Sunday May 31, 2020

Historic Cork bookshop goes under hammer after 100 years

Enjoying a prime location, equidistant from the South Mall and St Patrick Street, the building is just a stroll from the well-known English Market

22nd April, 2018
49-50 Oliver Plunkett Street in Cork

It’s ‘literary’ the end of a chapter at 49-50 Oliver Plunkett Street in Cork as the iconic building that has traded as Liam Ruiséal bookshop for almost a century, is closing its doors and will be sold in the coming weeks. Agent Colliers International is guiding €975,000 for it and, incidentally, it will be the first time the building has changed hands in 100 years.

The property will be sold...

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