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The Hazel Tree, Hazelwood,

Mallow, P51P96X

5 Bed Licenced/Pub

POA

5 Bedrooms

BER rating C2

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Sherry Fitzgerald O'Donovan (Mallow)

PSR Licence: 003457

Key Information

Price

POA

Style

Licenced/Pub

BER Rating

BER rating C2

Status

For sale

property description image***FINAL OFFERS June 1st 11.00AM***
Situated 2km off the N20 between Cork and Limerick at Newtwopothouse, this is an excellent opportunity to acquire a large 7 day licenced premises with meeting room, lounge, ballroom, and fully fited kitchen.

Affectionatley known as "the Nashville of the South", the site has a strong profile at a 5 cross road with easy access on to the N20 Cork/Limerick road. The rectangular shaped site extending to 2.7 Acres (1.09 Hectares). The overall floor area of the bar/ballroom/meeting area extends to 1,250 sq m (13,437 sq ft) in total, while an adjoining 2 bedroom dwelling extends to 80 sq m (860 sq ft).

We understand the property is held by way of a freehold title and will be sold with the benefit of vacant possession.

Viewings Strictly on Appointment Only

*Fibre Broadband available
*Three Phase Electricity
*Air conditioned with Oil heating
*60,000 gallon fire hydrant underground tank
*7 day licenced premises with restaraunt certificate
* approx. 2.7 acre site Lounge 12.8m x 13.6m 
Ladies & Gents Toilets  
Lobby  
Stage  
Bar 9.6m x 6.7m 
Ballroom 22.6m x 22.1m 
Ladies & Gents  
Dressing Room  
VIP Dressing Room  
Kitchen 9.4m x 3.1m 
Pantry 9.4m x 2.4m 
Meeting Room 14.6m x 11.2m 
Store 9.8m x 8m 
BER: C2
BER Number: 800833626
Energy Performance Indicator: 167.83

Mallow is the largest town along the Blackwater valley; founded in the late 16th century when the Earl of Desmond built a castle to protect the river crossing. The town is sometimes called the crossroads of Munster due to its position on the junction of roads to Waterford, Cork, Dublin, Limerick and Killarney. It's also been identified as a regional hub in the Government's National Spatial Strategy so is likely to grow even more in the future.  Mallow has a large sugar industry processing sugar beet from all over the midlands.

BER Details

BER Rating: C2

BER No.: 800833626

Energy Performance Indicator: 167.83 kWh/m²/yr

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