The bank comprises a three storey period building to the front with a single storey extension to the rear. The ground floor comprises an open plan retail area with private meeting rooms and offices directly off the public area. The upper floors are mainly laid out as office space with a staff canteen located on the first floor. In addition there is a small yard to the rear. Internal finishes include a mix of carpet and tile floor coverings, plastered and painted walls and fluorescent strip lighting. Other notable features include impressive ceiling heights on both floors, ornate plaster finishes in
the retail area and sash windows.
Longford is the principal town of County Longford. The town is located on the main Dublin to Westport route, approximately 120 km from the capital and 132 km from Westport. Longford is also located on the Dublin to Sligo route of the Irish Rail network. The property occupies a high profile position along the Main Street, which is primarily commercial in character with numerous shops, restaurants, public houses and banks nearby. Adjacent occupiers include Ladbrooks, Xtra Vision, Spar, EBS Building Society, AIB and Supermacs.