Waterford Pub Once Owned By The Clancy Brothers Goes To Auction
Published on Feb 13 2014 11:52 AM in Pub/Bar/Nightclub
A picturesque pub once owned by traditional musicians, the Clancy Brothers in Waterford City, is due up for auction soon, and expected to fetch at least €330,000.
A report in today's Irish Examiner says that the famous music venue T&H Doolan's, which is one of the country's oldest pubs, is up for auction through Sherry FitzGerald John Rohan on March 5.
"The fine Tudor-style property occupies a prominent trading position in the heart of Waterford city, with adjoining occupiers including Shaw’s, Ladbrokes, Michael Guineys, Pamela Scott, Bank of Ireland and Phelan’s Shoes," John Rohan told the Examiner.
Doolan’s covers 574 sq m including a ground floor bar with overhead kitchen and ancillary accommodation and the premises also has a beer garden at the back.
"It’s on a par with Durty Nelly’s," says Rohan, who gives an AMV of €330,000 for the premises, which is in receivership.