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Pub Property In Raheenagh, Ballagh, Co. Limerick, Hits The Market

Published on Sep 17 2021 11:30 AM in Pub/Bar/Nightclub tagged: Limerick / Property for sale / Raheenagh

Pub Property In Raheenagh, Ballagh, Co. Limerick, Hits The Market

A pub property in Raheenagh, Ballagh, Co. Limerick, has hit the market for €250,000.

Details

The property's listing on property.ie states, "Property Description 

"Unique opportunity to purchase a profitable business in a well located village with a huge catchment area. The property is known as 'The Pub' and traded successfully until the covid pandemic hit the country. It has not re-opened as the present owners now wish to sell the property which consists of seating capacity for 60 people and comfortably can accommodate in excess of 100 people. It is complemented by a tarmacadam car park with a capacity to comfortably hold 40 cars. This area is enclosed with a sandstone wall. There is also a one bed apartment attached to the property with all its contents. Both pub and apartment have separate fibre internet. Both properties are serviced by its own septic tank and percolation area and mains water.

"Auctioneers comment: This is the only pub in Raheenagh village with a large catchment area. It has an excellent turnover and is highly profitable. The property is turn key and ready to commence business."

Additional Details

The listing adds, "Key points:
"All under counter fridge units and seven taps.
"Computerised Casio till receipt.
"Solid fuel stove and oil heating.
"All furniture upholstered and premises painted. Four T.V.s
"Ladies, gents and disabled toilets.
"Kitchen area includes ice maker, glass washer, dryer and storage presses.
"Cold room and beer cooling system
"Alarm system.
"Accommodation:
"One bed apartment with all integrated appliances, couch and table.
"Bathroom tiled floor/ceiling, with electric shower.
"Doubled bedroom, carpet and curtains, double bed lockers, wardrobe and lamp.
"Further details from Charles O'Brien."

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