A well-known Cork city pub, as well as the apartments above it, have gone on sale for an asking price of €2m.
Paddy the Farmers on the corner of Old Blackrock and Southern Road has nine apartments and “benefits from a high volume of vehicular and pedestrian traffic,” according to the sellers.
The busy venue has seven two-bed and two one-bed units, all self-contained, while the bar itself is “internally fitted to a high standard with fixed and free-standing furniture, customer toilets, commercial kitchen and auxiliary staff and accommodation” .
The refuge is famous for providing excellent food, as well as its characteristic friendly service.
It’s a great place to go and relax, watch a game or listen to some live tunes on a Sunday night.
Sellers Savills say: “The property consists of a public house on the ground floor, with nine separate apartments on the roof.
“The Paddy the Farmers public house extends to approximately 2,250 square feet and is internally equipped to a high standard with fixed and freestanding furniture, client toilets, commercial kitchen and auxiliary staff and livestock accommodation.
“The upper nine apartments include seven two-bedroom units and two one-bedroom units. Five of these apartments have access from Southern Road, while the remaining four units are located above the pub and are accessed from Old Blackrock Road.
“The subject property is located in a high-profile location on the corner of Southern Road and Old Blackrock Road and benefits from a high volume of vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
“Notable occupants within the property’s immediate surroundings include South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital, Cork College of Future Education and Training, Cork City Hall and Anglesea Garda Station.
“In addition, the property is within walking distance of several key residential areas, including Blackrock Road, Boreenmanna Road, Douglas Road, Friars Walk and Deerpark.”
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