Mulligans, of Sandymount, Dublin 4, and the Glen of Aherlow, of Emmet Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8, are being sold.
As listed on Daft.ie, Mulligans is being sold via Bagnall Doyle MacMahon for €2.5 million.
According to the property’s listing on Daft.ie, Mulligans includes a licensed premises and restaurant fitted out in a traditional but modern style.
Get a FREE Digital Subscription!Enjoy full access to Hospitality Ireland, our weekly email news digest, all website and app content, and every digital issue.
The property is comprised of a lounge bar and restaurant, a small terrace area, a fully fitted and equipped catering kitchen, customer toilets on the ground level, keg and bottle storage areas, other/ancillary facilities on the basement level, and outdoor seating for approximately 40 people.
In total, the property extends to approximately 406 square metres, or 4,370 square feet.
The property’s listing on Daft.ie also noted that Mulligans comes with full planning permission for a new shopfront that, if approved, would incorporate a glazed central bar entrance doorway with floor-to-ceiling folding glazed windows on either side, which would open onto the outdoor seating area, at the front of the property.
Glen Of Aherlow
As also listed on Daft.ie, the Glen of Aherlow, of Emmet Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8, is being sold via Lisney Commercial (Dublin) for €900,000.
According to the property’s listing on Daft.ie, the Glen of Aherlow is comprised of a part two-storey and part single-storey building that consists of a bar and lounge area with a rear smoking area on the ground-floor level, a cold room and stores on the basement level, and a former residence that has been stripped to shell condition on the first-floor level, as well as unused sites to the side and rear, which could be developed with the acquisition of planning permission.
Inny Tavern, Co. Kerry
Additionally, as listed by Daft.ie, the Inny Tavern, of Cillín Liath, Waterville, Co. Kerry, is being sold via the Property Shop, with the price on application.
The property’s listing on Daft.ie notes that it consists of a country bar, shop and residence.
Read More: The Arch Inn Of Co. Donegal Hits The Market
© 2023 Hospitality Ireland – your source for the latest industry news. Article by Dave Simpson. Click subscribe to sign up for the Hospitality Ireland print edition.