The property that formerly housed Dublin's Dice Bar has hit the market via estate agency Lisney's licensed and leisure division with a guide price of €750,000.
The property's listing on Lisney's website states, "The former Dice Bar, which is located on the junction of Queen Street/Benburb Street, was established in c. 1770.
"The subject property comprises a corner end of terrace Victorian three storey over basement building of traditional brick and block construction with exposed red brick finish to external elevations, under a pitched slate roof.
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"The property boasts six window bays to its north elevation and two window bays to its east elevation which are of timber framed construction. The ground floor is utilised as a licensed premises with the basement being used as storage. The first and second floor are in use as office, which have separate access through Queen Street."
The property's listing adds, "The subject property comprises a prominent trading corner position at the junction of Queen Street and Benburb Street also and importantly adjacent to Smithfield Plaza, historically known as the Smithfield Market, enjoying extensive open civic space together with a multi block mixed use development including a hotel, supermarket, cinema, offices, apartments, several retail units, restaurants and cafes. Smithfield has undergone a period of transition due to substantial investment into the district through the H.A.R.P regeneration project over the past 20 years."
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