Stunning Cork pub a stone’s throw from Sea Market hits for €250,000

THIS magnificent pub a stone’s throw from the sea is up for grabs for just €250,000.

The long-established licensed residential premises retain all the charm of the period as well as plenty of accommodation – and they have plenty of potential for further development.

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The pub is located in a seaside town in Cork
Long-established licensed residential premises retain all period charm plus plenty of accommodation

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Long-established licensed residential premises retain all period charm plus plenty of accommodation
The building became a licensed premises in 1901

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The building became a licensed premises in 1901

The three storey building in Ballydehob, Co Cork also includes a large cellar and barrel room with separate access from the garden.

It was built in 1870 and became a licensed facility in 1901.

The establishment was published on myhome.ie and it was written: “In 1918 the Daly family took over the premises.

“Until her recent death it was occupied and run by Ina Daly who was renowned for her wisdom, wit and hospitality to all.”

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Ballydehob is a coastal village in the heart of West Cork with a selection of renowned shops, pubs and restaurants. And the building is only a stone’s throw from the sea.

On the ground floor of the building are the bar, the kitchen, the bathroom and the reception room.

The first floor has a living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom while the second floor has two more bedrooms.

The basement has a store and a keg room.

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It comes just months after Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien, TD, signed new planning regulations which will exempt the conversion of former pubs into residential units from the requirement for planning permission.

This means property hunters can now broaden their search to include disused pubs.

In Waterford, Ryan’s Pub on Barrack Street, just outside the city centre, has been derelict for almost a decade but has recently been redeveloped into four one-bed townhouses, two two-bed apartments and two one-bed apartments.

The building includes a large cellar and barrel room with separate access from the garden

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The building includes a large cellar and barrel room with separate access from the garden
The three-story house has two bathrooms

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The three-story house has two bathrooms
The property has been published on myhome.ie

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The property has been published on myhome.ie

And the new exemption – contained in an extension of the 2018 planning regulations – will allow for other similar renovations.

The regulations allow a change of use of certain vacant commercial premises – including vacant areas above ground floor premises – to residential use.

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The exemptions are intended to reduce the number of vacant buildings while increasing the supply of needed housing.

Since 2018, just under 1,400 housing units have benefited from these planning exemptions. The settlement signed by Minister O’Brien extends the exemption until the end of 2025.

The building was constructed in 1870 and became a chartered premises in 1901

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The building was constructed in 1870 and became a chartered premises in 1901
The magnificent property has four bedrooms

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The magnificent property has four bedrooms
The building has plenty of room for adjustments

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The building has plenty of room for adjustments
The house has a lot of potential for further development.

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The house has a lot of potential for further development.

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