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Glen of Aherlow pub near Dublin tourist attractions has refurbishment potential


The Glen of Aherlow pub in Dublin 8

The Glen of Aherlow pub in Dublin 8

The Glen of Aherlow pub in Dublin 8

Close to some of Dublin’s popular visitor attractions, the Glen of Aherlow pub at 29 Emmet Road, Dublin 8, is being offered for sale and Shane Markey of agents Lisney Morrissey’s is guiding €900,000 for it.

The property comes with unused sites to the side and rear with a separate access that could suit development and there is also potential to refurbish the first floor for an additional two apartments.

Comprising a part two-storey and part single-storey structure, the premises extends to practically 5,760 sqft and is laid out with bar and lounge to ground floor level complemented by external patio smoking area to the rear with basement cold room and stores.

Its first floor comprises a former residence which has been stripped to shell condition.

“There is clear potential to expand on the existing offering to cater for the growing local population,” he adds.

This Inchicore-Kilmainham area has a growing young population which have been attracted into the area by the convenience to the city centre and transport links through numerous Luas red line stops.

Visitors are drawn to the area through several cultural amenities including Kilmainham Gaol with 400,000 annual visitors, the Irish Museum of Modern Art with 500,000 visitors, The Royal Hospital and the War Memorial Gardens in Islandbridge.

The area is also benefiting from regeneration projects and will receive a major boost with the opening of the National Children’s Hospital.

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