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Oak Lodge Banbridge

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Oak Lodge is quality development of exceptional 3 bedroom semi-detached family homes. 

Please contact Gerry in the Banbridge office on (028) 406 62206 for further information.


49 Newry Street, Banbridge, County Down, BT32 3EA

Rent (PA) £20,000


Note: This Property has Status: Agreed
  • Type: Retail Unit
  • Status: Agreed


Prime Retail Unit
In The Absolute Heart Of Newry Street
Extending To 1890 sq ft / 175 sq m (gross)

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Brochure Details:

Banbridge is a thriving provincial town on the main A1 route linking Belfast and Dublin. It is approximately 25 miles south of Belfast and 13 miles north of Newry.

The unit is situated in the heart of Newry Street in an absolutely prime pitch. Neighbouring occupiers include Poundland, Gordons Chemist and Shoe Fair Sports.

The unit comes compete with suspended ceiling and fitted lighting, floor covering and slatwall finish. To the rear is a private service yard providing secure private parking.

Shop - 1326 sq ft / 123 sq m
Store - 174 sq ft / 16 sq m
Office - 78 sq ft / 72 sq m

Rent: £20,000 pa (quarterly in advance)
Lease: Length of lease by negotiation
Other: Full repairing & insuring terms
Rates: NAV £27,750 (ground & upper floor combined). Annual rates 2016 / 2017 £15,769.
VAT: The rent is subject to VAT

Viewing: Please ring us to make an appointment at our Banbridge Office: We are open from 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am to 12.00 noon Saturdays. Tel: (028) 4066 2206.

Note: These particulars are given on the understanding that they will not be construed as part of a contract, conveyance or lease. Whilst every care is taken in compiling the information, we can offer no guarantee as to the accuracy thereof and enquirers must satisfy themselves regarding descriptions and measurements.