The subject property comprises a three storey detached building of traditional construction with a modern single storey extension. The exterior façade is part cut stone and part red brick. A small car park facility to the side of the building provides the staff with parking facilities.
Internally, the ground floor comprises a bright, open banking hall together with offices finished to a modern specification. The original building features period details such as high ceilings, cornicing and wooden sash windows. The upper floors provide office accommodation.
Enniscorthy is a medium sized town in Co. Wexford with a population of 3,290 (Census 2006). It lies approximately 115 km south of Dublin City, 32 km from New Ross and 23 km from Wexford. It is situated on the N11 National Primary route (Dublin – Wexford) at the junction with the N30 National Primary Route to New Ross.
The property is located in Abbey Square and occupies a high profile corner position opposite An Post. Abbey Square is located beside the River Slaney and offers ample pay and display car parking and features a modern retail and residential development, including SuperValu, Xtra-vision and the Credit Union. Other occupiers in the area include AIB and Warren Estates.
Zoned Town Centre under the Enniscorthy Town & Environs Development Plan 2001.
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.