King & Moffatt Building Services directly adjacent.
Carrick-on-Shannon is known as Irelands largest inland boating centre with extensive public & private marina’s
and excellent access to the Shannon-Erne Waterway System, which links two river systems, north and south
of the border.
In addition to Public & Private Marinas, there are a number of boat hire companies (Emerald Star, Carrick
Craft, Shannon River Cruises) and a host of water sports & angling activities available on the Shannon. Board
Failte have invested heavily in promoting waterways tourism on the Shannon and Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands.
Carrick on Shannon is a most progressive and vibrant county town on the River Shannon that benefits from
large tourism numbers to the Public Marina’s, Cruise Ireland, Moon River Cruises, Irelands oldest Rowing Club
which hosts Regattas, People’s Park, Costello Chapel, The Dock Performance Centre, St George’s Heritage and
Visitor Centre, access to the nearby Blueway, Kayaking as well as several hotels (Landmark Hotel, Bush Hotel,
Cryans Hotel), self catering accommodation and a host of bars, restaurants and café’s.
Carrick-on-Shannon is also home to the IDA Business Park, VistaMed, Avant Card, Prior PLM Medical, King
and Moffat, Cora Systems, and a host of smaller Irish companies.
Western Way is less than 3 km from Carrick-on-Shannon Train Station which serves the Dublin to Sligo train.
Western Way comprises a large three-storey landmark office building that occupies a high-profile position on
the N4 Dublin Road. There is under croft car parking for over 33 large cars and storage space at rear of the
ground floor plus surface car parking spaces at the front of the building.
The office block was built in 2006 and its design could allow for office or retail use on the ground floor. The
property has glazing in place but is mainly in shell and core condition pending retail/office fit out.
There is a main reception area and large lobby in the centre of the building with two centre stairways,
two lifts and a comms room plus area for toilets and services. There are two other stairways up through the
front of building that can allow for subdivision of the floors. The ground floor has excellent floor to ceiling
height and could be split up into four smaller retail/ office units if required, ranging from two front units
311 sq.m. (3,347 sq.ft.), a rear left unit 335 sq.m. (3,605 sq.ft.) and a rear right unit 381 sq.m. (4,101 sq.ft.).
The first floor has six internal stair cores and two lifts servicing the building. The front and rear office
block is divided by a large roof garden that runs the full width of the building. There could be potential
to create a large terrace garden area in this space or even look to enclose it with a glass roof subject
to planning permission. The two floor plates can be divided into three or four offices if required.
The second floor is also split into two offices overlooking the first-floor roof garden, each office has
a lift core and three internal staircases as well as two roof gardens on either side of the office.
FLOORS SQ.M. SQ.FT.
Ground Floor 1,358 14,617.4
First Floor 1,733 18,653.8
Second Floor 1,048 11,280.6
Total 4,139 44,551.8
There are numerous amenities in Carrick-on-Shannon, for example: the Public Marina, Butler’s Marina, Emerald Star Line, Shannon River Cruises, Moon River Cruises, Cruise-Ireland.
The Landmark Hotel, Bush Hotel, Cryans Hotel, Carrick Plaza Suites, and The Courtyard Apartments.
Nearby attractions include The Shed Distillery – home of Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin, Drumshanbo Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey and Sausage-Tree Pure Irish Vodka.
The Dock Arts Centre, Drumhierny Woodland Hideaway, Arigna Mining Experience, Lough Key Forest Park and Strokestown Park House, Gardens & The National Famine Museum, Creevelea Friary, Costello Chapel.
The Hive – Technology Enetrprise Centre – office space, training rooms, co-working.
Aura Leisure Centre, St. Mary’s GAA, Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada,
Carrick On Shannon RFC, Lough Key Triathlon Club, Electric Bike Trails.
SIRO, the broadband network wholesaler, recently announced Carrick-on-Shannon
as the latest town to benefit from full broadband roll-out.
“General Lands which may be considered suitability for a wide variety of mixed uses
which support those of the Core, where the environmental impact of the proposed
development on neighbouring uses will be a determining factor.”
Planning permission was granted in March 2002 for a detached building of approx. 448 sq.m. (4,822 sq.ft.) to the right of the property but this planning has expired.
We understand that the property is Freehold.
We understand that VAT will be charged on the property transaction.
The property benefits from usual amenitie with electricity and water supply.
Mr Peter Collins
Collins LLP Solicitors
Carrick on Shannon
Tel: 071 96 20882
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