|Address||Commercial Unit, Rooney Road, Kilkeel|
|EPC Rating||EPC Rating|
Located on the western side of Kilkeel Harbour, Unit 1 occupies a prominent position at the entry to the Harbour Estate, directly opposite the Nautilus Centre and beside Kilkeel Seafoods. The property is within 5 minutes walk of all the main town centre ammenities as well as the Binnian Enterprise Park and Rockwell Collins Manufacturing facility. Presently occupied by FS Wheels, the property is fitted out and fully operational as a a Tyre and Auto repair centre. The main workshop, storage areas and offices at ground floor level have a total area of approximately 1,720 sqft, while at first floor level further storage, kitchen, WC and ancillary office space delivers an area of approximately 1,291 sqft. In addition, the property also includes an adjoining concrete yard of circa 3,000 sqft with double gate accessing on to the Rooney Road. This property presents a unique opportunity to acquire a well maintained commercial facility in one of Northern Ireland’s busiest commercial ports.
Kilkeel is a busy seaside town and the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Mourne. With a population of over 7,000, Kilkeel is a bustling place located 18 miles from Newry and 13 miles from Newcastle, County Down. Situated along the east coast of Northern Ireland between Belfast and Dublin, it is within just 20 minutes drive time of the busy Warrenpoint Port and approximately 1 hour from the main Belfast Sea and Airports also.
Kilkeel has for many years welcomed global industry, including aircraft component manufacturer Rockwell Collins, a huge employer within the locality. Kilkeel is a very busy fishing port with the establishment of the harbour in the 1850’s. The Harbour Estate has grown significantly since then and developed right up to the recent introduction of pontoons, which has increased the capacity for smaller fishing boats. The harbour at Kilkeel thrives with the province’s largest fleet, and is busiest during landings and in the fishmarket auction time. There are fish-processing factories, trawler repair and new build facilities dotted around the harbour, making it one of the regions most vibrant hubs for commerce and trade.