The Historic Riverside House, sitting proudly on Tower Hill, has undergone a major transformation and is now on the market.
The building – an important part of Armagh’s history – has been given a fresh lease of life by Milford-based KMG Performance.
Once the headquarters of the Southern Group Environmental Health Committee, Riverside House, had been earmarked for a new physiotherapy centre back in 2017.
Now Maison Real Estate, who are marketing the property, say the complex is ideally suited for health care, fitness and wellness professionals to collaborate in the one space.
Built in 1844 this unique building expands over two storeys and has multiple rooms suitable for various uses available to rent.
The ‘Riverside House’ building is located to the rear of Armagh’s Tower Hill Hospital and boasts ample parking space.
Riverside House was, in fact, the old infirmary which served the Armagh Workhouse. It fronted on to Tower Hill, the infirmary located to the rear of the site – Riverside House as it later became known.
Nearby was built, in 1844, a fever hospital.
If you are interested in renting this property, contact Maison Real Estate, or call into their office on Abbey Street, Armagh.
They are also marketing Unit 1A at 56 Scotch Street, Armagh.
The premises are situated in the City Centre in the main shopping precinct; the premises consist of a spacious ground floor area (25.12 sq. m). First floor consist of seven offices and stores (231.68 sq. m), covering total floor area (256.8 sq. m). This would make a good headquarters for a company.
Scotch Street is a popular shopping/office street, it would be of great interest to either business. Benefiting from a public car park to the rear of the property this attracts the foot-fall to Scotch Street. To express your interest in this property please contact a member of Maison’s Armagh Branch on 028 3751 5949.