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Lisney has been instructed to let various units at a major site in Magherafelt.

The first unit to come onto the market comprises more than 41,000 sq ft of warehouse/industrial accommodation, however the site can accommodate various requirements ranging from 1,100 sq ft upwards and would offer the opportunity to gain a significant foothold in a well located and accessible area within Northern Ireland.

With an extremely prominent position offering direct access onto the roundabout off the new A31 Magherafelt Bypass, the property is situated in the heart of mid-Ulster and is in close proximity to both Magherafelt town centre and Cookstown.


Andrew Gawley, Associate Director at Lisney, said:

“This property poses a fantastic opportunity for well-appointed warehouse / industrial space that will appeal to a range of tenants with excellent frontage onto the A31 Bypass.

“The first unit that we have brought to market comprises 41,117 sq ft. We can also offer units from 1,100 sq ft upwards for a number of uses to include trade counter, storage / distribution and Industrial.

“Situated at a prime location in mid-Ulster, the site offers excellent access to the local road infrastructure, with close links to the M1, M2 and A6 road network allowing ease of access to all of NI and Republic of Ireland.”

“Lisney’s most recent research into the local commercial property market showed good interest in industrial properties over the second quarter of the year.

“As the site is so prominent and accessible alternative leisure uses may also be suitable, to include a gym (subject to planning permission).”

A number of the units include overhead cranes of between five and 10 tonnes and the entire site provides a concrete / tarmacadam surfaced shared circulation area with good on-site car parking.

“The existing units fronting onto the new Bypass will be redeveloped in the next few weeks with floor to ceiling glazed frontages ranging from 1,100 – 3,000 sq ft.”

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