FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY 2018 (unless previously sold)
REA O'Connor Murphy are pleased to bring to the market the Former Avoca Site, Bunratty, circa 0.6 Ha (1.5 acres) of development land with the benefit of full planning permission to redevelop the site, or restore the former original stone cut building which originally housed Avoca Handweavers.
Bunratty is situated in south County Clare circa 13km northwest of Limerick City Centre, 10km east of Shannon International Airport and 25km south of Ennis Town Centre the administrative centre of County Clare.
Bunratty is a village exceptionally well located adjacent to the N18/M18 dual carriageway, the primary route connecting the regional cites of Limerick and Galway. The village is a major tourist destination based around Bunratty Castle and Folk Park which is regarded as one of the most complete and authentic medieval castles in Ireland. Bunratty enjoys a thriving tourism business and is considered a gourmet food destination. Nearly 350,000 persons visited Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, the focal point of Bunratty in 2016 making it the 10th most popular tourist attraction in Ireland.
The subject site comprises circa 0.6 hectares (1.5 acres) of development land situated adjacent to Durty Nellyâ€™s and Bunratty Castle with the benefit of full planning permission to redevelop the site, or restore the former original stone cut building which originally housed Avoca Handweavers. The site is regular in shape and offers good road frontage.
Local occupiers in the area include Spar Express and TARA Service Station, Bunratty Manor Hotel, JP Clarkes Country Pub and Gallaghers Restaurant, The Courtyard Guest House, Bunratty Castle Gardens Holiday Homes, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Bunratty Castle Hotel, Durty Nelly Bar and Restaurant and Blarney Wollen Mills.
We understand Planning has been granted (Ref: P12661) for the construction of a substantial restaurant complete with car parking facilities. Alternatively, we understand that any purchaser could reinstate the existing ...