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Popular Dalkey Village Restaurant Put On Market In Dublin

By Publications Checkout

Dalkey's Guinea Pig Restaurant has been put on the market by CBRE estate agents with offers sought in excess of €850,000.

The property was put up for sale following the decision of the owners, the Stewart family, to retire from the business they have operated since 1978. It extends to a total area of approximately 383 square metres and also comprises of two overhead apartments, which are currently let and producing an income of €23,000 per annum, reports The Irish Times.

Chef-proprietor Mervyn Stewart, said: "We’re not in wind-down mode at all. It’s business as usual until we get the right price. We’ll probably be here till the end of the year."

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"This is a unique opportunity for an owner occupier or investor to acquire a well renowned restaurant building with a secure residential income stream," commented Christine McGowan, surveyor of CBRE retail department.

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