On the instruction of John Healy, liquidator of Ancofer Limited (In Voluntary Liquidation). "Romplas House" is an industrial premises situated on the outskirts of Ballyhaunis in Co Mayo. The building sits on a prime site overlooking the R929 (The Knock Road), c. 800 metres from Ballyhaunis town centre. The property is shown on a site marked on Folio MY40467F and measures c. 0.75 ha / 1.85 acres. The building has steel beam structure with block face externally, and original single glazed aluminum windows still in place. Internally the building is subdivided as follows: Offices: 960sqft (inc. Canteen & Toilets) Production Area: 16,800sqft (inc. racked storage) Spraying Room: 3,380sqft Mezzanine: 2,400sqft Showrooms: 2,300sqft The floor to ceiling heights vary from c. 10ft in office space to c. 20ft in the main production area. The condition of the building would be regarded as fit-for-purpose but possibly requiring modernisation in due course. Services are supplied as follows: Water: Mains Foul: Mains Heating: Electric storage heaters with skylights fitted throughout. Electricity: Three-phase connection with capacity for mass production. The site is zoned for industrial use and the building seems to have remained unaltered since time of original build. The building dates from the 1970s and the current occupiers Western Collection Bathrooms, have traded there since 1996. The premises are used extensively for the production of a range of bathrooms for the hospitality & wholesale markets. Accommodation comprises: Entrance, Reception, Offices (Inc. toilets & canteen) Production Area with open & secure racked storage, Spraying Room, Showrooms, Mezzanine, Delivery & Loading Bay. Externally there is extensive car parking for c. 70 vehicles. There are also two x 40 ft. storage compounds to the side of the main building.