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Maison Real Estate are pleased to offer for sale this investment opportunity comprising seven residential flats and a retail unit in Moy village. The property is currently fully let and producing an income of £2826.66 per calendar month. Please note the property is part of a larger mixed use investment opportunity comprising of 25 properties, three of which are commercial and twenty two residential, all located in the Moy village, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. The portfolio is currently fully let and managed and produces an annual gross rent in excess of £130000pa. Bids welcome individually or as a whole. For more details contact Jeremy at Maison Real Estate on 02887880080.
9 Killyman Street
9a Killyman Street
9b Killyman Street
9c Killyman Street
9d Killyman Street
11 Killyman Street
11a Killyman Street
13 Killyman Street
9, 9a, 9b, 9c, 9d Killyman Street, Moy
The subject properties are situated close to Moy village centre and on the Eastern side of Killyman Street which runs North from the village ‘square’. Killyman Street provides a mixture of small commercial units and terraced houses although the commercial units appear to be converted former housing stock in most cases. We note that a commercial unit adjoins the subject to the south whilst. 'Chapter V' Restaurant lies further to the South. An apartment block (also forming part of the larger subject portfolio) adjoins to the North. Further residential housing is situated North and on the streets which lie to both the Western and Eastern side of Killyman Street.
Site Area: 0.004 hectare (0.01 acre)
The subject comprises a terraced building set over three and a half storeys (including basement and attic level). The building has the appearance of a two storey building with the street facing elevation. Overall, the property is of traditional mortar construction with a roughcast and painted render elevational treatment. The building has been extended to the rear and is set over two separate pitched roof structures with a natural slate finish. Fenestration comprises Georgian style, sliding sash windows to both the Eastern and Western elevations. The property incorporates a retail unit at ground floor with glazed shop front as well as 4 no. residential apartments (1 no. at basement, 1 no. ground floor, 1 no. first floor and 1 no. at attic level). Internally the retail commercial unit is of an attractive specification, particularly suited to its current use as a childrens fashion outlet. A dedicated doorway grants access to the apartments. The entrance way is an attractive timber frame door with glazing above as well as a curved concrete arch over. Concrete steps with metal hand railings lead from the street level to the front door. Internally, the retail unit comprises standard shop fittings. A storage area with W.C is situated to the rear of the main shop floor. A storage area with W.C is situated to the rear of the main shop floor. The residential units are accessed off a communal hallway and stairwell. The communal areas are carpeted with wallpaper finish to the walls and ceiling hung pendant lighting. As noted within the accommodation section below, each flat occupies a separate floor from basement up to attic level. Access to basement flat is via the central stairwell (internally) or via the external storage yard to the rear of the retail unit. In general, the apartments are of basic specification.
11, 11a and 13 Killyman Street, Moy
The subject is situated close to Moy village centre and on the Eastern side of Killyman Street which runs North from the village ‘square’. Killyman Street provides a mixture of small commercial units and terraced houses although the commercial units appear to be converted former housing stock in most cases. We note that a retail unit and upper floor apartments adjoin the subject to the South whilst terraced commercial building adjoins to the North. Further residential housing is situated North and on the streets which lie to both the Western and Eastern side of Killyman Street.
Site Area: 0.08 hectare (0.20 acre)
The subject comprises a mid-terrace two storey building incorporating 2 no. separate apartment dwellings as well as a pre-fabricated (ground floor) apartment set within a concrete yard to the rear of the main building. The yard can be accessed via an alleyway (which also forms part of the subject) underneath 11/11A Killyman Street. We understand the yard also provides car parking provision for the residents of 9 Killyman Street and from inspection there appears to be use of the yard in part by a neighbouring leisure operator. The main building (11/11A Killyman Street) is of traditional mortar construction. The building is set under a pitched roof of natural slate and has a roughcast render to the external walls. Fenestration comprises Georgian style sliding sash windows. A single access point for both 11 and 11A Killyman Street is offered via a large timber door to the Western elevation. The separate ‘Pre-Fabricated’ apartment to the rear is of timber frame construction however has been built onto concrete foundations and benefits from a slate covered pitched roof. The timber elevations have been covered with a stippled effect layer. A P.V.C door gives access to the internal elements of the building whilst fenestration comprises anodised aluminium frame windows. The concrete yard which forms part of the subject is relatively flat in topography however slopes marginally from West to East. The most Eastern portion of the site comprises a grass area.