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Located in the Heart of the Historical town of Fethard in Burke Street Fethard at Eircode E91FP92
REA Stokes & Quirke are delighted to offer for sale, this centrally located, deceptively spacious Prominent two storey building (large Dormer attic) in the heart of the historic town of Fethard. This long established former Tailors premises offers huge scope for development. This Unique Heritage property has an award winning shop front which won the All Ireland Irish Shop front Award historically, Ua Floinn Tailors Board na Gaeilge Award. The facade forms part of a listed protected structure reg no: 2211033- National Inventory of Architectural Heritage. This building would be perfect for a purchaser with vision who would like to run a business on the ground floor and live overhead it. Early viewing is recommended.
Ground Floor Retail Area: 5.2m x 6.4m- Large feature window facing out onto Burke Street with dressing room thereof, opening to,
Rear Retail Area: 2.6mx 5.5m- Door to maintenance free enclosed back yard with a small shed and outside toilet. Door to,
Office / Workshop: 2.6m x 4.5m -Tiled surround fireplace with solid fuel insert, large window overlooking rear, tiled unit with sink
First Floor: Carpeted staircase and landing
Workshop: 4.8m x 6.7m -Large open plan bright workshop originally in two separate rooms with original sliding timber sash casement windows, tiled surround fireplace, exposed timber
Second Floor: Dormer Section
Attic Room 1: 4.1m x 2.1M- Exposed timber flooring, Velux window to front
Attic Room 2: 6.7m x 3.4m -Exposed flooring, beautiful round head dormer
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Mr John Stokes
REA Stokes & Quirke
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