Main Street, Athboy
Main Street, Athboy
It is with excitement that Quillsen present to the market this amazingly high profile two-storey commercial premises located right in the heart of Athboy, next to the Darnley Lodge hotel, and opposite and adjacent to the other 'institutions' that are Bird's Centra and McElhinneys Menswear respectively.
These fine premises, offering likely the primest pitch in Athboy are set on the Main Street over which the busy N51 is routed. They extend to circa 268 square metres, otherwise 2,885 square feet being laid out across two floors and have a frontage in the order of approximately 11.6 metres. The most recent occupant, a medical GP practice, has relocated just up the street to a specialist healthcare arcade. The premises were compartmentalised to suit the occupiers needs but could be reconfigured to suit most businesses that require a high street presence. Located to the rear of the building is and enclosed yard which provides access to an out-house built into the main building.
In the right hands, these premises offer a world of opportunity.
Viewing recommended and welcome, it is only was seeing it that one will really appreciate all that is on offer here.
Athboy, a thriving and busy town, is located 12 miles west of the county town of Navan and within easy commuting distance of Dublin which lies just 35 miles to the south-east. Athboy's Main Street forms part of the N51 (Drogheda/Mullingar route) which connects to the N52, N2, N1 and M1 routes while Connaught Street forms part of R154 route, thus this high-profile premises benefits from significant passing trade as well as local custom. Other roads from Kells, Dunderry, Kildalkey, Ballivor and Clonmellon also converge locally.
Over the years Athboy has grown and now boasts a wealth of shopping and community facilities, club and amenities to cater for its increased population. These include both primary and post primary schools, supermarkets, pharmacies, a credit union, hotels, restaurants, various shops, craft butchers, numerous public houses, tennis and basketball courts, a health centre, a library, GAA pitches, rugby and soccer pitches together with an array of community and recreational groups.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.