Dublin pub J&M Cleary has hit the market with a guide price of €2.75 million.
Located on the capital's Amiens St., the property, the former name of which, The Signal House, is mentioned in Joyce's Ulysses, was acquired by the Cleary family in the early 20th century and was frequented by Irish historical figures Michael Collins and Harry Boland, who were a friends of Jim Cleary and held a number of meetings at the property to plan rebellious actions.
Scenes for the movie Michael Collins, as well as for The Commitments and Term of Trial, were shot on the premises in the latter half of the 20th century.
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The venue includes a bar, lounge and restaurant kitchen, and is being sold along with retail and residential investments.
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