The property comprises a substantial two-storey end-of-terrace period building of mixed masonry construction with a cut stone façade under a pitched slate roof. To the rear of the property is a single storey flat asphalt roof extension and staff car park, which is accessed via the public car park. Internally at ground floor level there is a rectangular shaped modern banking hall to the front with ancillary office accommodation to the rear. The first floor is of more traditional finish comprising ancillary office, storage and staff canteen. There is a small laneway to the side of the bank linking with the public car park on Castle Street.
Roscrea is a market town in Co. Tipperary located approximately 124 km southwest of Dublin and approximately 30 km west of Portlaoise. It is located off the M7, the main arterial route to Dublin City. The population of Roscrea is 5,896 (Census 2006). The property is located on the northern side of Castle Street opposite the junction with The Mall. Nearby occupiers include Irish Nationwide,
Sherry Fitzgerald and Tesco. There is an extensive public car park to the rear of the property.