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Two Irish Restaurants Hit The Market

Published on Jul 16 2021 9:11 AM in Restaurant tagged: Trending Posts / restaurants / Fu Xin Chinese and D&M's Takeaway / Fu Xin Chinese / D&M's Takeaway

Two Irish Restaurants Hit The Market

Two Irish restaurants have hit the market.

Clanbrassil Street Restaurant And Takeaway

A restaurant and takeaway on Clanbrassil Street in Dublin 8 is being sold via Property Vision for €475,000.

The property's listing on propertyvision.ie states, "Property Vision is proud to present to the market a great investment opportunity to purchase a vacant freehold property which consists of a large takeaway on the ground floor with a restaurant above with seating for 50 people.

"The property comes fully fitted in turn key condition, positioned in a great central location with excellent footfall located just 15 mins walk to St. Stephen's Green.

"Viewing is highly recommended and is strictly by appointment only."

Fu Xin Chinese And D&M's Takeaway

Fu Xin Chinese and D&M's Takeaway of Main Street, Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary, is being sold via BV Commercial.

The property listing on bvcommercial.ie states, "BV Commercial Real Estate bring to the market for sale by way of private treaty, this premise - Fu Xin Chinese & D & M's Takeaway located in the heart of Borrisokane.

"The property is being sold with the benefit of vacant possession. Accommodation comprises of takeaway and sit-down restaurant with separate entrances to both, a large stainless-steel kitchen and customer bathrooms.

"Upstairs there is a private dining room which would be ideal for meetings/private events and overhead living accommodation which has been recently renovated.

"This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a busy takeaway/restaurant with a customer base in both the immediate locality and surrounding areas such as Nenagh, Portumna and Terryglass but to mention a few."

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