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Tuesday 24 April 2018

Revamped unit in city industrial estate on market for €625k

Unit 68 Grange Close, Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Dublin.

Unit 68 Grange Close, Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Dublin.
Unit 68 Grange Close, Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Dublin.

Tara Fitzsimons

JOINT agents William Harvey & Co and Weir & Conway are offering Unit 68 Grange Close, Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Dublin, for sale.

The property is available to purchase with an asking price of €625,000, which equates to about €43 per sq ft.

Unit 68 is described as an "attractive" detached industrial warehouse property comprising approximately 1,348sqm (14,510 sq ft) situated on a self-contained and gated site of around half an acre.

The property has been extended and improved including the addition of modern metal cladding to the facade.

The extension has a double-skin, metal-deck roof and there is a generous forecourt yard area which is concrete surfaced.

The warehouse floor has a clear internal height of 6.4m, and loading access is provided via two full-height grade loading doors.

The two-storey offices of 3,714 sq ft and staff facilities have been extended and now include a trade counter and showroom. They are finished to an "excellent" standard and finishes typically include plastered and painted walls and ceilings, fluorescent strip box lighting, floor coverings, part air conditioning, power and data cabling and double-glazed windows and access doors. Security shutters are provided to the ground floor windows and to the front of the trade counter area.

The property is situated on the western side of Grange Close within Baldoyle Industrial Estate, 12km north-east of Dublin city centre and 7km from the junction of the M1 & M50 Motorways.

Harveys say there is "excellent" public transport nearby with the Howth Junction DART station accessible directly from Baldoyle Industrial Estate via a public pedestrian laneway located at the junction of Grange Parade and Grange Way in the south-west corner of the estate.

Occupiers in the immediate area include Grange Builders Providers, Mylan and Tom Walsh Motors.

Unlike most other industrial locations in Dublin, Baldoyle Industrial Estate has a very low vacancy rate.

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