The property comprises a two storey late 1970’s building of traditional construction. Internally the ground floor is laid out to provide a large open banking hall, a cash desk and private meeting rooms and offices. The first floor contains offices, a staff canteen and storage space. There is a small yard to the rear, which can be accessed along a laneway that runs behind the parade of shops.
Internal finishes include carpet floor coverings, plastered and painted walls, florescent strip lighting and suspended ceilings. The property is also fitted with cassette air conditioning units and single glazed aluminium windows.
Ballyfermot is an established Dublin suburb located approximately 7 km west of Dublin city. The property is located along the Ballyfermot Road within a busy parade of shops. Adjoining occupiers include Halifax, Londis, Permanent TSB, Paddy Power, William Hill, Xtra Vision, Crowley’s Pharmacy and Thomas Quigley and Co Solicitors.
There is pay and display parking to the front of the bank. The area is well served by a number of bus routes including the No 18, 76, 76A and 78A.
Zoned Z4 “to provide for and improve mixed services facilities” under the Dublin City Council Development Plan 2005-2011.
The property is being let to the Governor & Company of the Bank of Ireland under a new 25 year FRI lease from completion. The lease allows a tenant option to break at the end of the fifteenth year by providing 6 months written notice.