Ballycastle is a coastal town approximately 55 miles North of Belfast and 18 miles North East of Coleraine. The town serves a large rural community and offers a good level of local amenities. The area benefits from a busy seasonal trade and is popular with holiday makers particularly during the summer months. The town also hosts a popular ferry service to Rathlin Island. Nearby occupiers to the subject include Ulster Bank, Our Dolly Restaurant and Central Bar.
The property comprises a former bank premises situated in a prominent position in the heart of Ballycastle Town Centre. Also included to the rear is a former managers dwelling which provides an excellent refurbishment/redevelopment opportunity (subject to planning).
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Former Bank Premises
4,503 sq ft (418.33 sq m)
The main bank building is accessed directly of Ann Street and is of brick/block construction with the external walls rendered and painted. Internally accommodation includes the former banking hall as well as a range of ancillary offices, strong rooms and staff facilities which are suitable for a range of uses subject to obtaining the relevant statutory consents.
The former dwelling sits adjacent and is accessed via a separate entrance from the car park. The accommodation includes 4 bedrooms, a large reception room and a kitchen / dining area. Door access leads to a large elevated garden which can also be accessed via a garage from the front car park. The dwelling requires extensive refurbishment / redevelopment to bring to a modern standard.