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Bank Of Ireland Raheny

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566 Howth Road, ,
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Description

The building comprises a single storey purpose-built bank branch of concrete construction under a flat roof. To the rear there is a large car park which accommodates 14 cars. Internally the branch is laid out as a rectangular shaped banking hall with ancillary offices and staff canteen areas to the rear. The branch benefits from suspended ceilings, fluorescent lights and air-conditioning throughout.

Location

The property is located on the Howth Road approximately 8 km north of Dublin City Centre close to the other major urban centres of Killester, Dollymount and Artane. The bank is located at the intersection of Howth Road and St. Assam’s Road and enjoys extensive road frontage and visibility. Nearby occupiers include Windsor Motors, An Post and the local public library.

The DART station in Raheny allows quick and easy access to the city centre, complemented by the many bus routes that serve the Howth Road.

Title

Freehold

Address: 566 Howth Road
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Country: Ireland
Property Id : 18909

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