Four Pub Properties In Co. Mayo Being Sold
Four pub properties in Co. Mayo are being sold.
A bar/restaurant property on James Street, Claremorris, Co. Mayo, F12 AE00, is being sold via DNG Gilligan.
According to its listing on Dng.ie, the property is 680.68 square metres, or 7,327 square feet, in size and is comprised of a main bar and lounge that has seating for 65 people, a separate restaurant that has seating for 40 people, a function room with full bar facilities, a three-bedroom apartment that is 85 square metres in size, a keg room, a kitchen, a staff room, a store room, an office, a cloakroom, a mop store, ladies and gents toilet facilities, wheelchair accessible toilet facilities, a smoking area, and back yard storage.
Bonners seven day licensed premises of of The Square, Kilkelly, Co. Mayo, is being sold via Connacht Property for €280,000.
According to its listing on Property.ie, the property is comprised of a ground floor bar, lounge, kitchen facilities, and toilet facilities, a first floor private entrance, two-bedroom apartment, one-bedroom apartment, and a second floor one-bedroom apartment.
Gielty's Bar & Restaurant of Dooagh, Achill Island, Co. Mayo, is being sold via ERA Downey McCarthy.
According to its listing on Eracork.ie, the property has an area of 750 square metres, a fully trading licensed bar and restaurant, a fully-equipped catering kitchen, a fully-equipped adjoining coffee shop, a licensed function room with capacity for 180 people, an overhead residential apartment with four bedrooms, a fully-surfaced and delineated car park, and Achill’s only EV charging point, and it was recently refurbished and extended, and is available as a going concern that includes all furniture, fittings and equipment.
The Borderline of Main Street, Ballindine, Co. Mayo, F12EY67, is also being via DNG Gilligan.
According to its listing on Dng.ie, the property is seven-day licensed premises that is 270.72 square metres, or 2,914 square feet, in size and includes a main bar, a snug, a kitchen, a hallway, ladies and gents toilet facilities, accessible toilet facilities, a keg room, a yard with two stores and a boiler house, and upstairs living accommodation that is comprised of an entrance hallway, a living room, a kitchen/dining room, four bedrooms, one ensuite, and one bathroom, and car parking facilities, and it has recently been refurbished upstairs, but the ground floor requires refurbishment throughout.
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