Four pub properties in the Dublin area are being sold.
Leeson Street Lower Property
A property on Dublin's Leeson Street Lower is being sold by Bagnall Doyle MacMahon, the website of which states offers an opportunity to purchase a property with established bar, restaurant and nightclub use.
The property's listing on bdmproperty.ie states that that offers in excess of €2.75 million are being sought for the property, which consists of number 67 Leeson Street Lower and the rear of number 68 Leeson Street Lower, and is a four-storey over basement property that extends to approximately 858 square metres, or 9,249 square feet, and includes a basement main bar with an outdoor terrace, a hall floor bar and toilets, a first floor bar/restaurant and kitchen, second floor stores and toilets, and a top floor owner’s apartment.
The property's listing on bdmproperty.ie adds that it formerly traded as both The Stoneleaf, Bar and Terrae and Buck Whaley's nightclub.
Dún Laoghaire Property
O'Neill's of 17 Upper Georges Street, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 HP60, is being sold via Lisney.
According to the property's listing on lisney.com, offers in excess of €800,000 are being sought for the property, which the listing states represents an opportunity to purchase a well-appointed traditional style licensed premises that includes a lounge/function/restaurant accommodation.
The property's listing on Lisney.com adds that its existing business has experienced year-on-year growth over the past three years.
Enniskerry Road Property
The Golden Ball licensed premises of Enniskerry Road, Kilternan, Co. Dublin, D18 TP30, is also being sold via Bagnall Doyle MacMahon.
The property's listing on bdmproperty.ie states that it is a two-storey traditional style licensed premises, the existing tenant of which of which, Farmer Brown’s, is currently operating on a 10 year lease that started on 20 March of 2019 and that has a break clause in March of 2024.
The property's listing on bdmproperty.ie adds that it includes a ground floor lounge and catering facilities, toilets, a pool room, a private function area, a self-contained bar area, keg and bottle storage areas, two first floor private function rooms, a first floor office, first floor stores, a south facing terrace and approximately 20 car parking spaces, and that it extends to approximately 960 square metres, or 10,333 square feet, and occupies a site of approximately 0.20ha or 0.49 acres.
The listing also states that the property is presented in excellent condition throughout.
Finally, Boland's licensed premises of number one, The Hill, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin is being sold via Bagnall Doyle MacMahon as well.
The property's listing on bdmproperty.ie states that currently a drink only business is generated in the premises, and that it offers an opportunity to purchase a large licensed premises that has the scope to develop a substantial food and drink business that is in line with the continuing development of the area in which the property is located.
The property's listing on bdmproperty.ie adds that it has a full seven-day publican's license, all main services are available to it, and it is being offered for sale as a going concern and its buyer will be required to company with current TUPE employee transfer legislation.
The property's listing also states that Bagnall Doyle MacMahon is advised that the property is held freehold.
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