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€180,000

The Griffin Inn, Cloonfad, Co. Roscommon

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Kirrane Auctioneering
Kirrane Auctioneering
Tel: 087 230 8674 / 094 963 0240
PSRA Licence No. 001512
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The Griffin Inn located on the crossroads of Connaught where Roscommon, Mayo and Galway meet. The intersection of the N83 old Galway to Sligo main road with the R327, the old Dublin to Westport main road which a lot of people still use.\r\n\r\nCloonfad famous for its Community spirit and having a foothold in three counties give it a huge advantage over the majority of countryside rural villages and its proximity to Claremorris,Ballyhaunis and Dunmore means everything is on your doorstep. In the last couple of years Cloonfad has become a refuge for walkers and families looking for freedom, our Cloonfad Scenic Walks have been a God send over the last 24 months. \r\n\r\nAccommodation briefly consists of large public house laid out around a horseshoe shaped bar that divides the premises up into 2/3 parts, the front main bar is bright and airy with front and back door access and has a small cocktail bar where the old stage used to be positioned. \r\nThere is access to both ladies and gents toilets and access for staff to enter into the kitchen/takeaway preparation area. A door to the old pool room that is now part storage, part open space. This area is ideal to make a pool or games rooms again or extra seating if you are catering for large functions, it could also be a sitting area for the restaurant or takeaway. Back out through the front bar you cross over to the back bar, this area is set out in two parts, a snug area for watching evening tv, playing cards or for a small private gathering or local committee meeting spot. At the other end you have the dartboard and service hatch a lovely feature. There are separate ladies and gents toilets off the back bar as well as a front and back door entrance. You can also access the living accommodation from here or the upstairs can be accessed from its own private entrance at the front of the building and so this area can be stand alone.\r\n\r\nThe takeaway area is fully kitted out and again has its own access from the side/rear of the premises. This could be developed further to offer a bar menu, Sunday lunches or soup and sandwiches. \r\n\r\nThere is a good turnover coming with the premises despite the Covid restrictions. This is a genuine opportunity for someone to walk into a ready to go business. The bar had a recent facelift and is in great condition.\r\n\r\nUpstairs accommodation consists of a large living room, open plan kitchen come dining area, three double bedrooms and main bathroom. This could be your own residence or could easily be let out to waiting tenants. \r\n\r\nOutside:\r\nMain building sits on folio RN6150 consisting of 0.31 hectares (0.76 acres). A very large site with generous parking right around the building. There is a large two storey building sitting beside the main building it is currently used as the outdoor smoking area, keg room and storage. This building could easily be developed into two apartments or two town houses ideal for the rental market. There is a plot of undeveloped land to the rear measuring 0.1 hectares (0.25 acres). This could potentially be developed into a beer garden or glamping site to generate revenue or it could be a building plot for a few bungalows subject to receiving the correct planning permission from Roscommon County Council. The County Council recently developed a terrace of three houses on a much smaller site just across the road. \r\n\r\nThe property is on the town sewage, security cameras and alarm fitted. This is a must see property with endless potential and viewing is advised by the Sole Selling Agents\r\n APP Kirrane Auctioneering where everything we touch turns to SOLD.\r\n\r\nPlease take a look at our walk through video or check it out on Youtube The Griffin Inn Cloonfad.\r\n\r\n Due to Covid 19, all persons viewing properties are required to bring and wear their own face mask throughout the viewing. Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance to each property. Please Note: These particulars are for general information only for this property. The details contained are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the property details, neither APP Kirrane Auctioneering or the vendor accept any liability for the details contained in the description of the property. The interested persons must satisfy themselves by viewing the property or employ somebody to inspect the property on their behalf. No Auctioneer or Staff Member employed by APP Kirrane Auctioneering in either; Main Street, Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo or Bohermore, Galway has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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The Griffin Inn, Cloonfad, Co. Roscommon

€180,000

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Refreshed onJan 28, 2022
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Description

The Griffin Inn located on the crossroads of Connaught where Roscommon, Mayo and Galway meet. The intersection of the N83 old Galway to Sligo main road with the R327, the old Dublin to Westport main road which a lot of people still use.\r\n\r\nCloonfad famous for its Community spirit and having a foothold in three counties give it a huge advantage over the majority of countryside rural villages and its proximity to Claremorris,Ballyhaunis and Dunmore means everything is on your doorstep. In the last couple of years Cloonfad has become a refuge for walkers and families looking for freedom, our Cloonfad Scenic Walks have been a God send over the last 24 months. \r\n\r\nAccommodation briefly consists of large public house laid out around a horseshoe shaped bar that divides the premises up into 2/3 parts, the front main bar is bright and airy with front and back door access and has a small cocktail bar where the old stage used to be positioned. \r\nThere is access to both ladies and gents toilets and access for staff to enter into the kitchen/takeaway preparation area. A door to the old pool room that is now part storage, part open space. This area is ideal to make a pool or games rooms again or extra seating if you are catering for large functions, it could also be a sitting area for the restaurant or takeaway. Back out through the front bar you cross over to the back bar, this area is set out in two parts, a snug area for watching evening tv, playing cards or for a small private gathering or local committee meeting spot. At the other end you have the dartboard and service hatch a lovely feature. There are separate ladies and gents toilets off the back bar as well as a front and back door entrance. You can also access the living accommodation from here or the upstairs can be accessed from its own private entrance at the front of the building and so this area can be stand alone.\r\n\r\nThe takeaway area is fully kitted out and again has its own access from the side/rear of the premises. This could be developed further to offer a bar menu, Sunday lunches or soup and sandwiches. \r\n\r\nThere is a good turnover coming with the premises despite the Covid restrictions. This is a genuine opportunity for someone to walk into a ready to go business. The bar had a recent facelift and is in great condition.\r\n\r\nUpstairs accommodation consists of a large living room, open plan kitchen come dining area, three double bedrooms and main bathroom. This could be your own residence or could easily be let out to waiting tenants. \r\n\r\nOutside:\r\nMain building sits on folio RN6150 consisting of 0.31 hectares (0.76 acres). A very large site with generous parking right around the building. There is a large two storey building sitting beside the main building it is currently used as the outdoor smoking area, keg room and storage. This building could easily be developed into two apartments or two town houses ideal for the rental market. There is a plot of undeveloped land to the rear measuring 0.1 hectares (0.25 acres). This could potentially be developed into a beer garden or glamping site to generate revenue or it could be a building plot for a few bungalows subject to receiving the correct planning permission from Roscommon County Council. The County Council recently developed a terrace of three houses on a much smaller site just across the road. \r\n\r\nThe property is on the town sewage, security cameras and alarm fitted. This is a must see property with endless potential and viewing is advised by the Sole Selling Agents\r\n APP Kirrane Auctioneering where everything we touch turns to SOLD.\r\n\r\nPlease take a look at our walk through video or check it out on Youtube The Griffin Inn Cloonfad.\r\n\r\n Due to Covid 19, all persons viewing properties are required to bring and wear their own face mask throughout the viewing. Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance to each property. Please Note: These particulars are for general information only for this property. The details contained are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the property details, neither APP Kirrane Auctioneering or the vendor accept any liability for the details contained in the description of the property. The interested persons must satisfy themselves by viewing the property or employ somebody to inspect the property on their behalf. No Auctioneer or Staff Member employed by APP Kirrane Auctioneering in either; Main Street, Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo or Bohermore, Galway has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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BER: D2