Landmark pubs for sale in south Dublin & Kildare
Pub and hotel specialists Morrissey's are calling for 'full and final offers' by 3pm on Friday, March 16, for the landmark O'Dwyers pub and restaurant in the affluent south Dublin suburb of Stillorgan.
Extending to 522.8 sq m (5,627 sq ft) and presented in turn-key trading condition, the property comprises a ground-floor bar and lounge together with first-floor restaurant.
The business is primarily beverage driven (70pc) and is complemented by a food offering in the lounge and first-floor bistro.
Business is derived from the established surrounding residential areas of Stillorgan, Kilmacud, Goatstown, Dundrum, Sandyford and Mount Merrion.
Elsewhere, Morrissey's are seeking 'full and final offers' by 3pm on Thursday, March 15, for the Celbridge House licensed premises in Celbridge, Co Kildare.
The premises is being sold on the instructions of the McGrath family who have successfully traded from the property for 28 years. Extending to 751 sq m (8,083 sq ft), the property comprises a bar, lounge, off-licence and restaurant together with a bookmakers investment and a funeral home, all on a site of 0.9 hectares (2.2 acres).
A combined rental income of €43,000 is generated from the bookmakers and from three telephone masts. The site also offers the opportunity to develop either a portion or the entire subject to the necessary planning permissions with 65pc (1.45acres) zoned neighbourhood centre (the balance is open space).
Celbridge House enjoys a strategic trading position within the northern townland of Celbridge surrounded by large residential developments that comprise the majority of the town's 20,288 population (2016 Census).
There is limited competition for this catchment with only four other licensed premises in Celbridge, all located on the main street, 1.5kms south of the property.