Dundalk House and Carroll House to be sold at auction next month
Two of Dundalk’s most iconic buildings are set to be sold at auction next month.
Dundalk House and Carroll House were part of the former PJ Carroll’s factory on Church Street.
Now part of the Carroll Village development, the two buildings will be sold at the BidX1 online auction on July 10th with a guide price of €750,000.
Dundalk House and Carroll House are described as a substantial mixed use investment comprising a retail unit, four offices and a site.
The two buildings extend to approximately 1,142sqm (12,290sq ft).
The retail unit of Carroll Houseis currently let to Boylan Shoes with the lease expiring in 2026. The first floor office is let to Connolly Kelly Accountants.
There is also a 20 year lease with the Rehab Centre on Dundalk House.
The total current rent is reserved at €62,796 per annum with the vacant possession of two offices.
BidX1 said: “The lot comprises two buildings. The first building is arranged over ground and two upper floors to provide a mixed use building. Internally the property comprises a ground floor retail unit together with first and second floor office accommodation. There are two additional office buildings to the rear.
“The second building is arranged over ground and part first and second floor to provide an office building.”
Further details can be found here.