Four Irish pub properties have hit the market.
The Snooty Pig
The Snooty Pig of 62/63 O'Brien Street, Tipperary town, Co. Tipperary, is being sold via DNG Liam O'Grady Auctioneers, Estate Agents & Property Management for €250,000.
The property's listing on ogradyauctioneers.ie states, "Excellent residential 7 day licensed premises for sale by private treaty.
"DNG O Grady Auctioneers are delighted to offer this well known substantial property to the market. Steeped in history, this iconic Tipperary pub offers huge potential, and is a rear opportunity to take over a successful and popular landmark. 'A place where old friends meet & new friends are made', this authentic Irish pub is a prime investment, and excellent opportunity for those in search of an existing premises with further development potential. The Property is available to commence trading immediately.
"The property comprises a residential/7 day licensed premises and comfortable living accommodation contained in a two bedroom apartment attached, which huge potential for further development to the rear of the property.
"The ground floor comprises of a bar, two Lounges, and a pool room, all benefiting from a ladies and gents toilets, with a large smoking area to the rear with direct access to the street and is connected to a lounge together with ladies and gents toilets; store room with cold room and large external smoking area.
"Residential accommodation is situated on the first floor and comprises of: living area/kitchen; 2 bedrooms; bathroom.
"Features: well known traditional pub; for sale as seen; excellent condition throughout; town centre location; oil fired central heating.
"Bar 22'8" (6.91m) x 16'8" (5.08m).
"Snug 8'4" (2.54m) x 8'7" (2.62m).
"Lounge 13'4" (4.06m) x 25'2" (7.67m).
"Gents toilets 11'4" (3.45m) x 5'2" (1.57m).
"Womens toilets 6'11" (2.11m) x 12'3" (3.73m)
"Lounge 2 12'6" (3.81m) x 13'5" (4.09m).
"Pool room 15'7" (4.75m) x 11'10" (3.61m).
"Apt kitchen/living space 21'5" (6.53m) x 13'3" (4.04m).
"Bedroom 1 9'6" (2.9m) x 8'10" (2.69m).
"Bedroom 2 12'11" (3.94m) x 9'6" (2.9m).
"Bathroom 6'3" (1.91m) x 4'2" (1.27m)."
The Limit Bar And Restaurant
The Limit Bar and Restaurant of West Port, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal, is being sold via Daragh Heraghty Auctioneers, Estate Agents and Property Specialist.
The property's listing on property.ie states, "Landmark circa 7000 sq ft commercial premises located on the Wild Alantic Way, previously the Limit Bar and Restaurant.
"Full clean 7-day license for sale of intoxicating liquor both on and off the premises.
"2 floors over vaulted basement bar.
"Ample parking in central location.
"Building, fixtures, and fittings in superb condition.
"Recent extensive renovations include new roof, windows, doors, and heating.
"The premises are centrally located in the historic town of Ballyshannon, overlooking the Erne Estuary. Ballyshannon is a thriving business and tourist centre and is often referred to as 'Ireland's oldest town'. The town has close links with the Irish rock/blues guitar Legend Rory Gallagher who was born in the town. The Rory Gallagher International Festival annually attracts thousands of fans from around the world to the town, which also has various other festivals throughout the year, including a traditional folk festival.
"Accommodation and features include: ground floor bar; 1st floor bar; stone arched cellar bar; toilets (female/male/disabled); staff changing facilities & WC; cool room; kitchen; dry stores; office; large enclosed yard; adjoining site with potential for further development."
Jet O'Carroll's Bar
Jet O'Carroll's Bar of 32 William St. Listowel Co Kerry, Listowel, Co. Kerry, is being sold via Horgan Properties.
The property's listing on property.ie states, "High profile licenced premises with residential overhead for sale as a going concern. Located in the town centre, this is a popular local pub with a strong sports orientated 7 day trade. It is fully compliant with all relevant licences in place. There is front and back access and residential accommodation with separate street access.
"Features: going concern with good service reputation; prime commercial location; access front and rear; excellent storage facilities; residential with separate front door access; potential for further residential accommodation.
"16.00m x 4.75m (52.49ft x 15.58ft) There is an entrance lobby to the front, with double door access to the main bar. Tiled flooring, 10 metre counter space and comfortable upholstered seating throughout the premises. There are four TV monitors. The service area is well stocked with fridges, shelving and washing facilities.
"2.65m x 1.70m (8.69ft x 5.58ft) Located to the rear of the bar with access door on the right, this area contains a small lobey with sink and hand dryer. There are two cubicles.
"3.00m x 2.70m (9.84ft x 8.86ft) Located to the rear of the bar with access door on the right, this area contains a number of urinals, hand dryer and one cubicle. Fully tiled.
"15.00m x 3.65m (49.21ft x 11.98ft) There are three storage areas to the rear of the bar. One for bottle storage which is located closest to the bar, the second stocks the chilling unit with stainless steel barrel storage and associated controls. There is an external steel door with access to the Mart Yard for deliveries. Overhead there is an attic space with similar access to the Mart Yard, the oil tank and other long term storage items are located here.
"Attic Storage Space
"10.40m x 3.50m (34.12ft x 11.48ft) Storage area with access to Mart Yard and the flat roof over the bar.
"4.30m x 1.30m (14.11ft x 4.27ft) Street access to residential area on first and second floors. The floor is tiled. Stairs leads to first floor.
"5.85m x 3.70m (19.19ft x 12.14ft) Situated to the front, there are two shuttered windows overlooking the street. Open fireplace with solid oak surround. Fitted presses. Laminate oak flooring.
"4.00m x 3.00m (13.12ft x 9.84ft) Situated to the rear of the living room.
"2.60m x 3.70m (8.53ft x 12.14ft) Front aspect
"2.60m x 3.70m (8.53ft x 12.14ft) Front aspect
"2.60m x 3.70m (8.53ft x 12.14ft) Back aspect
"2.60m x 3.70m (8.53ft x 12.14ft) Located on the landing between both first and second floors, there is a bath, wash hand basin and w.c. The hotpress is situated on the landing with immersion hot water cylinder and heating controls.
"The commercial building is located in Listowel's commercial town centre beside restaurants, bars, bookmakers and numerous other retail outlets. There is a back entrance from the Mart Yard which is earmarked for development in the near future.
"Viewing is strictly by prior appointment with sole selling agent
"Disclaimer: Horgan Properties for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of the property whose agents they are, give notice that: (i) The particulars are set out as a general outline for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees, and do not constitute part of, an offer or contract (ii) All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them (iii) No person in the employment of Horgan Properties has any authority to make or give representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property."
The Three Tun Tavern
The Three Tun Tavern of Blackrock, Co. Dublin, is being sold via Savills Molesworth Street for €2.5 million.
The property's listing on property.ie states, "A true Blackrock landmark, The Three Tun Tavern occupies a pivotal location on the corner of Temple Road and Carysfort Avenue.
"The Three Tun Tavern comprises of a prominent corner two storey licensed premises which recently underwent complete refurbishment and is presented in exceptional condition throughout.
"The ground floor provides for a large open plan bar and restaurant dining area complemented by a bespoke external beer garden.
"The first floor provides for kitchen, store rooms, office, and patron wc facilities.
"Blackrock has witnessed significant investment in recent years with the refurbishment of Blackrock and Frascati Shopping centres in addition to the redevelopment of nearby Enterprise House office scheme.
"Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has recently implemented a series of successful traffic calming measures in the village to encourage additional dwell time and enhance the overall visitor experience."
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