Town Centre, Mohill, Co. Leitrim
15000 sq. ft.
- Available From: Immediately
- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 15000 sq. ft.
A large capacity, residential and mixed-use property, with great versatility, in a great location. The design of this property allows easy adaptability and functionality, for various modern uses, a residential / workplace design with fine architectural features. The property has over fifty rooms, with approximately 30 bedrooms, several large function rooms, and an impressive venue. A currently functional, structurally solid property, that uniquely offers 'large capacity' with great design and versatility. This property is ready to function quickly, for various enterprises, or as an impressive residence. A fast conveyance is possible, with absolutely everything in order legally, no mortgage or liens attached, and sole ownership. There are three main blocks which could be separated for independent use, allowing each block retain access via separate entrances and stairs. Several large reception rooms, may provide for gatherings of large groups, for e.g. for workshops and retreats, with an impressive venue (previously the school chapel), featuring timber ceiling with Art Nouveau stained glass windows. This fine building constructed entirely of stone, with rendered exterior, is fully rewired and replumbed, structurally excellent timber throughout, and benefits from over 60 double-glazed windows. Overall the property has excellent roofing, recently renovated, reslated, cast iron raingoods repaired, the high, timber ceiling of the venue is quite stunning. A large capacity building, of over 15,000 sq feet, on a site of over 50,000 sq feet, with attractive features including: - 50 rooms, 25 double bedrooms, 3 function rooms, modern kitchen, bathrooms, large venue, outbuildings - Wide corridors and big stairwells offer excellent access and development potential for lift instalation - Road frontage with easy access and off-street parking, a very secure and practical location for businesses - Structurally functional with rennovated wiring, plumbing, roofing, raingoods and mature gardens - Proven potential for development, from previously approved planning of 63 apartments on site - Spring Well in rear garden is large capacity at 135,000 litres, quality brick-lined, 6ft diameter x 42ft depth - Fully serviced by mains water, mains sewerage, and electricity with single phase and 3 phase board - Many funding initiatives are possible here, being within the cross-border region and Blueway tourism area - Many helpful and forward-thinking local officials at government level, open to support new ventures here - A very positive social history to this property, which always served the locality well as a school centre - A quality stone building with the charm and warmth of traditional master carpentry features throughout - Excellent architectural design provides versatile functionality, suitable for a wide range of modern uses - The old chapel would function as a magnificent public venue, with impressive Art Nouveau design features - Large double-glazed windows throughout the building add enormous value, most with granite window sills - High ceilings throughout add to the spacious quality of the bright rooms, and the attics are well insulated - Fibre Optic Broadband speeds can be connected here, as there's a fibre optic exchange located next-door - This property is close to national roads and main public transport services, including bus and train services - The town itself provides a complete range of modern convenience services, with local visitor attractions - This property requires only finishing touches, to function attractively for a variety of lucrative enterprises - Off street parking for many vehicles, several large outbuildings for storage, with good privacy and security In recent years, the property served successfully as a residential workspaces facility for visual artists, who hosted various educational workshops, arts and cultural events for the community. The property was designed very well for these kinds of mixed-use enterprises. The property would function perfectly and attractively as a fine retreat centre. An ancient, healing spring well in the rear garden, was always the heart of this property, historically everything here developed around it. These large healing wells are proven to emit very calming energy, which certainly makes this property feel very peaceful to reside and work in. The spring well is brick lined to 42 feet, it holds a large volume of quality spring water at 140,000 litres capacity. The well is a valuable feature of this property, providing potential for commercial uses. The mature gardens provide a great feeling of established sanctuary here, with Liscannor slate crazy-paving, an organic vegetable garden, an old orchard and a glasshouse. Mature trees in the garden include Beech, Maple, Pagoda, Hawthorn and Cherry Blossom. Attractive Beech hedging has been grown around the front gardens, with flower beds of Daffodils, Roses, Bluebells, and native wild plants. Charming architectural features include Italian stone floor tiles, beautiful ceiling roses and covings, antique pitch pine stairways, windows and doors. The spacious corridors provide practical functionality for moving large furniture and for wheelchair access. Spacious stairwells provide potential for installing lift access to upper floors, and a fire escape is installed to the rear. Heating is currently served as it was originally designed to be, by solid fuel stoves and the 14 fireplaces throughout, with a section of the property fitted with modern oil central heating. Electric heaters can also provide adequate heating for rooms that warm up quickly. All chimneys in the property were thoroughly cleaned from top down and are functional. Mohill town is an attractive, friendly and scenic place, providing excellent services and local attractions. Everything here is within walking distance. Mohill offers large hardware stores, large supermarkets, newsagents, hair salons, restaurants, pubs, hotel, guest-houses and garden centre. Services in town include a firestation, GP clinic, Garda station, churches and a modern library. The property is located at the edge of Mohill town centre, in a relaxed and quiet location. Plans for the town currently include development of a tourism greenway, along the old railway line, and a multi-million euro state investment to develop Mohill town infrastructure. Also located in the cross-border region, there are many, regular funding opportunities that the property may benefit from. Local scenic attractions include Special Areas of Wildlife Conservation, many lakes and the magnificent Shannon River. A short commute to many attractions including Jampa Ling Buddhist centre, Argina Mines visitor centre, Unesco World Heritage Geopark, Marble Arch Caves, Lough Key Park, and organic garden centres. Entertainment is provided in Carrick-on-Shannon year round, where arts and culture venues provide quality international shows. The wonderful West of Ireland beach at Strandhill is only 45 minutes drive, and close commutes include Sligo, Castlebar, Westport, Enniskillen, Longford, Roscommon and Cavan. Dublin city is an easy drive via the N4 road, and only 1hr 45mins to the airport. Regarding value for money, this property previously sold twice at sale prices exceeding its current asking price, that is documented, and at one stage was listed for sale at 1.5 million - when planning permission had been approved for the development of 63 apartments on site. This may interest developers who could reapply for similar developments, and this recently proves the development potential here. The mixed-use zoning combined with the architectural design, offers potential for many businesses, e.g. music recording studios, film studios, educational centre, arts and culture centre, government department offices, civil service centre, office blocks, industrial business centre, retail centre. The mature gardens with an ancient, healing spring well, adds special potential for attractive recreational uses, e.g. as a retreat centre, hotel, guesthouse, foreign-student residential facility, or nursing home. Significant additional value, which sets this property apart from others, is a fast, hassle-free conveyance being possible, due to clear freehold title, registered site boundaries, sole private ownership, with no mortgage or liens attached. Meaning businesses can get going quickly here, without typical legal risks and lengthy conveyancy delays. Property postcode is N41 PK30 and Land Registry folio number is LM20139F (folio viewable at LandDirect.ie). During the recent Covid-19 pandemic, this location in county Leitrim, was the least affected region at all times. Viewings strictly by appointment only, the property now functions as a private residence (currently registered as an individuals PPR). Priced to sell, only reasonable offers, close to asking price will be considered, AMV recent valuations and real market sale price history, reflects the good value offered. For viewing appointments and further information, please contact Jennifer by message or phone - the only authorised sales agent. A normal conveyance sales process, will be conducted by solicitors - buyers must employ a registered solicitor.
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