This substantial licensed premises is currently laid out to provide for a bar/lounge/eating area together with an adjoining Off Licence and smoking area to the rear. Previously one of the town's most popular rendezvous, this substantial property is constructed to provide an experienced operator a blank canvas to reinstate this trophy building to it's former glory.
Off Licence (Own door entrance) c.8.40 m. x 5.70 m.
Comms Room c.2.90 m. x 1.70 m.
Main Bar c.9.00 m. x 8.33 m. / c.7.63 m x 4.50 m.
Lounge/Restaurant c.8.85 m. x 8.20 m.
Food Service Area c.6.00 m. x 4.50 m.
W.C. (Ladies & Gents) c.4.55 m. x 7.00 m.
Kitchen (Fully equipped) c.6.50 m. x 4.00 m.
Cold Room c.3.25 m. x 2.52 m.
Dry Goods Store c.2.70 m. x 3.80 m.
Ladies W.C. c.3.80 m. x 3.14 m.
Gents W.C. c.2.63 m. x 3.50 m.
Keg Cold Room c.5.40 m. X 3.37 m
Covered Beer Garden c.5.26 m. x 5.80 m.
Smoking Area c.9.20 m. x 3.20 m.
The entire property is to be sold on the basis and with the benefit of vacant possession but does offer an astute owner the opportunity to lease part of the building for additional income by virtue of the size and layout of the overall
The subject property is zoned: "Town Centre mixed use" under the current development plan.
The subject property is located at the junction of Seatown Place and Quay Street, on a pivotal corner site and only a few minutes' walk from Dundalk town centre. There is ease of access onto the Inner Relief road and in close proximity is the Louth County Council Building (Millennium Buildings), Aura Leisure Centre and Quayside Business Park.