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Two Irish Cafés And Three Irish Takeaway Properties Hit The Market

Published on Jul 26 2021 8:30 AM in Restaurant tagged: Trending Posts / Apache Pizza / Caroline's Café / Fusciardi's Café / Eagle House

Two Irish Cafés And Three Irish Takeaway Properties Hit The Market

Two Irish cafés and three Irish takeaway properties have hit the market.

Caroline's Café

Caroline's Café of Main Street, Bundoran, Co. Donegal, has hit the market via Edel Quinn Properties with a guide price of €265,000.

The property's listing on edelquinn.ie states, "A delightful café situated on Bundoran Main Street. Seating for 57 people with storage, cold room, dry goods etc.

"Also, [there is a ] two bedroom apartment above the café."

Fusciardi's Café

Fusciardi's Café of 27 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, has hit the market via Flynn Estate Agents.

The property's listing on flynnassociates.ie states, "Great opportunity to acquire a long term leasehold in Dublin's north inner city. The 105 sq/m unit occupies an excellent trading position less than 500 metres from The Spire, O'Connell Street, and is currently trading as a well-established fish and chips restaurant and take away with seating for 40 people. Strong residential, office, tourist and passing trade client case for over 30 years in business.

"Leasehold interest is being sold as a going concern with all contents, stock, fixtures and fittings included. Unit includes large basement with ample storage area with three WC."

Eagle House

Eagle House of Main Street, Hacketstown, Co. Carlow, has hit the market via Kiersey Walker & Associates for €250,000.

The property's listing on kwa.ie states, "Prime investment property located on the main street in town centre. Ideally suited to many uses and at present it is used as a Chinese takeaway with separate own door access to the living accommodation on the first floor.

"Large rear yard with stone cut outbuilding which could be converted to living accommodation subject to planning permission. This strategically placed property could be converted to residential units subject to planning permission. Overall, it extends to 255 square meters."

Apache Pizza Outlet In Co. Donegal

A property that houses an Apache Pizza outlet at The Diamond in Donegal town, Co. Donegal, has hit the market via Edel Quinn Properties.

The property's listing on edelquinn.ie states, "Central location on The Diamond. Commercial premises on ground floor. Large spacious apartment on above floors. Tenant in place.

"Fantastic investment opportunity in one of Donegal's premiere towns."

Apache Pizza Outlet Co. Cork

A property that houses an Apache Pizza outlet at AOH Hall, Church Street, Kanturk, Co. Cork, has hit the market via Liam Mullins & Associates.

The property's listing on liammullins.ie states, "The property measures c226.59 sq. ft. (c2441.5 sq. ft.) divided over two floors with car parking to the rear. The ground floor of the property comprises of a retail unit with ladies and gents toilets measuring c800 sq. ft. The shop has 43ft frontage onto the public road. To the rear there is a c666.5 sq. ft. extension with galvanise roof comprising of three No. offices, freezer room and store. The first floor of the property measures c975 sq. ft. this floor was previously damaged and requires repair.

"Services: Mains water, mains sewer, electricity Tenancy: The property is currently leased with a passing rent of 170 per week. (8840 per annum)."

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