Five Irish Pub Properties Hit The Market
Five Irish pub properties have hit the market.
Ballyhaunis Pub Property
A pub property on Bridge Street, Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo, is being sold via APP Kirrane Auctioneering.
The property's listing on property.com states, "APP Kirrane Auctioneering are delighted to offer for sale this magnificent property in a prime central location with ample free parking close by. This stunning property offers ground floor cafe and bar with seven day liquor licence, fully equipped kitchen, toilets and well-presented seating area. Rear access for suppliers and private access into the residential accommodation offering kitchen, bathroom, sitting room and five spacious bedrooms. The property is in very good habitable condition and is an ideal business to live and work from. There is the possibility to rent out the bedrooms on a short term or long term basis.
"Ballyhaunis is a working town with major businesses including Western Brand, Dawn Meats, Cashels, Grass Care, EPS, Homecare, Bpod to mention just a few. A variety of shops, service providers, reliable train service Westport-Dublin and bus service. The town has a lot of passing traffic with Knock Shrine only 15 minutes away, Ireland West Airport, GAA Centre of Excellence, Cloonfad Scenic Walks, Clarmorris, Castlerea and Dunmore.
"Fantastic opportunity to develop a thriving business in a friendly and busy town. For further information please make direct contact. Viewings by appointment with APP Kirrane Auctioneering."
P. Cullen pub of Main Street, Collooney, Co. Sligo, is being sold via Gerard Clarke & Sons Porperties.
The property's listing on property.ie states, "On the instructions of the owners who are retiring from the business, we are delighted to offer for sale the above premises, located in the prominent town of Collooney, Co. Sligo, located only 12km from Sligo town.
"The entire property is very well presented and offers an excellent opportunity for those in search of an existing business which also offers lots of potential. Collooney with presently has only two pubs is a busy trading town and this premises is renowned as a well-run premises.
"It has OFCH, CCTV system and also alarmed.
"Ground floor comprises of bar/large lounge area, kitchen, cold room, cleaning room, ladies & gents toilets, exit doors to the rear. 1,917 sq. ft."
The listing adds, "First floor comprises of large storage area and bathroom.
"There is a rear entrance for deliveries and storage unit with a garden."
The Bottleneck pub of 5 Mardyke Street, Athlone, Co. Westmeath, is being sold via O'Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers Limited.
The property's listing on property.odonnjoyce.com states, "For sale by live stream auction, Friday 17th September, 2021, at 12 noon.
"Remote bidding only on the day - you must pre-register on our website, with bidder security fee paid by Wednesday 15th September, 2021.
"Prime investment property/business. Located in the most prominent street in Athlone, Mardyke Street, the heart of the town. A much sought-after location adjacent to Athlone town centre and Golden Island shopping centre. The property is presented in good condition and includes a bar with a full seven day bar licence. The ground floor is a public bar and the first floor has the potential to convert into accommodation or make a large commercial kitchen to use in conjunction with the bar."
The Boree Log
The Boree Log of Lissycasey, Co. Clare, is being sold via auction via DNG O'Sullivan Hurley Property & Financial Services at 12.30pm on September 17, 2021.
The property's listing on dngosullivanhurley.com states, "The property is located at the start of Lissycasey village, fronting onto the N68 Ennis to Kilrush Road. Lissycasey is located approximately 10 kilometres west of Ennis town centre. The property is on its own site with large parking areas to the side and rear. The Boree Log is a detached single storey premises extending to approximately 260 sq. m and consists of a large lounge area, front bar, kitchen, and male and female toilet facilities.
"Large commercial building on a large commercial site in the heart of the west Clare village approx. 10 minutes from the town of Ennis. Former licensed bar and restaurant. Viewing can be arranged, strictly by appointment with sole selling agents."
The listing adds, "Large parking area to the side with ample space for a large number of vehicles."
Charlestown Pub Property
A pub property on Chapel Street in Charlestown, Co. Mayo, is being sold via O'Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers Limited.
The property's listing on property.odonnjoyce.com states, "For sale by public auction on Friday 17th September, 2021.
"Remote bidding only on the day - you must pre-register on our website, with bidder security fee paid by, Wednesday 15th September, 2021.
"Former bar with overhead accommodation along with 1.6 acre site - being sold as one lot.
"Viewing times to be confirmed.
"Terraced building which formally traded as The Connaught Bar. The building extends to a former ground floor public bar with overhead residential accommodation consiting of three bedrooms, living/kitchen and a main bathroom. The property requires upgrading throughout but has the potential to provide an excellent investment property. Upgrading works have commenced in the Bar area and full completion works are required."
The listing adds, "Folio MY6299 comprises of circa 1.6 acres of land which is positioned within close proximity to the local railway line."
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