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As lockdown eases, three pubs in south Dublin hit the market


O'Neill's, Dún Laoghaire

O'Neill's, Dún Laoghaire

The Eagle, Dundrum, Dublin 14

The Eagle, Dundrum, Dublin 14

Larry Murphy's, Baggot St, Dublin 2

Larry Murphy's, Baggot St, Dublin 2


O'Neill's, Dún Laoghaire

Three Dublin pubs have come to the market, including Larry Murphys in Baggot Street and O’Neill’s in Dún Laoghaire.

For the most valuable of them, Eagle House in Dundrum, Dublin 14, its agents Lisney incorporating Morrissey’s are guiding €1.35m. It has planning permission for an 11-bedroom guesthouse.

The property extends to over 555 sq m and is laid out with a public bar, separate lounge and kitchen at ground floor which extends to 400 sq m.

Its first floor, which has separate access, accommodates a nine-room residence that extends to 155 sq m. The planning permission includes a new first-floor area above the existing single storey, which will provide 11 en-suite guest rooms complemented by stores and a rear decking area.

The vendor, Four Man’s Inn Ltd, plans to focus on its other licensed premises and commercial property.

Positioned within the core of Dundrum Village, it is close to Dundrum Town Centre with its shops, cinema and restaurants.

Meanwhile, CBRE is guiding over €1m for Larry Murphys at 43/44 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2. It is being sold by ESB, which acquired it in 2013 for a little over that amount. Located on the corner of Lower Baggot Street and Fitzwilliam Street Lower, it is close to Miesian Plaza, which has become the headquarters of the Department of Health.

Extending to 465 sq m over four storeys and basement, its accommodation comprises a lounge bar at ground-floor and basement levels, galley kitchen, with office accommodation on the upper three floors. The licensed premises, which has not traded for several years, is fitted out in a traditional style but would require refurbishment.

Phoenix current affairs magazine operates from the third floor and has a 35-year lease from July 2001.

Lisney Morrissey’s is seeking over €800,000 for O’Neill’s in Dún Laoghaire as the O’Neill family intend to focus on the development and remodelling of their other premises, The Ramblers Rest in Ballybrack.

O’Neill's is designed in the traditional style and extends to over 400 sq m, It is laid out with lounge bar at ground-floor level and self-contained lounge/function accommodation at first-floor level complemented by a kitchen.

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