DescriptionSubstantial licensed premises with restaurant and residential accommodation for sale. Bar/Lounge on ground floor. Smoking area. Ladies & Gents toilets. Restaurant on 1st floor. 2nd floor residential accommodation: 3 bedrooms, office, bathroom. A full 7 Day Liquor Licence is attached to the property.
AccommodationThe ground floor has ladies and gents toilets and doors from Lord Edward Street and Emmet Street.
The bar is well decorated with bar counter, shelving, tables/chairs, etc.
The first floor comprises of a kitchen (fully fitted with stainless steel counters, sink unit, ovens, extractor fans etc) and dining room having timber floor and fireplace, and windows overlooking the main street. There is a utility room and staff toilet on this floor. The second floor has residential accommodation comprising of 3 bedrooms, office and bathroom.
FeaturesThe premises also has access to main street for deliveries.
Oil fired central heating.
A full 7 Day Liquor Licence is attached to the property.
Commercial rates - Approx. €5,000 per annum.
BER DetailsBER: D1 BER No.800584716 Energy Performance Indicator:870.34 kWh/m²/yr
DirectionsThe property is situated the junction of Emmet Street and Lord Edward Street in the centre of Kilmallock, Co Limerick.
The property is surrounded by other commercial and residential uses.
Limerick city: 35km
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