Three Irish Pub Properties Hit The Market
Four Irish pub properties have hit the market. Aggie Madden's Aggie Madden's Pub of Main Street, H62HE63, Loughrea, Co. Galway, is being sold for €350,000. The property's listing on property.ie s...
Three Irish pub properties have hit the market.
Aggie Madden's Pub of Main Street, H62HE63, Loughrea, Co. Galway, is being sold for €350,000.
The property's listing on property.ie states, "Includes:
"Bar top of 18 meters.
"3 Apartments (2 bedrooms, 1 studio).
"2 Additional storage sheds suitable for development or possible extension. Also side entrance through archway with security gates.
"Premises includes all contents, memoribilia, fixtures & fittings.
"Pub here since 1806, owned by the Madden family. One of the only two pubs in Loughrea recognised as historical landmark, the second of which no longer exists.
"Prime location on Main Street, Loughrea, a busy commercial area. Located next door to new Paddy Powers shop along with being directly across from a local chipper.
"Two-minute walk to beautiful lake with a Blue Flag beach."
Former Brannigan's Bar
The former Brannigan's Bar of 17-18 Pine Street, Cork City, Co. Cork, is being sold via Behan Irwin & Gosling Downing Commercial Estate Agents for €375,000.
The property’s listing on bigproperty.ie states, "The well known bar is situated on Pine Street linking Coburg Street to Leitrim Street. The area provides a busy day/night time trading opportunity. The surrounding area known as the Victorian Quarter has a host of thriving hospitality premises including Sin , The Corner House, Gallaghers, Son of a Bun, Glass Curtin, Thompsons Brewery, Da-Mirco Restaurant, REZz Hostel, Novecento, Everyman Theatre & Metropole Hotel.
"Features: situated adjacent the oeictorian Quarter - busy day/night time location close to Patrick Street & MacCurtain Street. Excellent ground floor fully fitted bar with 7 day licence & separate access to upper floors suitable for residential use. Adjoining hospitality users include, Gallaghers, Son of a Bun, Shelbourne, Sin E & The Corner House. Gross floor area c.3,520 Sq Ft.
"Accommodation BAR: ground floor 171.00 m. sq. Open plan bar. Generous bar counter. Rest rooms. Basement 45.00 m. sq. Bottle store. Cold room.
"Residential accommodation: first floor (over bar) 37.00 m. sq. Commercial kitchen. First Floor, vacant 33.00 m. sq. Second Floor, vacant 41.00 m. sq. Total 327 m. sq. /3,520 sq. ft.
"Rates - 5,807 p.a.
"Licence - 7 day publicans licence (ordinary)."
Kiersey's Bar & Tea Rooms
Kiersey's Bar & Tea Rooms of Main Street Kilmacthomas, Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford, is being sold by Liberty Blue Estate Agents & Auctioneers.
The property's listing on libertyblue.ie states, "PRICE ON APPLICATION***********Liberty Blue Estate Agents are delighted to bring Kiersey's Tea Rooms and Bar to the market.
"Located in Kilmacthomas, a charming town in County Waterford and at the heart of the Greenway.
"Kiersey's Bar dates back to the 1950s and is run by the current owners since 2005. The property made the national airwaves in 2017 when featured on RTE's At Your Service with the Brennan Brothers.
"During the course of the programme, the property underwent a significant makeover.
"The property is made up of the café/restaurant to the front, bar, kitchen, bakery, outside courtyard, four-bedroom apartment and commercial premises.
"The café/restaurant accommodates 25-30 diners. Kiersey's Bar seats in the region of 50 people. The outside courtyard seats in the region of 80 patrons.
"The apartment overhead is a four bedroom with bathroom, kitchen and living area. The apartment is currently let out and was recently upgraded. Potentially it would make a lovely home for the new business owners.
"The commercial space (two rooms and storage) is currently let to a beautician and this generates an annual income.
"The sale includes the entire inventory which is made up of all furniture, kitchen appliances, fixtures and fittings.
"The current owners have enjoyed 3 months of great trade this summer. Prior to COVID and post-COVID closures the business has enjoyed strong trade and profits. Turnover figures are available to serious parties
"The family has decided to diversify and now present a great opportunity for the new owner..
"Kilmacthomas is now a main route on the Greenway and enjoys significant tourist trade all year round and especially during May to October.
"As well a strong tourist trade, Kiersey's has hosted events, funerals, christening and retirement celebrations. They have an excellent reputation locally for food and service. This property is exempt from BER******* Liberty Blue Estate Agents and their servants or agents assume no responsibility for and give no guarantees, undertakings or warranties concerning the accuracy, completeness or up to date nature of the information and do not accept any liability whatsoever arising from any errors or omissions. The information does not constitute or form part of a contract and cannot be relied on as a representation of fact. Subject to contract / contract denied. Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate, and photographs provided for guidance only. ***
"Note: Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only."
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