Popular Wicklow pub put on the market for €2.25m

A bar and restaurant business with planning approval for an extension on its one-acre grounds at Kilmacanogue, Co Wicklow, is expected to attract notable interest when it goes on the market today.

Ross Shorten of Lisney — the agency through which the property is going up for sale — is looking for €2.25 million for Pluck’s of Kilmacanogue, which acts as the last prominent services location on the N11 before it joins the M50.

The business has been open for almost 200 years and was rebranded by the current owners when they acquired it in 2014.

Since its rebranding, a new kitchen and cold room has been added and planning permission has been granted for an additional floor area of 269 square-metres to expand the restaurant, bar and function areas, as well as the kitchen.

Shorten told the Irish Times that the additional space would attract the licensed and restaurant trade as well as the retail and development market.

The grounds have 92 car parking spaces.

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