Sharp price differences for two Dublin City pubs
TWO Dublin pubs have come to the market this week ranging in price from €250,000 to around €2.5m.
Near Baggot St Bridge, Dublin 4, The Fifty One pub has a good mix of customers including local office workers and residents as well as being popular with rugby fans during Aviva weekends.
While the agent John P Younge is not quoting a guide price, observers say that it could fetch between €2.3m and €2.6m.
Located on Haddington Road, the corner premises offers 334sqm of retail space including a lounge and carvery at ground level and a self contained lounge/function room at first floor level.
At second floor level there are three rooms and a bathroom. The basement accommodates a kitchen, cold room cellar and toilet.
Outside to the front is a beer garden.
Meanwhile on Thomas St, Dublin 8, McGruders, a pub which has been closed, is being brought to the market by receiver Tom Kavanagh with a €250,000 asking price.
Located near the James St end of the Dublin 8 street, the three-storey property has a 635sqm site area including a beer garden and former first floor lounge.
At second floor level, there is an extensive residential area with scope for four bedrooms. CB Richard Ellis are guiding €250,000.