Large home with warehouse and offices in Lydican
Located on a slip road on the busy N18 which links Claregalway to Oranmore via Carnmore, this property at Lydican Woods is ideally suited to a logistics/distribution business. The M6 motorway, Galway city, Claregalway, and Oranmore are all easily accessible from this location.
The property, which is being sold in one lot, comprises a five bedroom dormer house with large concrete yard and warehouse with ancillary offices to the rear. The house measures approximately 170sq m and overlooks a front garden, with similar size garden to the rear. There are four double en suite bedrooms, three upstairs and one on the ground floor. The other single bedroom is on the ground floor. A kitchen, living room, dining room, and master bathroom complete the ground floor accommodation.
The warehouse in the rear yard has been constructed with steel portal frames with precast concrete and block walls to part height. The unit is finished with vertical cladding to full height with a modern Kingspan type over. Access is by a laneway to the side of the house and through a secure gate. The eaves height in the warehouse is 6.3m with a clear height of 5.8m. The total area is approximately 512sq m, comprising approximately 349sq m of warehouse floor and approximately 163sq m of two storey offices. There are four steel roller doors to the front elevation, measuring 5m height x 4.8m width, on to good concrete yard areas of approx 0.3 acre. The two storey offices are laid out in a basic standard with open plan and cellular offices finished with painted block work and suspended/plastered and painted ceilings.
Viewings can be arranged through joint agents BV Commercial or CBRE.
The BER of the industrial buildings is C2 on cert no 800158032, with an energy performance indicator of 233.56 kWh/sq m/yr. The house has a BER of E2 on cert no 105121750, with an energy performance indicator of 371.58 kWh/sq m/yr.
Best and final offers to be submitted to BV Commercial, 28 Glenrock Business Park, Ballybane, Galway, by no later than 4pm on Monday September 30.