Leinster pubs on the market include three with development potential

In Naas, Co Kildare, Swan Dowling’s pub is a two-storey premises standing on a 0.91-acre site which is zoned Town Centre, and would facilitate retail, commercial and residential development.

Swan Dowling’s pub in Naas is a two-storey premises standing on a 0.91-acre site in the town

Joint selling agents Savills and REA Brophy Farrell say a feasibility study demonstrates the potential for 83 apartments and duplexes. They are guiding more than €1.7m for the property.

It is located 400 metres from Naas main street.

In Kilkenny city, The Playwright pub has a traditional public bar with kitchen at ground floor level from High Street leading to the lower ground floor which is at street level to St Kieran’s Street comprising a sizable rear lounge/dining area and the Cave Café.

It has a gross floor area of 456sqm of which about 70sqm are on the High Street ground floor and 137sqm are on the St Kieran’s Street ground floor.

Joint agents Lisney and Sherry FitzGerald McCreery are seeking in excess of €1.25m for it.

Reddy’s on Tullow Street, Carlow, extends to 10,000sqft

In Carlow, the town’s oldest pub, Reddy’s on Tullow Street, comes with a beer garden and car park to the rear, both of which combined extend to almost 0.25 acres.

Lisney is the sole selling agent.

Extending to about 10,000sqft, the property is laid out with a traditional lounge bar, restaurant, and function room to ground floor level. The first floor comprises a function room with a former living room, dining room and office. The second floor comprises seven former bedrooms.

It is expected it might sell for a price similar to that quoted for The Playwright.

In Kildare town, the former Boland’s pub has frontage on Market Square and Bride Street

In Kildare town, the former Boland’s pub on

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