NEW to the market is The Vintage Inn in Stradbally, Co. Laois with an AMV of €50,000. This well known former licensed premises is situated in a prominent location on the main street, which lies along the N80, circa 12 kilometres from Portlaoise and only an hour’s drive from Dublin.
The Vintage Inn is for sale by Public Auction on Tuesday, June 26 at 12 noon at the Maldron Hotel, Midway, Abbeyleix Road, Portloise.
Stradbally town comprises a long linear street with two squares on the western side – The Market Square and The Courthouse Square. Home to Stradbally Hall Estate, this picturesque town showcases a number of activities including point-to-point racing, paintball, and the annual Stradbally Steam Rally and Electric Picnic Festival. Stradbally is home to the Arthouse and Library art gallery, narrow gauge railway, Steam Museum, Stradbally Lake and picnic amenity which all prove popular with families and general visitors.
The Vintage Inn is a 2 storey end of terrace property which offers accommodation over 2 floors, to include former licensed premises with overhead living accommodation. Located on a corner site, the property comprises approximately 186 sq m (2,000 sq. feet) accommodation to include ground floor - bar, lounge, pool room, cool room, wc and beer garden to rear and first floor includes overhead living accommodation. There are a number of extensions to the rear. The property requires a total refurbishment. Neighbouring occupiers include a petrol station, 2 betting offices, Chinese take away, licensed premises and residential properties.
Viewing is strictly by appointment with sole agent Sherry FitzGerald John Rohan, Manor House, Cork Road, Waterford.
T: 051 – 843 880 W: www.sherryfitz.ie E: email@example.com
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