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18 May 2022

Former Offaly creamery and bungalow hit the market for €250,000

Former Offaly creamery and bungalow hit the market for €250,000

Former Offaly creamery and bungalow hit the market for €250,000

John Coyne Estates is offering a former creamery in Edenderry for sale alongside a three-bedroom bungalow.

The site on the Dublin Road in Edenderry measures in the region of 0.35 acres and is zoned R3 - Residential, mixed residential and other uses in the Edenderry Local Area Plan 2017-2023. 

The property is well located on the Dublin road with Dublin less than an hour away. Edenderry is a town that is currently experiencing rapid growth and this property is ideally situated in a high profile location. 

The former creamery building to the front of the site was previously granted planning permission (now expired) for Commercial/Office use but offers great potential for both commercial and residential uses, subject to necessary planning permission.

The property is in a state of disrepair but it has been maintained by its current owners and features include: concrete and timber floors, double glazed pvc windows to the front, previously had 3-Phase power, open plan, etc. The floor area is in the region of 300 sq.m./3,228 sq.ft.

The family home to the rear of the site is a well presented 1960s bungalow with all mod cons. Accommodation consists of: kitchen, sitting room, three bedrooms and bathroom. The upstairs storage area is ideal for further accommodation. There is a private garden to the rear.

The creamery and house are being sold together with a price of €250,000. 

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