€169,000 -€81,000 on 11th Aug 17
This is the quintessential irish village public house. Nestled at the foot of magnificient mountain walking trails and set among hidden gems of old castles and important sites of historical and geographical interest. Ashford is on the northern fringes of the Sliabh luachra area, famous for its unique music and culture. The main industry in the immediate area is agriculture. The busy market town on Newcastlewest is less than ten minute drive. The village is situated on the R515, a regional route that connects Co. Kerry with Tipereary town. There are three international Airports within an hours drive from Ashford, they are; Cork, Shannon and Kerry.
The pub itself is cosy and inviting, decorated in a very traditional olde worlde taste. The welcoming atmosphere is conducivew to the premises being the focal point for many of the occasions and celebrations in the area as well as a welcome meeting place for farmers and rural dwellers to enjoy a good night out.
There is a spacious beer garden to the rear which is back-dropped by amazing mountain scenery. The beer garden incorporates a sheltered smoking area. There is a generous cellar/ store to the side of the public area.
on the first floor there is a living area which has two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen/ living room.
There are solar panels on the south facing roof which help supply the building with heat and copious amounts of hot water. Good locally sourced water supply. All the windows are uPVC, solid hardwood front doors.
The property also includes a separate green field site, circa half of an acre with percolation approval.
Front Bar 790 cm x 520 cm Solid fuel stove, fixed seating tiled floor, bar area, traditional decc ...