Property That Includes Former Dark Horse Pub In Blackrock, Dublin, Sold For €1.43m
A property in the south Dublin suburb of Blackrock that includes the former Dark Horse pub has been sold by digital property company BidX1 for €1.43 million.
As reported by The Business Post, the property, which is located on Carysfort Avenue in Blackrock, was sold for €210,000 more than its guide price at the time of the sale.
The property originally hit the market with a guide price of €2.1 million before subsequently being reduced following several unsuccessful attempts to sell it.
The Dark Horse pub premises is currently vacant and its drinks licence has lapsed.
Clondalkin Off Licence Unit Sale
During the same online auction, BidXI also sold an off-licence unit at Elmfield Court on North Lock Road in Clondalkin in Dublin 22 for €295,000, which was the property's guide price.
The unit is currently let to an individual trading as Carry Out Off Licence on a lease that is due to expire in 2029.
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