Here’s a lovely little bar in North Cork that has just come on the market with an asking price of €220,000.
Mallow locals need not worry as the wonderful Colie’s Bar still offers pints and great tunes every week, but the owner has decided to pass the traditional spot on to someone else.
The popular venue on Bridewell Lane is in a great location below the clock tower in the heart of the city, and has been a hit with locals and visitors alike for its excellent traditional sessions, as well as being a prime spot to hear a little of hurling. the TV
Sellers O’Connell Auctioneers have described it as “charming” and “well established” saying its excellent location in the city makes it an ideal place for business.
They wrote: “Enjoying a unique position in the shadow of the Clock Tower in the heart of Mallow town. Mallow is the administrative center of North County Cork and is nicknamed ‘Munster Crossroads’.
“It consists of well laid out pub premises on the ground floor with bar area, comfortable men’s and women’s toilets and keg area on the ground floor, while there is a large amount of storage space upstairs.”
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