A number of Irish pubs have been put up for sale via franchisees of estate agency Sherry FitzGerald.
With a guide price of €950,000, Shearmans of Dunleer, Co. Louth, is the most expensive of the properties.
Shearmans, which is being sold via SF Lannon, interconnects with the EverBean Coffee House and includes a pair of two-bedroom apartments on its first floor.
The Tap of Kilbride, Co. Wicklow, is the second most expensive of the ten pubs, having hit the market via SF Catherine O'Reilly with an €895,000 price tag.
Finín's Restaurant and Bar of Midleton, Co. Cork, is being sold via SF O'Donovan as a going concern with an asking price of €475,000.
The Blue Hackle And Donoghue's Bar
The Blue Hackle of Delvin, Co. Westmeath, and Donoghue's Bar of Cashel, Co. Tipperary, are being sold for €395,000 each via SF Davitt & Davitt and SF O'Dwyer & Davern, respectively.
The Cross Cut, The Sea Horse And Teach Gleann Ceo
Meanwhile, The Cross Cut of Loughrea, Co. Galway, is being sold via SF O'Toole Madden with a guide price of €370,000, SF John Rohan is seeking €350,000 for the Sea Horse bar and restaurant of Tramore, Co. Waterford, and Teach Gleann Ceo of Doochary, Co. Donegal, is being sold via SF Rainey with an asking price of €325,000.
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