06 Oct 2022

Graiguecullen Village Centre in Carlow to go under the hammer with a guide price of €900,000

The half-acre site includes a convenience store and forecourt with petrol pumps trading as Amber

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Graiguecullen Village Centre, Church Street, Carlow

The Graiguecullen Village Centre in Carlow provides an annual income of €105,430 from a diverse range of income streams and will go under the hammer as part of BidX1’s October catalogue. 

The half-acre site includes a convenience store and forecourt with petrol pumps trading as Amber; a take-away unit; 5 x apartments, and an office unit let to the OPW.

With all but a retail unit tenanted, the lot will go under the virtual hammer with a guide of €900,000.

The lot comprises two buildings. The first building is arranged over ground floor only to provide a filling station, retail unit and forecourt with 4 x petrol pumps.

The second building is arranged over ground and first floors only to provide a ground floor office unit and retail unit together with 5 x two bedroom apartments overhead. 

Jonathan Fenn, Director at BidX1, said: "Interest in the October catalogue has already kicked-off; Clontarf Hall in Limerick, the Graiguecullen Village Centre in Carlow and an apartment with panoramic sea views in Sandymount are some of the highlights."

BidX1 is a pioneering digital auction house providing buyers and sellers with a powerful, worldwide, online trading platform. 

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