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‘Thriving Wexford supermarket and adjoining home is on the market with a price tag of €575,000’. Gorey Guardian. 30/01/23.

Percival’s Daybreak Ballycanew

A thriving supermarket that has been at the heart of Ballycanew for 85 years has been placed on the market with a post office and adjoining home for €575,000.

‘Percivals Daybreak’ Ballycanew has been serving the local and wider community since it was established in 1938. Upgraded in 2005, this premises now comprises a Daybreak convenience store, an ‘An Post’ retailer and a Glen Fuels service station. The thriving business has now been brought to the market by vendor Quinn Property and could interest anyone seeking an excellent business opportunity.

The property is located in a prominent position in Ballycanew along the main Wexford to Gorey road (R741), and sits in close proximity to Gorey and popular coastal destinations such as Courtown, Cahore and Poulshone. It offers a unique opportunity to acquire a mixed-use holding comprising a substantial commercial premises and an adjoining two storey residence with a large yard and stores to the rear, extending to c. 0.25 of an acre. There is also an option to acquire a further c. 0.23 acre adjoining site with large store to the rear by private treaty.

On overhead view of the property

The commercial property is in excellent condition throughout and provides a vibrant and high profile retail premises to any prospective buyer. It briefly comprises of a Daybreak convenience store offering a varied selection of grocery products, as well as a hot and cold deli, takeaway tea/coffee, fresh pastries, solid fuel, Post Office facilities and a Glen Fuels Filling Station. Upstairs serves as a private office, while there is a large storeroom, cold room, fuel shed and toilet facilities to the rear. A generous yard serves as a customer/staff car park and delivery/loading area. 

Meanwhile, the four-bedroom residence adjoining the commercial section is bright, spacious and presented in reasonable condition throughout. There is a large tarmacadam yard and parking area to the side. On the ground floor, a main hall leads to a living room, a sitting room and a dining room, along with a kitchen with fitted units, an electric cooker and a gas hob. There is also a utility room and a W.C. on the ground level. The first floor comprises four bedrooms, a dressing room, a W.C. and a large bathroom.

This property in the heart of north Wexford has received a large amount of interest according to Sales Negotiator at Quinn Property, Jack Quinn.

“We have received several expressions of interest from local businesspeople. There has also been interest from established retailers from further afield.”

This article was written by Amy Lewis and can be accessed here.

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