Four Irish Pubs Hit The Market
Four Irish pubs have hit the market. Daly's Bar Daly's Bar of Ballydaheen, Mallow, Co. Cork, has hit the market via Liam Mullins & Associates for €135,000. The property's listing on liammulli...
Four Irish pubs have hit the market.
Daly's Bar of Ballydaheen, Mallow, Co. Cork, has hit the market via Liam Mullins & Associates for €135,000.
The property's listing on liammullins.ie states, "1,936 sq. ft. licensed premises for sale located in Ballydaheen, Mallow, Co. Cork, which has been recently refurbished to the highest of standards.
"It has a ground floor that extends to 1483 sq. ft. and a 454 sq. ft. function room on the first floor."
The Cauldron Bar
The Cauldron Bar of 33 Nicholas Street, Limerick city, Co. Limerick, has hit the market via de Courcy Estate Agents for €250,000.
The property's listing on decourcy.ie states, "Licensed premises for sale c. 163 sq. mtrs / 1,754 sq. ft.
"This property is situated on Nicholas Street, the main thoroughfare of the medieval city of Limerick, close to a host of tourist attractions including King Johns Castle, St Marys Cathedral, The Hunt Museum, with all services and amenities close by."
Foran's Public House
Foran's Public House of Church Street, Tullow, Co. Carlow, has hit the market via REA Dawson.
The property's listing on realestatealliance.ie states, "A very fine renowned public house occupying a prime corner site at the junction of Church Street and Castle Lane, Tullow, Co. Carlow. The premises has traded successfully for many generations as a public house and offers great potential to trade further as a public house or any other suitable commercial uses.
"Standing on a large site extending to approximately [half an] acre, the property has benefit of large yard to the rear with super potential for further expansion of desired."
The Commons of Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary, has hit the market via P.J. Broderick & Co. Auctioneers & Valuers for €310,000.
The property's listing on pjbroderick.ie states, "A well-known residential licensed premises incorporating lounge bar, convenience shop, market gardening centre, a four bed bungalow, selection of sheds, workshop, stores, paddocks and orchard. All on approx. two acres with potential for a few residential sites (subject to planning).
"The property is long established and known far and wide for its cabaret nights, as a social dancing venue, catering for all types of organised parties and family functions (Prior to COVID)…The owners have now decided to retire and the sale presents a fantastic opportunity to acquire a lucrative established business with huge potential."
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