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Wetherspoon to sell Dublin pub

JD Wetherspoon is selling its Three Tun pub in Blackrock, Co.Dublin.threetun

The decision follows a period of expansion including  the  opening of an 89-bedroom hotel and pub in Dublin and plans for two new pubs, in Waterford and Galway respectively.
 Located on the corner of Temple road and Carysfort Avenue in the south Dublin village of Blackrock, the premises is being offered to the market as a going concern or with full vacant possession at a guide price of €2.5 million.
 
While the pub occupies a high-profile position within and presented in excellent condition throughout having recently undergone a full programme of refurbishment, its relatively-close proximity (3km) to another of JD Wetherspoon’s southside pubs, the Forty Foot in Dún Laoghaire, is understood to have informed its decision to sell.
The Three Tun Tavern was the first of JD Wetherspoon’s venues in the Republic of Ireland. Acquired by UK pub group for €1.5 million in December 2013, the former Tonic Bar underwent a €1.5 million refurbishment before opening for business under its new name in 2014.
The Three Tun Tavern comprises a large open-plan bar and restaurant dining area extending to 498sq m at ground-floor level complemented by a beer garden.
The first floor of the premises extends to 385sq m and consists of a kitchen, storerooms, office, and customers’ toilet facilities. The pub site area extends to 0.08 acres.
 
 

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