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Harleys Cafe,

Bridge Street, Portlaw, X91F684

Investment Property

Asking Price €199,000

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Contact Sherry Fitzgerald John Rohan

PSR Licence: 001001

+353 51 843 880

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For sale


Investment Property

BER Rating

BER rating C1


Asking Price €199,000

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Sherry FitzGerald John Rohan are delighted to present to market this well-established Bistro and hugely successful business situated in the heart of Portlaw.

Portlaw is a small town in County Waterford on the boarder of County Waterford and Kilkenny, situated c. 18km north-west of Waterford City and c. 12km south of Carrick-on-Suir. It lies just West of the River Suir and the tributary River Clodagh runs through the town. The property has easy access to the R680 regional road, with nearest access point just c. 1.3km away, which provides access to Waterford City. The vicinity is known for Portlaw Woods, the Tower Hill trails and Curraghmore Estate, a manor sitting on the outskirts of the village which is open for visits between March and October and hosts the annual All Together Now Festival. Local amenities included local convenient stores, butchers, library, coffee shop and medical centre.

This business benefits hugely from its prime positioning on the junction between Bridge Street, William Street and Queen Street, just c. 220m from Main Street,T ensures that customers can effortlessly reach the restaurant. The café’s accessibility is further enhanced by its close proximity to a number of residential developments, making it a go-to place for locals to indulge in a variety of fresh and delicious prepared foods. This popular restaurant, seating up to 36 people, currently offers a breakfast and lunch menu, but has the potential to offer dinner service as well.

The property was fully refurbished in 2015 to include all new electrics, plumbing and sewerage system, full re-wiring and a complete re-configuration to allow for wheelchair accessibility. The property, which benefits a modern fit-out is presented in turn-key condition and measures at c. 105 sq. m.

Accommodation comprises of: entrance hall, restaurant floor, Ladies and Gents toilet, Fully fitted kitchen, walk-in fridge, dry store, staff area, staff toilet and yard to rear offering some outdoor seating and a side entrance onto William Street.

Special features include:
- Three phase power;
- LPG bulk gas tank;
- Automatic fire suppression system;
- Radon barrior and sump;
- Small yard to rear with street access.

This is an excellent investment opportunity not to be missed, register on mysherryfitz.ie and book your viewing today!

The property is of freehold interest.

The property is currently owner occupied.

Available to view on our website or via:
https://tour.giraffe360.com/bf96503deceb498f83d7342ef89b6055/ Entrance Hall 3.67m x 1.21m 
Restaurant Floor 2.60m x 4.10m 
Hallway 2.43m x 1.00m 
Gents 2.31m x 0.99m 
Ladies 1.56m x 2.07m 
Kitchen 3.12m x 5.78m 
Walk-in Fridge 1.50m x 1.88m 
Dry Store 1.34m x 3.90m 
Cloak Room 1.03m x 1.71m 
Staff Toliet 1.60m x 1.41m 
BER Number: 800879454
Energy Performance Indicator: 608.22 (kWh/m2/yr)

Portlaw (Irish: Port Cládach or Port Lách) is a town in County Waterford. It is situated some 19 km west-north-west of Waterford City, where the Clodiagh meets the Suir. The town's Main Street has a bakery, butcher, grocery, bars, and a Heritage Centre. The town's main attraction is Curraghmore House, a manor sitting on the outskirts which has around 40 ha of land, is open for visits all the year round. Suirway operate a bus route linking Portlaw to Waterford.

BER Details

BER Rating: C1

BER No.: 800879454

Energy Performance Indicator: 608.22 kWh/m²/yr

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