Five Irish Pubs Hit The Market
Five Irish pubs have hit the market.
The former Dicey Reilly's bar and music venue on Holborn Street in Sligo town, Co. Sligo, is being sold via DNG Ford Flanagan for €400,000.
The property's listing on dng.ie states, "This is a town centre location within the main financial/legal district of Sligo. There is ample public parking adjacent to the building in the Connaughton Road surface car parks. This is an ideal town centre location."
The property's listing continues, "The building comprises a total floor area of 1,027 sqm (11,054 sqft) over five floors. The property has fire escape stairs on both Markievicz Road & Holborn Street. There is an open mezzanine running through the middle of all the floors as the property was designed & finished as a music venue.
"The sale is subject to VAT."
The property's listing adds, "Wood & tile floors. Walls finished in natural stone with exposed red brick. The ground floor can be accessed from Markievicz Road & Holborn Street. There are two separate bar areas at this level."
Bailieborough Licensed Premises
A licensed premises on Main Street, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, is being sold via Peter Murtagh Chartered Surveyors, Auctioneers & Agents.
The property's listing on petermurtagh.ie states, "Landmark residential business premises zoned town core. A key investment and development opportunity with vacant possession incorporating:
"Sky bar and night club with seven day licence - an exciting vibrant modern facility with bars, VIP area, kitchen, toilets, cold room, storages and ancillaries embracing about 600 sq. m / 6,456 sq. ft.
"Shop unit - 30 sq. m / 323 sq. ft with display window.
"Shop unit - 111 sq. m / 1,194 sq. ft with two display windows.
"Overhead accommodation of about 484 sq. m / 5,208 sq. ft over two floors with separate street level hall doors."
Milford Bar And Lounge
A bar and lounge in Kilbolane, Milford, Co. Cork, is being sold by Ted Sheehan Auctioneers for €300,000.
The property's listing on property.ie states, "This is a well-managed bar and lounge, situated in the centre of Milford village. It has recently allowed outdoor drinking and dining. Presently has the advantage of a kitchen. There is the main bar c.53sq.m. with air condition and timber stove, fixed seating. Lounge extending with separate entrance extending to C.130 sq. m. with bar and air condition and access to kitchen c.30 sq. m. with fully modern, compliant, and up to date layout (may not be included). Ladies and gents toilets. Store rooms. Keg room. Upstairs lounge/kitchen, three bedrooms and bathroom. Outside - bar under cover and yard with tables and seating. Garden. Separate entrance.
"This pub has enjoyed exceptional business in the present crisis, and for the last number of years, and is renowned for the quality of its produce, and is well-geared for the future."
The Glenside pub of Killeshin, Co. Carlow, is being sold via DNG McCormack Properties Carlow.
The property's listing on dng.ie states, "DNG McCormack are delighted to present the opportunity to acquire a landmark public house, The Glenside in Killeshin, or it can be sold as a development site of c. 2.75 acres.
"The property is also available for lease with guide rent available from agent.
"This historic and well-renowned business and its beautifully presented six-bedroom residence comes to the market in great condition throughout. Originally built in 1760, the property has been owned, operated and lovingly maintained by three generations of the same family for the past 120 years.
"The commercial premises extends to c.663 m² and comprises of public bar, lounge, large function room, smoking area, meeting room, and basement. It is an official Sky Sports venue for GAA, Premiership, darts, and rugby. The function room is a popular venue for the local community and beyond to host family celebrations, shows, fundraisers etc.
"The six-bedroom residence and private gardens are truly a delight. Extending to a spacious 174 m², the house has been decorated with flair and boasts modern finishes throughout, including a gorgeous kitchen. A sunroom extension and patio area provide a bright haven from which to enjoy the stunning landscaped gardens, with their attractive array of mature trees and shrubbery. The entire is situated on approx. three acre site which also benefits from a range of sheds and stores, some of which have potential for conversion subject to planning.
"Killeshin is a vibrant and growing community situated just three minutes' drive from Carlow town. A new primary school, busy community centre, and active sports clubs make this a wonderful location for family life. More details available from agents."
The Swan Inn
The Swan Inn of Crettyard, Co. Laois, is being sold by DNG McCormack Properties Carlow for €335,000.
The property's listing on dng.ie states, "DNG McCormack are delighted to present the opportunity to acquire a landmark public house, The Swan Inn in The Swan, Co. Laois.
"Originally built in 1900, this historic and well-renowned business and its beautifully presented 6-bedroom home comes to the market in great condition throughout. The six-bedroom residence and the walled private garden are well maintained. The residence comprises of living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, six bedrooms (two of which are en-suite) and a family bathroom.
"The commercial premises comprises of split level public bar/lounge, ladies WC, gents WC.
"The Swan is a small village in County Laois. The town is served primarily by the pub, and a community centre. Other community amenities include an outdoor playground and playing pitches. The Swan is ideally located near the borders of Co. Laois and Co. Kilkenny and is only a 15 minute drive from the town of Castlecomer which is home to Castlecomer Discovery Park which is an 80-acre activity park with walking trails, kids' play areas, fishing lakes and a canopy walkway. Castlecomer also has a host of amenities including primary schools, secondary schools, pubs, restaurants, churches and a whole lot more."
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