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Rose Earley’s Pub is a handsome two-storey, licensed premises on a corner site in the busy commuter town of Newbridge, Co Kildare. It comprises a cellar, bar, lounge, ladies’ and gents’ toilets and at first-floor level, a 50-seater restaurant and kitchen with its own street-level access, which operated as the popular Best Steakhouse & Grill for many years. There is also an outside smoking area. The restaurant and bar are decorated in rustic style with dark wood and exposed brickwork a feature.
In addition, an adjacent residence with 2 x 2-bedroom apartments is included in the sale. The apartments are in need of complete refurbishment.
The last census revealed that Newbridge was the fasted growing urban centre in County Kildare, itself a county experiencing large population growth. The town and its environs grew by 200% since the last census, bringing the population to over 21,500.
Newbridge is situated some 38 kilometres from Dublin city centre and 17 kilometres from Naas. The town serves as an important commercial and services centre for the county. The rapid development of the town centre over the past 10 years with the development of Whitewater Shopping Centre has seen the town move from a traditional industrial and garrison town to a retail and business hub serving a large hinterland, which itself has seen significant population growth. Important employers located in Newbridge include Pfizer, Newbridge Silverware and Oral B.
Rose Earley’s is located on the junction of Eyre Street with Georges Street. Eyre Street runs parallel to Main Street connecting College Road and Station Road. The location is predominantly commercial in character, however a number of apartment complexes have been constructed on the street over the last decade.
Further information and more photos are available here. For the asking price or to arrange a viewing, please contact Darac O’Neill of O’Neill & Co on 045 856604.
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