- For sale
The property comprises a Grade B2 Listed Building originally constructed in the late 1950s. The property is arranged over five storeys and formerly comprised offices on all floors.
The ground floor benefits from its own access to Waring Street at the front of the property with the upper 4 floors accessed from the west side of the building. The external walls are of prefabricated concrete cladding with a steel and reinforced concrete structure.
The upper floors of the building is served by a passenger lift from the foyer which serves all floors.
The building also benefits from 2 no. internal staircases at the West and East sides of the building, again serving all floors.
The property benefits from 7 no. car parking spaces to the rear of the building accessed via a small laneway along the eastern boundary of the property.
The property comprises a broadly level site which is shown for identification purposes only outlined in red on the Spatial NI extract.
A portion of the property’s demise is occupied by the Royal Ulster Rifles Museum (hatched red on the extract) and has been sold off on a long lease to The War Department (999 years from 1 May 1962 at a peppercorn rent), with a right of pedestrian access from Waring Street.
The net site area is approximately 0.29 acres (0.12 hectares), notwithstanding the right of way over the laneway to Waring Street.