Two Irish Pub Properties Hit The Market

By Dave Simpson
Two Irish Pub Properties Hit The Market

Two Irish pub properties have hit the market.

The Wind-Jammer

The Wind-Jammer pub of 111 Townsend Street, Dublin 2, is being sold via Bagnall Doyle MacMahon Commercial Property Consultants for €1,600,000.

The property's listing on states, "The Windjammer licensed premises is located at the intersection of Townsend Street and Lombard Street East, Dublin 2. The property is situated on a busy pedestrian route between the IFSC and Pearse Street / Westland Row DART Rail Station. The property is located in an area which has witnessed major office developments with international occupiers such as Hub Spot and TikTok. In addition, and currently under construction and nearing completion, are several major hotel developments which will add approximately 845 new bedrooms to the hotel market. The property is located close to Trinity College, Grand Canal Dock and Aviva Stadium and is synonymous with U2 and the former Windmill Lane recording studios. The property is within a short stroll of the proposed U2 Museum at Grand Canal Dock.

"The Windjammer is a two storey over basement, traditional style licensed premises comprising a ground floor bar with mahogany bar and back bar, leather perimeter seating and feature terrazzo flooring (c.111 sq. m./1,195 sq. ft.). There are customer toilets to the rear along with access to the basement cellar (c.98 sq. m./1,055 sq. ft.).

"On the first floor there is a well-appointed, own door, two-bedroom apartment (c.90 sq. m./968 sq.ft.) with a private roof garden.


"The entire is presented in excellent decorative order throughout."

The Lodge

The Lodge pub of Carnew, Co. Wicklow, is being sold via REA Grimes for €450,000.

The property's listing on states, "REA Grimes are delighted to bring The Lodge, Carnew, Co. Wicklow to the market. The property stands on a large town centre site which extends to 0.133 hectares (0.32acre) in total and comprises of a bar, lounge, large function room and four self-contained apartment/flats overhead. Apart from the internal retail areas, extending to c. 3,000 sq.ft., the external beer garden and outer yard, together extending to over 6,000 sq. ft., are ideally suited for an outside food and beverage business with added potential for redevelopment provided by the stone-built outbuildings, also at the rear. This extensive rear plot has of itself, real redevelopment potential.

"As the tallest building on the Main Street, it has a Vodafone mast on the roof at a current rent of €8,000 per annum with a number of years to run on the current arrangement.

"Located in a prominent position on the Main Street opposite the Mill Street junction in the heart of the trading centre of the town. Carnew, c. 16km west of Gorey and 90km south of Dublin, is a popular market town situated close to both the Wexford and Carlow County borders. It has good amenities and services including two primary schools and a large secondary school. It services an expansive and prosperous rural hinterland.


"There is a full, valid, publican license attached. The premises are currently vacant and have been largely closed during the COVID-pandemic crisis.

"Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this fine example of a typical rural pub servicing a local community.

"Contact Paul Grimes – 087 2258678 or John P. Younge – 087 2775771 for further information or to arrange a viewing


"Site extends to 0.133 ha (0.32 acres)
"Total internal area extends to approx 578 sq. m. (6221 sq. ft.)
"Internal retail areas extend to 280 sq. mts., (circa 3,000 sq. ft.)."

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