Price €375,000
Style Pub
Status For sale

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REA Brady (Carrick-on-Shannon)

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Features

  • Prime Corner Location in Carrick on Shannon's busiest district
  • Fully fitted and in move in condition.
  • Strong Trading Figures.

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Description
This exceptional Public House of high reputation and renown, is an institution in Carrick on Shannon social life. Steeped in a long history of good times and social events the Anchorage is a traditional pub that has a homely ambiance that only time and a million shoes on the floor can bring. Located on the prominent corner of Bridge Street and Quay Rd, it is right in the heart of the town, just down from the Bridge (over the Shannon) and around the corner from the Quay and the Rowing Club. This immediate district accommodates many restaurants including the top four in Carrick. The property enjoys good daytime trade, especially in the summer with boaters, fishermen and tourists and is a hive of activity on the weekends. Over the pub are two further floors of accommodation. These have benefited from recent upgrades and provide self-catering accommodation for up to 20 guests. Overall the property is in good condition and is been sold as a going concern. For those seeking a strong business in a Landmark location The Anchorage is a must see.

Features
Prime Corner Location in Carrick on Shannon's busiest district
Fully fitted and in move in condition.
Strong Trading Figures.

Accommodation
The property comprises of a spacious pub finished in traditional style, Mens Bathroom, Ladies Bathroom X 2, Rear Hall and Store Room.
On the first floor are 3 bedrooms, 1 ensuite and 1 house Bathroom
On the Second floor there are 3 Bedrooms, 1 enusite, 1 house bathroom and a kitchen.Pub - 8.4m x 11.85m
The pub is entered on the corner of the building, the entrance been very visible and attractive. You enter through pitch pine cathedral head doors with stained glass. The Bar is traditional in style and as with most of the furnishings it is crafted in pitch pine which is now aged and more appealing for that age. Seating is arranged with mostly custom built in seating, some open to the bigger space, some arranged in tasteful semi private recesses. The bar and the public space is tastefully decorated with memorabilia appropriate to its heritage and its history in Carrick on Shannon social life.
Self Catering -



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