Picturesque village

Four Irish pubs hit the market; Irish pub sold

Four Irish pubs have entered the market and one Irish pub has been sold.

Sean’s bar

Sean’s Bar in Muckno Street, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, entered the market via DNG John O’Brien.

The property listing on dngjobrien.ie reads: “This property consists of a bar and lounge on the ground floor and accommodation on the first floor. The ground floor has a small bar and a small sitting area, female toilet, male toilet, a kitchen at the back of the pub with an exterior rear courtyard. The first floor has 3 bedrooms, a living room and a bathroom.

“The bar and lounge are in good condition but are small with a total area of ​​approximately 71m² and have very low ceilings. The residential area of ​​the property is in average condition. The property is approximately 80 years old. “

The Glen Bar

The Glen Bar, Kilmeedy, Co. Limerick, entered the market via Wheeler Auctioneers for € 225,000.

The property listing on wheelerauctioneers.com reads: “Iconic building in the center of the village. In excellent condition. Spacious yard with parking. Bar / house with upper accommodation plus annex on the side (rented separately). Obvious development potential.

“Accommodation includes: a main bar (L-shaped), quality seating, toilets, smoking area, cold room / pantry; upstairs – bedroom 12 x 11 parquet, bedroom 15 x 8 parquet, bathroom 8 x 8, annex next door [that] comprises kitchen / dining room, living room, bedroom and bathroom; features – oil central heating, PVC windows and doors, alarm, quality seats; outside – outside offices, a courtyard and a spacious garden. “

Grandmother’s Inn

The Church Street Granary Inn, Cahir, Co. Tipperary was listed through Wheeler Auctioneers for € 225,000.

The property listing on wheelerauctioneers.com reads: “Investment opportunity. Fully licensed premises. 4 high rise apartments (independent access). Long established bar business with potential for further expansion.

“Realistic reserve accommodation includes: 35 x 17 tiled bar, ionized wood walls, 24 x 32 stage lounge area, ladies & gentlemen’s toilet, 17 x 14 pantry with cold room and storage area, smoking area, 17 x 12 kitchenette parquet floor, first floor 2 apartments n ° 2 bedrooms, 2 apartments n ° 1 bedroom. “

The long tip

Main Street Long Point, Whitegate, Co. Cork, was marketed through Paul O’Driscoll Auctioneer, Valuations & Property Consultants.

The property listing on property.ie reads: “Situated in the picturesque village of Whitegate, overlooking the bay, this well established traditional local licensed for seven days, this B&B and restaurant is offered for sale with the auctioneer Paul O’Driscoll. This provides a great opportunity for someone interested in running their own business. There is a tremendous opportunity here to further develop the business, especially in the restaurant and catering industry, which is complemented by the B&B and the bar with 6 rooms.

“The property spans over 2,500 square feet over three floors with a large open-air beer garden to the rear, a rear entrance, and a front seating area overlooking the green. There is also a Stone building suitable for conversion to additional accommodation This building spans approximately 700 square feet.

“The beer garden is well appointed with covered and open spaces and is ideal for outdoor dining and entertainment.

“The village of Whitegate is located in a small hamlet on the east side of Cork Harbor and is home to a very active community with beautiful walkways, a playground and activities such as fishing, pleasure boats, rowing and kayaking take place in the bay. Midleton Town is only a 15 minute drive away and Cork city center is only a 30 minute drive from Whitegate Village. “

Slattery

Meanwhile, the Dublin suburb Slattery’s pub in Rathmines was sold in an off-market transaction brokered by John Ryan of commercial real estate advisers Bagnall Doyle MacMahon.

As reported by Irish weather, the pub was sold by Roddy Slattery, whose family has operated the pub for two generations, to Tim and Wendy O’Connor, who also own the O’Connor’s pub and guesthouse on Mount Street, Dublin 2.

Ryan reportedly declined to comment on the price paid for the property, but it appears the property was sold for almost € 3m following a multi-party tender.

The property comprises a two-story building above the basement that spans 343 square meters (3,690 square feet) and includes a ground-floor bar with mahogany interior and cozy areas as well as ‘a traditional style bar on the first floor.

Irish weather quotes Ryan as saying that Slattery’s off-market sale reflects “the current strong demand for premier Dublin pub assets located in densely populated and bustling areas of the city.”

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