Commercial Site, Kilmead, Athy, Co. Kildare

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€135,000

Commercial Site For Sale
52,751 sq. feet (4,901 sq. metres)

Contact Name: John J Dowling
Phone: 045 482189

Agent:
Dowling Property

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Property Description

Dowling Property is delighted to present to the market, this high profile commercial site located in the village of Kilmead. The site extends to c.1.21 acres and originally had a grant of permission (file no. 05618) for a petrol station and retail shop. The site now contains an incomplete building which was to form the retail shop.

The site enjoys extensive road frontage and is contained within the slow speed limits of the village. With the sites history, we now believe this site would be suitable for a number of uses all subject to fresh planning approval. The site is clearly marked out with stud railing and is a perfect rectangle in dimension.

The site is elevated and enjoys a commanding position on the main Kilcullen - Athy road (R418) with a high volume of passing trade. There are 2 commercial businesses on the opposite side of the road and the village population is increasing day by day. We believe this to be an excellent opportunity and one not to be missed!!!

FEATURES
* High Profile Site
* Previous Planning Permission Granted in 2005
* File No. 05618
* Site Extends To C.1.211 Acres
* Elevated Position
* Partially Built Retail Premises On Site
* Stud Rail Boundary Fence
* All Services Adjacent To Site
* Suit A Number Of Different Uses (S.T.P.P.)
* Extensive Road Frontage
* Excellent Access To M7/M9

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