Dublin's Former Plough Pub Hits The Market

By Dave Simpson
Dublin's Former Plough Pub Hits The Market

The property formerly occupied by The Plough pub in Dublin City centre has hit the market with a guide price of €650,000.

The property is comprised of two interconnecting four-storey over-basement buildings at 28 Lower Abbey Street and 109 Marlborough Street in the capital.

Ongoing Regeneration

According to The Irish Times, Emma Coffey of estate agency Lisney expects that there will be significant interest in the property due to the ongoing regeneration taking place in the area.

The Irish Times quotes Coffey as saying, "The development of the Clerys Quarter on the site of the former Clerys department store, the completion of the new Moxy Hotel on Sackville Place and the planned redevelopment of The Abbey Theatre are just a few changes taking place in the area surrounding the subject property. The opening of the Luas cross-city line has also made Lower Abbey Street and Marlborough Street more accessible to pedestrians and commuters."

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