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Kilshanny House, Kilshanny, Co. Clare, V95 CRT4

€255,000
Restaurant / Bar / Hotel For Sale | 2,863 sq. feet (266 sq. metres)
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  • AMV: €255,000.00

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KILSHANNY HOUSE, KILSHANNY, CO. CLARE
TURN KEY - WELL ESTABLISHED BAR AND RESTAURANT ON C. 0.5 ACRES
Already a Landmark Visitor experience.

Streets Ahead Properties in partnership with Munster Property Auction.

Offered at bids in excess of €255,000. Auction takes place on June 13th 2019.

Kilshanny House is a beautiful public house / restaurant on the edge of the Burren situated on the main N67 on route to the Cliffs of Moher on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Kilshanny House is a landmark bar and restaurant located in the village of Kilshanny Co. Clare on the N67 Main Ennistymon/Lisdoonvarna route. An ideal opportunity for prospective purchasers to acquire a well-established business and residential premises.

This house has become a very popular spot for visitors, while on their Wild Atlantic Way route to stop off during the day and enjoy some simple traditional Irish cuisine, amazing home baking, fresh coffee or indeed dinner by candle light - all food is locally sourced! Not only that, Kilshanny House has a loyal community following.

Steeped in history and tradition, this pub has become widely known as a genuine Traditional Irish Music venue with live sessions a weekly event. Many other music and singing events take place during the year and some very well-known artists have performed here.

The interior decor has a warm and inviting rustic appeal about it, further enhanced by its exposed stone walls and oil fired stove. Another benefit to this superb premises is a beer garden adjacent to the pub and a spacious private yard providing ample parking space and significant development potential exists, subject to the appropriate planning permission to further develop the property. The possibilities are endless and this property represents the perfect opportunity for the right buyer. OFCH. BER C2.

Kilshanny House has had excellent social media reviews received over the years and has been awarded many Trip Advisor Certs of excellence and McKenna's Guides.The Bar restaurant can seat up to 50 patrons which includes tables and bar seating and the first floor restaurant can seat 44 (36 table sittings and 8 counter/high stool sittings) at once.

Since this business has a modern, well equipped and maintained commercial kitchen facility, it presents the perfect challenge and destination awaiting a chef interested in making this a high profile, high volume restaurant.

ACCOMMODATION - APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS:

Double entrance front doors with a porch and additional double entrance glass panelled doors to bar/restaurant area.

Restaurant/Bar area: (76.09 sq. m) Beautifully presented open plan area with timber flooring and exposed stone walls in many areas. Main bar area at entrance with ample seating both at counter and tables. Recessed book shelving. Comfortable seating. Recessed and pendant lighting. Lamp lighting creating a wonderful ambience. The stove is oil fired and features a carved timber mantle, exposed stone wall and sits on a tiled base. A beautiful glass panelled door allows an abundance an abundance of natural light to this area.

Corridor: (1.10m x 5m) Tiled flooring, leads to toilet areas. Door to rear.

Kitchen: (5.61m x 3.85m) Located immediately to the rear of the main downstairs restaurant and bar, facilitating ease of customer service. This exceptionally well fitted fully tiled workspace is fully equipped and meets the highest standards of H.A.C.C.P. compliance. This commercial kitchen has its own delivery door and there is a walk-in dry store.Fully equipped modern stainless steel kitchen with large gas cooker and ovens. Door to side. Velux window. Serving hatch to bar/restaurant.

Corridor: (2.09m x 0.89m) Fully tiled.

Pantry: (2.14m x 1.13m)

Private toilet area: (1.93m x 1.20m) Fully tiled with wc and whb.

Private kitchen: (2.14m x 1.13m) Tiled flooring. Work top with tiled splash back. Fully plumbed - sink and dishwasher. Electric cooker and 4 ring hob. Fitted units. Door to side.

Gents toilet: (2.61m x 1.80m) Fully tiled with 2 cubicles, 2 urinals and 2 whb.

Ladies toilet: (3.64m x 1.82m) Fully tiled with 2 cubicles and 1 whb.

FIRST FLOOR:

Lobby area: (4.83m x 2.24m) Timber flooring and stairwell.

Lobby area: (2.72m x 2.10m) Pine flooring and stairwell to 2nd floor.

First floor restaurant: (66.27 sq. m.) this is an open plan area in three sections. A separate entrance gives access to the charming first floor restaurant. The original limestone walls are integrated so that the pine floor space naturally divides and flows into several dining spaces. This floor houses its own bar and wine selection and is connected to the commercial kitchen by both stairs and service lift. Wall and pendant lighting. Fireplace with stone surround and carved timber mantle. Extremely cosy and welcoming.

Landing area: (4.31m x 3.97m) Stairwell leading to kitchen and stairwell leading to rear door. Pine flooring and stairwell. Exposed stone walls.

Storage cupboard: (1.71m x 0.89m) Fully shelved for storage.

SECOND FLOOR:

The second floor of this fine property is a self-contained living area comprising of a large living area, double bedroom, shower and toilet facilities.

Landing: (2.44m x 2.28m) Pine flooring.

Bedroom: (3.54m x 2.53m) Double bedroom with timber flooring. Velux window. Spacious bright room.

Kitchenette: (2.19m x 1.96m) Timber flooring. Fully plumbed with single drainer sink.

Shower room: (2.23m x 1.67m) Linoleum floor covering. Electric shower unit, wc and whb. Wall tiling.

Velux window.

Sitting Room: (4.49m x 4.09m) timber flooring. Velux window.

EXTERNAL:

Rear view showing outbuildings on left, one cold store and one separate unit suitable for conversion to accommodation with access to garden.

ESB Electric car charging facility.

The building itself is constructed around a two hundred year old stone building with a natural slate roof. It has a rear extension comprising of commercial kitchen, toilets etc. This is built with blocks and tile roof. It stands on 0.5 acre with traditional flag paved front. It has a gravel driveway at the side and rear with ample parking and a landscaped lawn with a view to the rear.

At the front outside seating around stone tables blend with this lovely limestone building. To the rear mature trees frame a landscaped lawn that is ideal for a beer garden.

IT'S ALL ABOUT LOCATION:

Kilshanny House enjoys an extremely pivotal position and is within a 10 to 15 minute drive of Ennistymon Market Town, Lahinch Beach and Golf Club, Liscannor, Lisdoonvarna and Kilfenora -Ennis is approximately a 35/40 minute drive.

NEARBY VILLAGES AND TOWNS

Ennistymon is the main market town of North Clare renowned for its traditional shop fronts which have appeared in many posters and calendars over the years. Ennistymon has become a thriving business town with an abundance of character and offers primary, Steiner and secondary schools.
Lahinch famous for its blue flag beach and 18 hole Championship Golf Course (host to 2019 Irish Open). Popular throughout the year and has become a surfers haven in recent years. An ideal spot for family outings.

Liscannor is a small fishing village where seafood is a speciality in the local hotels and restaurants.

Doolin renowned as the traditional music capital of Ireland is nestled between the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and the Aran islands. Doolin is a small fishing village where you will find traditional music sessions nightly.

Lisdoonvarna is widely known as The Spa Town famous for its therapeutic mineral waters and sulphur baths. It is also known for its September matchmaking festival which attracts a large volume of visitors each year. The Burren Smoke House is another well known attraction, displaying traditional smoking methods of locally caught fish. The town boasts a variety of excellent pubs and restaurants. Bus transport from Lisdoonvarna to both Limerick and Galway. Primary and secondary schools in Lisdoonvarna town within walking distance.

Kilshanny House is the perfect spot to set off from and explore many more attractions of The Wild Atlantic Way for example take the ferry to The Aran Islands plus Doolin Cave....Aillwee cave in Ballyvaughan, The Burren National park and walking trails, The Cliffs of Moher visitor centre plus many more.

TO VIEW OR MAKE A BID - Please contact Streets Ahead Properties on 065 7072687 or visit: www.munsterpropertyauction.ie

This property is offered for sale by unconditional auction. The successful bidder is required to pay a 10% deposit and contracts are signed immediately on acceptance of a bid. The buyer will be granted 28 days from the date of exchange to complete the purchase. Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price. Terms and conditions apply to this sale, which is operated by The Munster Property Auction powered by IAM Sold.

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These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection, measurement or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. Properties may be sold via online auction or public auction and bids made prior to public auction may be accepted by the vendors. IAM Sold and our partner auctioneer will share relevant personal information and transactional updates with each other so that we can effectively market and sell properties including the arrangement of viewings and follow up.

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BER C2

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BER No 800493934
Energy Performance Indicator: 586.95 kWh/m2/yr

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Date Entered/Renewed:

5/2/2020 (12 days ago)

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