Landmark southside pubs are brought to the market
Two well known southside Dublin pubs are among three Leinster bars coming to the market this week.
In the heart of Donnybrook Village, Dublin 4, Longs pub is expected to achieve more than €1m.
Owned and operated by the Stapleton family, the property has been remodelled and includes a 140 sq m lounge bar, as well as a kitchen and smoking area at ground level. At first floor level there are six rooms including an office and shower room.
The property also generates valuable income from an advertising panel on its gable wall which faces slow moving traffic approaching from the southside. The agent is John P Younge.
Meanwhile, in nearby Ranelagh the landmark pub, known as The Hill (pictured), is being offered for sale with a €700,000 guide price.
It is one of two Leinster pubs being brought to the market this week by Morrisseys. The other is Hanratty's in Drogheda, Co Louth, which has a €600,000 guide price.
Located at 1 Mount Pleasant Avenue, overlooking the northern approach road to the popular village, The Hill comes with a commercial area of 197sqm as well as five residential units on the first and second floors. Its ground floor of 153sqm accommodates a lounge bar and toilets. A 44.6sqm basement offers storage .
Hanratty's is located at 62/65 Scarlet St, Drogheda, and is a purpose built two-storey lock-up premises with a first floor self-contained restaurant which have a total gross internal floor area of 338.4 sqm.
Outside there is a landscaped beer garden/ smoking area and self-contained parking facilities for 60 cars. The ground floor has both a traditional style pubic bar, a lounge bar as well as an office licence.
The first floor restaurant/function room also has its own smoking area. Tony Morrissey says it has been trading profitably and is located in a well populated residential area close to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital.