Cathcart Square in Co Fermanagh, home to the county's sole McDonald's restaurant as well as an office development, has been put up for sale by estate agent Lambert Smith Hamptonfor £895,000.
The building comprises of a purpose-built McDonald's dating back to 1999, three adjoining units over two floors with 34 car parking spaces. Cathcart Square has a rent of £72,950 per annum, of which McDonald's pay 65 per cent (£47,500) with the lease to end 28 March 2024, reports belfasttelegraph.co.uk.
Stuart Draffin of Lambert Smith Hampton commented: "There are currently few opportunities to secure medium-term income in Northern Ireland from a covenant like McDonald's and as such we expect a good level of interest in Cathcart Square."
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A Belfast property, part-let to Belfast Tea and Coffee Company Limited, has been put on the market for £800,000 and has already attracted a "high level of interest", according to estate agent Lambert Smith Hampton.
The 10,500 square foot property, located at 103-107 Royal Avenue, comprises of four-storey of retail and office space and has a prime location close to Ulster University and Castlecourt Shopping Centre, reports belfasttelegraph.co.uk.
Martin Mallon of Lambert Smith Hampton said: "The property is very well located close to a number of significant developments in the heart of Belfast city centre and it offers an excellent investment opportunity, with a range of future asset management possibilities."