Beacon Shore Guesthouse Of Baltimore, Co. Cork, Hits The Market
Beacon Shore Guesthouse of Baltimore, Co. Cork, has hit the market via Sherry FitzGerald O'Neill Estate Agent and Auctioneer for €495,000. "A Landmark Restaurant And Guesthouse" Sherry FitzGerald O'...
Beacon Shore Guesthouse of Baltimore, Co. Cork, has hit the market via Sherry FitzGerald O'Neill Estate Agent and Auctioneer for €495,000.
"A Landmark Restaurant And Guesthouse"
Sherry FitzGerald O'Neill's website states, "Beacon Shore Guesthouse is a landmark restaurant and guesthouse premises, enjoying a prime trading location on the square in Baltimore.
"The business is long established and is ripe for a new direction in this iconic West Cork tourist location along the Wild Atlantic Way. The premises comprise a two storey building that is well maintained and has the benefit of a modern shop front."
Property Features And Baltimore Information
Sherry FitzGerald O'Neill's website continues, "The accommodation includes [a] reception area, restaurant, commercial kitchen, lounge, utility and toilet facilities on the ground floor. There are six en suite bedrooms upstairs. The views towards the harbour and the adjacent castle add to the ambience of the property. The premises could easily be adapted into a quality residence.
"There is a yard to the rear that benefits [from] an access from the side road. The property is connected to village services, oil fire central heating, hardwood and PVC double glazed windows.
"Baltimore is well known for its holiday and sailing activities. The pier is the gateway to Sherkin, Cape Clear and the many other attractive islands in Roaring Water Bay."
"An Opportunity To Create A Business In A Prime Location"
Sherry FitzGerald O'Neill's website adds, "Beacon Shore Guesthouse is an opportunity to create a business in a prime location or the perfect base to create a home from which to take maximum advantage of all that this attractive west Cork area offers."
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