Ireland’s cheapest pub goes on sale at an absolute price
Ireland’s cheapest pub is officially up for auction at an incredible price.
The Heart of the Horse in Coolagown is the Farriers Bar site just outside Cork which was slapped with a indicative price of just € 55,000.
According to Daft.ie, it’s the cheapest joint in the country, with the former Connaught Bar in Charlestown Co Mayo the only other with a matching price, reports Cork Beo.
Located on the outskirts of Fermoy, the Maréchal-Ferrant has an open-plan living room and two bedrooms at the back.
It is only a ten minute drive from the town and a few minutes from the M8, giving it great connectivity from its quiet rural base.
It remains to be seen whether he will go for that price or not – as the online auction site BidX1 will open the auction in November.
The warm, 177 square meter space is fully decorated with equestrian themes and has ample space to place the fire with seating all around the walls.
The classic local pub furniture gives it that old style feel and with the right care it could become a central village center for people to come together again.
BidX1 sellers say, “An old ad.
“Comprising an old public house on one level with residential accommodation at the back. Spanning approximately 177m² (1,905 sq. Ft.). Vacant possession.
“The property is arranged on the ground floor only to provide an old detached public house.
“Inside, the property includes an open-plan bar and lounge as well as a two-bedroom residence to the rear.
“The property is located at the main junction of the village of Coolagown on the N72 north.”