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Superb Commercial Property For Sale in Kilkenny ireland

$422,957 | £304,247 | €350,000
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Superb Commercial Property For Sale in Kilkenny ireland
Euroresales Property iD- 9825734

Property information:

a prominent 7-day licensed premises for sale by private treaty. Located on a pivotal corner site in the centre of the town overlooking the River Barrow and the Quay. Graignamanagh is on the River Barrow at the foot of Brandon Hill and is recognised for its outdoor pursuits, including woodland walks, cycling, outdoor swimming, fishing and canoeing. it is also rich in historical heritage and the home of Duiske Abbey a 13th century Cistercian monastery and the venue of an annual literary festival which make it an attractive tourist destination. Graignamanagh is centrally located within the oeunny South East counties of Kilkenny, Carlow, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford known for its vibrant towns and rural getaways.

The ground floor level of the property comprises of a traditional style bar, divided into a number of sections including an original bar with a snug and back bar with a solid fuel stove leading to a large enclosed beer garden and patio area. There is spacious residential accommodation overhead. Accommodation on the first floor consists of a generous living room, kitchen, bathroom, six bedrooms with one ensuite. The property is ideal for the development of a bar/restaurant business with accommodation, a hostel, guest house or bed and breakfast.

The property is being offered for sale with the option of being sold with or without the 7-Day Licence.

This property must be viewed to appreciate the development potential it offers either in its current use as a bar/restaurant with accommodation or to redevelop the property as a hostel / guest accommodation.

Viewing by appointment.




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TOTAL 274.53 2,977

About the Area:

Kilkenny (irish: Cill Chainnigh) is one of the most popular tourist destinations in ireland as well as a weekend getaway for many irish. Well regarded for its vibrant nightlife, it has become increasingly popular in recent years. The city is also famous for its many mediæval buildings and is referred to as the Marble City after the black polished limestone ['marble'] that was quarried around the city. Despite its small population, it holds ancient city status due to having a cathedral and an old royal charter dating from 1609. The locals do not take kindly to the city being referred to as a "town".

in the mid 1960's various arts and craft enterprises were set up in what was the stables for Kilkenny Castle. These still exist in various forms and in the county particularly Thomastown. The city plays host to three festivals which bring large crowds from all over ireland. in May the Rhythm and Roots music festival take place in pubs and other venues around the city. On the June bank holiday weekend the Cat Laughs comedy festival take place. in August the Kilkenny Arts Festival, second only to its Galway equivalent, takes place. Venues for this last festival include the Castle and St Canice's Cathedral.

The city centre is bookended by it's two primary tourist attractions. St Canice's Cathedral to the north in irishtown and Kilkenny Castle at the opposite end located on the Parade. The city has the greatest concentration of medieval churches in the country. indeed on the occasion of the State purchasing St Mary's Hall ireland's paper of record, The irish Times, stated that "St Mary's Hall in located halfway along the trail of the most significant medieval urban landscape in ireland". All year round the coaches which line the Parade underline the popularity of Kilkenny as a tourist destination. The lower end of the Parade, from the Castle to the traffic lights at the beginning of High Street has recently been redesigned. it has created a pleasant pedestrian zone and also permits a nice vista of the Castle from High Street. it is currently the location of the only public toilets in the city. This new crude structure has had its appearance softened somewhat by the placing of tourist information boards across the front. These are well worth reading and will aid your enjoyment of our historic city. The tourist office, open all year round, is in Shee Alms House, on Rose inn Street. This is five minutes walk from the Castle.

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