Type: Commercial

Unit 22, Courtyard Shopping Centre, Letterkenny

Located on the Letterkenny Main street, the courtyard shopping centre has a variety of retailers, spread over 3 floors the centre has a few larger stores including Heatons and Easons, unit 22 can be found on the middle floor opposite the main entrance to Heatons. Available for immediate occupation

  • c. 650 sq ft
  • separate w/c
  • separate kitchen
  • currently partitioned into 2 large rooms with storage area to rear
  • Rates: €2010.68 approx
  • Management fees: €1,272.06 plus VAT per quarter
  • €5,200 per anum / €435 per month in advance, and a €1000 deposit.

Proposed Retirement Village, Ballyliffin, Co.Donegal

Subject to Planning Permission

Positioned in the heart of the picturesque coastal village of Ballyliffin, this c. 4 acre site which includes a substantial residential property, is being offered for sale providing a unique opportunity for a Retirement Village subject to Planning Permission. Draft plans for the Retirement Village are available, however operators themselves will of course have a desire to design and plan their own scheme. With Irish people now living longer it is widely accepted that care for the elderly is an area of growth nationwide.

POA

Local Area Guide Video: www.franklins.ie/area-guides/inishowen

 

  • Proposed retirement village
  • C. 4 acre site
  • Village centre location
  • Subject to Planning Permission

 

From the main street proceed in the direction of the Strand Hotel and proceed on the Carndonagh road for 150 metres and the site will be found on the left hand side (just after Nancy’s Barn)and identified by our For Sale sign.

The seaside village of Ballyliffin is renowned for its choice of Hotels (4), excellent golfing facilities and beautiful local beaches. Just 2 hours from Belfast and 45 minutes from Derry, Ballyliffin is easily accessible with some of the finest local scenery close at hand.

Pollen Beach walking distance / Ballyliffin Golf Course c.3 mins / Derry City Centre c.45 mins

46 – 48 Upper Main Street, Buncrana, F93VN51

Prominent Main Street location

Available from 1st September, this prominent unit enjoys a highly visible presence with extensive street frontage (which is unusual for the Main Street). Extending to some c. 1500 sq. ft. including storage areas to the rear, the unit would be suitable for a variety of uses. An appointment to view is strongly recommended.

Local Area Guide Video: www.franklins.ie/area-guides/inishowen

 

  • Extensive street frontage
  • 1,500 sq ft + storage units to the rear
  • Suitable for number of uses
  • Electrical shutters to front
  • Rates payable €3,585.52 per annum

 

From Buncrana’s West End proceed on the Main Street for approximately   50 metres and the unit is located on the right hand side identified by our ‘To Let’ board.

Buncrana, the largest town in the Inishowen Peninsula, is positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana just 14 miles from Derry City and 27 miles north of Letterkenny. With a population of some 7000, the town has much to offer in terms of shopping, sporting and recreational amenities:-

Churches: Christchurch, St. Mary’s Oratory, St. Mary’s Church Cockhill, Star of the Sea Desertegney

Schools: St Oran’s N.S., St. Mura’s N.S., Scoil Iosagain, St. Joseph’s N.S., Gaelscoil Bhun Chrannacha, Crana College and Scoil Mhuire

Shopping: In addition to Buncrana’s long Main Street the town has also been boosted in 2007 with the creation of Ardravan Square which, like the Main Street, offers a variety of independent shop traders plus Supervalu, Aldi & Lidl providing the local residents with a good selection of local, national and international produce.

Restaurants/Bars/Hotels:  Buncrana has three hotels, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Lake of Shadows and The Harbour Inn, as well as a wide variety of bars and restaurants both on the Main Street and within a 2 mile radius – notably The Drift Inn Bar & Restaurant, The Beach House Restaurant, The Ubiquitous Chip Restaurant and O’Flaherty’s Bar

Beaches: Being positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana is blessed with some beautiful long sandy beaches namely – Lisfannon, The Shorefront, Porthaw and Stragill.

Sports: Buncrana has several local, well run sports clubs offering soccer, GAA, boxing and golf.

The Rusty Nail, Crossconnell, Clonmany, F93R927 (Video)

Landmark Bar & Restaurant

Currently rented with the lease coming to an end in June 2018, The Rusty Nail is being offered for sale with a full 7 day publicans licence. Trading successfully for some 50 years the Bar & Restaurant is positioned at the foot of the Urris Hills, just 5km from Clonmany village. Surrounded by outstanding natural beauty close to Mamore Gap the Bar & Restaurant is at the heartbeat of this close knit community with its great food and roaring fires providing a warm welcome to all its customers. Described as a ‘Hidden Gem’ on the Wild Atlantic Way website it’s also worth noting that an extra c.0.5 acre plot has been recently acquired to the rear of the property which provides additional opportunities for the new owners.

Local Area Guide Video: www.franklins.ie/area-guides/inishowen

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Front Bar; Open plan seating, fireplace with open fire, bar counter, tiled floor, opening to;

Restaurant; Split level flooring, open seating

Gents Toilets; 4 urinals, 3 cubicles, wash hand basin, hand dryer

Ladies Toilets; 3 cubicles, wash hand basin, hand dryer

Rear Bar; Open plan seating, timber flooring, fireplace, half paneled walls, dart board, pool table

Kitchen; Fully fitted commercial kitchen (buyers should note that some appliances are owned by the existing tenant)

Preparation Room; Walk  in cold store

Stairs to first floor

Open plan Kitchen/Living room; Modest range of wall and base units, fireplace with solid fuel burning stove

Bathroom; 3 piece suite

Storage room 1

Storage room 2

 

  • Landmark bar & restaurant
  • Successful trading history
  • Full 7 day Publicans Licence
  • Living/staff accommodation over
  • Additional c.0.5 acre site to the rear

 

The name of Clonmany, in Irish – Cluain Maine has been translated as both “The Meadow of St. Maine” and “The Meadow of the Monks”, with the former being the more widely recognised translation. The village is known locally as “The Cross”, as the village was initially built around a crossroads. Clonmany has four primary schools, Clonmany N.S. (with a new state of the art school), Scoil Naomh Treasa (also known as Tiernasligo N.S. locally), Scoil Phádraig at Rashenny, and Scoil na gCluainte, or Cloontagh National School. Most students from these schools go on to attend secondary level education at Carndonagh Community School in Carndonagh, with most of the remainder attending Scoil Mhuire or Crana College in Buncrana. Clonmany is host to the annual McGlinchey summer school, which attracts many visitors to its exhibitions and lectures on local history. Another attraction is the Clonmany festival, held annually during the week of the Irish August public holiday. The Clonmany Agricultural Show and Sheepdog Trials takes place on the Tuesday of festival week, with visitors from all over Inishowen and the Northwest of Ireland.

 

Unit 3, Letterkenny Shopping Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, F92NY89

One of the best trading locations in Letterkenny

Superbly positioned commercial property located at the entrance of the Letterkenny Shopping Centre. Immediately on the left and directly opposite Tesco. A glorious ‘once in a lifetime’ commercial opportunity to capitalise on the enormous footfall of the international retailer. The shopping centre also hosts one of the highest turnover Penneys stores in Ireland, together with a large number of multiple and successful independent retailers. The premises measure some 800 sq ft plus a small stock room. Interested parties are welcome to inspect the premises without an appointment but are requested not to engage staff.

Local Area Guide Video: www.franklins.ie/area-guides/letterkenny

 

  • 16 years unexpired leasehold
  • New sublease
  • Rates payable €7,000 per annum
  • Service charge to Harcourt Developments €7,900 per annum

 

Letterkenny takes its name from the Irish Leitir Ceanainn meaning ‘Hillside of the O’Cannons’ – the O’Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tir Conaill. Letterkenny is the county’s principal town providing the necessary commercial, retail, social and economic facilities.

There is a large 8 screen cinema complex in the town plus the popular An Grianan Theatre. Behind the latter is the Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre. The Letterkenny Shopping Centre is the largest centre in the county with leading multiple and individual retailers.

The main schools are Educate Together N.S., Scoil Mhuire Ghan Smal N.S., Ballyraine N.S., Woodlands N.S., Glenswilly N.S., Scoil Colmcille N.S., St. Eunans College, Loreto Convent, The Vocational School, Coláuste Ailigh and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology.

 

Franklins property details are intended as a guide only and do not form part of a contract, nor are they guaranteed. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any information contained therein, measurements, structural condition and boundaries. Franklins are not chartered surveyors. Prospective buyers are recommended to employ their own surveyor/architect for independent guidance and advice.

 

Ardravan Square, Buncrana

Vacant commercial unit in prime location

Positioned in the corner of Ardravan Square, with a free 150 vehicle carpark on the doorstep, this vacant c.1300 sq ft commercial unit would suit a variety of businesses.

 

  • Currently vacant
  • New lease to be created
  • C.1300 sq ft (13ft x 10ft)
  • Frontage onto Ardravan Square
  • Free parking
  • Rates €3,817.17 p.a.

 

From the Lower Main Street in Buncrana turn left into Ardravan Square and proceed to the bottom of the street. Turn right into the car park and the vacant unit is positioned in the top corner next to MABS and identified by our To Let sign.

Buncrana, the largest town in the Inishowen Peninsula, is positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana just 14 miles from Derry City and 27 miles north of Letterkenny. With a population of some 7000, the town has much to offer in terms of shopping, sporting and recreational amenities:-

Churches: Christchurch, St. Mary’s Oratory, St. Mary’s Church Cockhill, Star of the Sea Desertegney

Schools: St Oran’s N.S., St. Mura’s N.S., Scoil Iosagain, St. Joseph’s N.S., Gaelscoil Bhun Chrannacha, Crana College and Scoil Mhuire

Shopping: In addition to Buncrana’s long Main Street the town has also been boosted in 2007 with the creation of Ardravan Square which, like the Main Street, offers a variety of independent shop traders plus Supervalu, Aldi & Lidl providing the local residents with a good selection of local, national and international produce.

Restaurants/Bars/Hotels:  Buncrana has three hotels, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Lake of Shadows and The Harbour Inn, as well as a wide variety of bars and restaurants both on the Main Street and within a 2 mile radius – notably The Drift Inn Bar & Restaurant, The Beach House Restaurant, The Ubiquitous Chip Restaurant and O’Flaherty’s Bar

Beaches: Being positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana is blessed with some beautiful long sandy beaches namely – Lisfannon, The Shorefront, Porthaw and Stragill.

Sports: Buncrana has several local, well run sports clubs offering soccer, GAA, boxing and golf.

 

Franklins property details are intended as a guide only and do not form part of a contract, nor are they guaranteed. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any information contained therein, measurements, structural condition and boundaries. Franklins are not chartered surveyors. Prospective buyers are recommended to employ their own surveyor/architect for independent guidance and advice.

Derry Road, Carrigans, F93XE7K

Positioned directly on the border with Northern Ireland

Formally the old Customs Post, this c.0.5 acre plot is the first site inside Co Donegal when approaching from Derry. The unit which extends to over 6000 sq ft over two floors has up until recently been used as a gym but with little modifications would suit a variety of other uses.

 

  • Former customs post
  • 0.5 acre plot
  • 6,000 sq ft unit
  • On the Donegal/Derry border

 

From Carrigans village proceed in the direction of Derry and the site will be found on the right hand side right on the border and identified by our For Sale board.

 

 

 

 

1 – 4 McCarter Road, Buncrana

For sale off plans

Prominently positioned along McCarter Road in the town centre and directly opposite the Health Centre these 4 new commercial units come to the market offering centrally located commercial space in the town centre. Varying in size from 44 sq. mtrs to 65 sq. mtrs the units are all on the ground floor and would suit a variety of commercial uses.

http://www.atlanticwayapartments.com

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Prices from €95,000 – €115,000

Unit 1 – 53 sq. mtrs – 622 sq. ft. €110,000

Unit 2 – 65 sq. mtrs – 700 sq. ft. €115,000

Unit 3 – 44 sq. mtrs – 473 sq. ft. €95,000

Unit 4 – 50 sq. mtrs – 538 sq. ft. €100,000

 

This proposed new development is located along McCarter Road next to Duffy’s Pharmacy and easily identified by our For Sale sign.

Buncrana, the largest town in the Inishowen Peninsula, is positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana just 14 miles from Derry City and 27 miles north of Letterkenny. With a population of some 7000, the town has much to offer in terms of shopping, sporting and recreational amenities:-

Churches: Christchurch, St. Mary’s Oratory, St. Mary’s Church Cockhill, Star of the Sea Desertegney

Schools: St Oran’s N.S., St. Mura’s N.S., Scoil Iosagain, St. Joseph’s N.S., Gaelscoil Bhun Chrannacha, Crana College and Scoil Mhuire

Shopping: In addition to Buncrana’s long Main Street the town has also been boosted in 2007 with the creation of Ardravan Square which, like the Main Street, offers a variety of independent shop traders plus Supervalu, Aldi & Lidl providing the local residents with a good selection of local, national and international produce.

Restaurants/Bars/Hotels:  Buncrana has three hotels, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Lake of Shadows and The Harbour Inn, as well as a wide variety of bars and restaurants both on the Main Street and within a 2 mile radius – notably The Drift Inn Bar & Restaurant, The Beach House Restaurant, The Ubiquitous Chip Restaurant and O’Flaherty’s Bar

Beaches: Being positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana is blessed with some beautiful long sandy beaches namely – Lisfannon, The Shorefront, Porthaw and Stragill.

Sports: Buncrana has several local, well run sports clubs offering soccer, GAA, boxing and golf.

Derry Road, Carrigans, F93 XE7K

Positioned directly on the border with Northern Ireland

Formally the old Customs Post, this c.0.5 acre plot is the first site inside Co Donegal when approaching from Derry. The unit which extends to over 6000 sq ft over two floors has up until recently been used as a gym but with little modifications would suit a variety of other uses.

Guide rental on application

 

From Carrigans village proceed in the direction of Derry and the site will be found on the right hand side right on the border and identified by our to let board.

45 Upper Main Street, Letterkenny, F92K167

Prime, centrally located commercial premises with good car parking area to rear

To Let €25,000 p.a.

A most appealing period style commercial property of 2745 sq ft situated in the heart of Letterkenny’s main commercial thoroughfare. The property is mainly on two floors with a small office and storage area to the second floor. A significant private car parking area is extremely beneficial given the central location of the premises. Neighbouring traders include Dillan’s Hotel with its multi-storey car park, Lifestyle Sports, Magee’s Pharmacy, Superdrug and The Post Office. The premises were formerly used as a bank, turf accountant and office premises and are currently vacant and available for immediate occupation.

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Ground Floor; 100.4 sq metres – former banking hall, 2 offices, strong room & kitchen

First Floor; 100 sq metres – 7 offices with ancillary space

Second Floor; 55.5 sq metres – 2 offices, store room

(Room dimensions & internal images to follow)

 

  • Appealing period building
  • Town centre location
  • Private car parking area
  • Abundance of office space
  • Rates payable €7,641.89 p.a.

The property is located on Letterkenny’s Main Street on the left immediately before Dillon’s Hotel.

Letterkenny takes its name from the Irish Leitir Ceanainn meaning ‘Hillside of the O’Cannons’ – the O’Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tir Conaill. Letterkenny is the county’s principal town providing the necessary commercial, retail, social and economic facilities.

There is a large 8 screen cinema complex in the town plus the popular An Grianan Theatre. Behind the latter is the Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre. The Letterkenny Shopping Centre is the largest centre in the county with leading multiple and individual retailers.

The main schools are Educate Together N.S., Scoil Mhuire Ghan Smal N.S., Ballyraine N.S., Woodlands N.S., Glenswilly N.S., Scoil Colmcille N.S., St. Eunans College, Loreto Convent, The Vocational School, Coláuste Ailigh and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology.

High Road, Letterkenny, F92AC60

Prime, centrally located commercial premises 

To Let – €17,500 p.a.

Formerly an insurance broker’s office (with ancillary office space), these modern premises extend to c.2,637 sq ft over two floors. The premises are located a short distance from Upper Main Street/Port Road and therefore within easy walking distance of all the main amenities of the town. The property benefits from concrete bison slabs to the first floor providing good soundproofing. The premises would be suitable for many occupations/trades and we recommend your early appointment to view. NB: Many internal walls are of stud partitioning and the interior could therefore be easily reconfigured. Neighbouring traders include McGettigans Hotel, Warehouse Bar/Restaurant, The Courthouse, Permanent TSB and the town centre itself with extensive car parking facilities.

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Glazed double doors to;

Open Plan Area; 8.60m x 6.10m

Corridor; 6.48m x 1.35m

Office 1; 4.70m x 3.55m

Office 2; 4.72m x 2.39m

Kitchen; 3.65m x 3.06m

Cloakroom/WC: 4.97m x 1.07m

Stairs to first floor (also accessed via a side door & 2nd staircase);

Office 3; 6.36m x 3.96m

Office 4; 5.04m x 3.12m

Office 5; 5.05m x 3.10m

Kitchen; 4.36m x 2.98m

Bathroom; 2.11m x 1.84m

Shower Room; 1.28m x 1.20m

Rear Lobby; 1.20m x 1.00m with access to external balcony

 

  • Ample office space
  • Fully glazed frontage
  • Good town centre location
  • Bison concrete slabs to first floor
  • Rates payable €3,907.80 p.a.

 

 

Turning into the High Road, adjacent to McGettigans Hotel, the premises will be found after about 150 metres on the left hand side.

Letterkenny takes its name from the Irish Leitir Ceanainn meaning ‘Hillside of the O’Cannons’ – the O’Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tir Conaill. Letterkenny is the county’s principal town providing the necessary commercial, retail, social and economic facilities.

There is a large 8 screen cinema complex in the town plus the popular An Grianan Theatre. Behind the latter is the Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre. The Letterkenny Shopping Centre is the largest centre in the county with leading multiple and individual retailers.

The main schools are Educate Together N.S., Scoil Mhuire Ghan Smal N.S., Ballyraine N.S., Woodlands N.S., Glenswilly N.S., Scoil Colmcille N.S., St. Eunans College, Loreto Convent, The Vocational School, Coláuste Ailigh and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology.

Culdaff Filling Station, Culdaff

Leasehold business opportunity…..

Representing the only petrol / diesel forecourt in the village of Culdaff this high profile site measures c.0.5 acre with extensive frontage. Having ceased trading since early 2017, the forecourt includes 3 double sided fuel pump terminals, 2 of which are under a canopy, plus an automated car wash and service bay area. The convenience shop measuring 1700 sq ft includes a deli counter and external customer toilets. Previously trading under the ‘Go’ and ‘Gala Express’ umbrellas the lease agreements have now expired allowing an opportunity to renegotiate with a potential new operator.

From the village of Culdaff proceed in the direction of the Cara Bay development and the Culdaff Filling Station will be found after 100 metres on the left hand side.

Culdaff is a popular seaside village positioned in North Inishowen. Being home to a large quantity of holiday properties the village see is a huge influx on a seasonal basis and this coupled with the domestic business makes Culdaff a busy seasonal village.