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- Town centre public house and restaurant
- Total gross internal area 6,846 sq ft (636 sq m)
- To be sold by private treaty
The premises comprises an extensive two storey end terrace building which provides a public bar and restaurant with beer garden on the ground floor. The first floor provides a lounge and function room area.
Internally the ground floor is finished to a good standard throughout with the restaurant located to the front accessed off South Street. Finishes include tiled/timber flooring, a combination of timber, plastered, painted and stone effect walls, painted ceiling with spot and wall mounted lighting. Seating is provided by individual upholstered chairs, perimeter benches and booth style tables. Further seating is provided around the timber bar servery with bar stools. WC facilities are located off this area.
To the rear ground floor is the public bar which also has its own self contained access off Upper Court Street. The bar is finished to a traditional standard with similar finishes as the restaurant. Adjacent to this area is the fitted kitchen as well as the adjoining beer garden. Also included on the ground floor is the keg and bottle stores with general storage areas.
The first floor is accessed off the South Street entrance via a timber stairwell. The first floor provides an open plan lounge and function facility finished to a good standard. The first floor is serviced by timber bar servery, ample WC’s, stores, DJ booth facility and compact kitchen preparation area with dumb waiter.
Site area - 0.21 acres (0.085 hectares)
The property is positioned within the Town Centre Boundary and within an Area of Archaeological Potential as outlined in the Ards and Down Area Plan.
An inventory of fixtures & fittings will be provided upon a sale agreement.
Trading accounts will be provided to bona fide parties.
Full details will be provided to prospective purchasers. The purchaser will be required to comply with the relevant legislation in respect of the employees.
The business is being sold with the benefit of an Article 5 (1) (a) liquor licence.
EPC - C72
Molly Browns public house and restaurant occupies a prominent corner site on South Street with a substantial return frontage onto Upper Court Street in the centre of Newtownards. Newtownards is located at the northern tip of Strangford Lough and approximately 16 kms (10 miles) east of Belfast.
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