One of Armagh city centre’s most recognisable buildings is up for sale.
The building is known as Morrow House and is home to Decorbrite gift and home centre.
And offers are being invited in the region of £500,000.
It is only the building which is being advertised for sale and is currently being marketed by Lambert Smith Hampton.
Decorbrite is owned by the Morrow family from Killylea and this year they mark 50 years in retailing. It must be stressed that the business will be “unaffected and will be continuing to operate”.
The property boasts over 8,000 sq ft of retail space over two floors.
But there is also potential for further retail opportunities in addition to the existing business.
The leading estate agency tasked with selling the building says the property “benefits from rear storage space which provides scope for further retail accommodation depending on an end user’s requirements”.
There is also car parking to the rear too.
The address of the three-storey property is actually given as Scotch Street.
But it is described as being in a “prominent and highly convenient” corner location, sitting as it does where Scotch Street meets both Market Street and Thomas Street.
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