Dream of owning an Irish pub? Imagine! Fitzpatrick’s of Jenkinstown, County Louth has gone on the market!
Multiple award-winning pub and restaurant, Fitzpatrick’s of Jenkinstown, County Louth, whose doors were announced closed by the bank in May is now offered up for sale at $1.75 million U.S. ( €1.5 million).
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“Renowned worldwide for its fine cuisine, exceptional hospitality and quaint Irish Charms "Fitzpatrick’s" has been immaculately maintained and presented to the highest standards. Its traditional-style & charm blends with its modern facilities and equipment to ensure the conveniences are in place for a new operator to continue and grow the trade into the future.”
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The nearly 7,000 sq. ft. floor space sits on 8.57 acres of land on the scenic Cooley Peninsula on the main Dundalk to Cooley Road. The facility can accommodate up to 180 patrons and includes a modern, fully equipped commercial kitchen, several bars and lounges, a full restaurant and bar as well as an outdoor partly-covered beer garden.
The large collection of “memorabilia and paraphernalia are not included in the sale but may possibly be open for consideration in a separate sale”.
The full listing can be see here.
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