Molloy’s, 10 Main Street Roscommon Town has been brought to the market by joint agents Quinn Agnew and Sherry Fitzgerald P. Burke. The subject property currently trading as Molloy’s Mace/Carry Out Off Licence comprises a three-storey building with ancillary stores and a large car park to the rear. The Molloy Family has been trading as a grocery store on Main Street since 1922. The property would suit a wide variety of users, including small department stores and similar style retailers. The retail space on the ground floor currently extends to circa 350m² and the large site area to the rear provides the opportunity to significantly increase this retail footprint. A property of this type would also suit an occupier looking for presence on Roscommon’s main retail thoroughfare. Adjacent retailers include Bank of Ireland, Heatons, Xtra-Vision and Paddy Power. The site is zoned C ‘Primarily Town Centre Uses’ and has major development potential due to the large site (c.0.6 acres) and rear access. P Burke of Sherry Fitzgerald feels that ‘the prominent position of the subject property in the town will be of significant interest to developers or owner/occupiers seeking to capitalise on the growth in the general area.’ The joint agents are guiding in excess of €1.85 million with the property being offered by Public Tender on Thursday 19th of June 2008. Full information is available from joint agents Sherry Fitzgerald P. Burke telephone (090) 66 27200 & Quinn Agnew telephone (01) 6623113.