Cheers! Drink In These 6 Homes With Full Bars or Taverns for Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day
It’s no blarney!
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we rounded up six homes on the market that are located across the country, and offer full bars to toast the luck of the Irish. Some of them even boast full taverns. They’re perfect spots for celebrating the holiday without ever leaving home.
For a full look, just scroll on down. Cheers!
Why it’s here: Jackson’s Old Chatham House provides the opportunity to live in a four-bedroom home while operating a full tavern.
The historic property features a restaurant with full bar, multiple dining and banquet rooms, and outdoor seating. Designed to accommodate up to 350 guests, the cozy interior boasts exposed-beam ceilings, a curved-wood bar, and wood-burning stove.
The listing also includes a separate, four-bedroom home next door that has been entirely modernized.
Why it’s here: The historic Carriage House of Danforth Lodge features an authentic English pub.
Originally part of the Armour/Valentine estate, this five-bedroom, brick home boasts 13,000 square feet of space. Just past the indoor pool, you can belly up to the elevated, hand-carved bar. Nearby, there’s also an entertainment room with pool table. A heated garage can accommodate up to 20 cars.
Located on 1.3 acres, the property offers stunning views of Oconomowoc Lake and comes with a boat slip.
Why it’s here: Befitting of St. Patrick’s Day, this sprawling manor located in none other than Shamrock (!) Hills, features a full English pub on the lower level.
Built in 1997, the six-bedroom home offers a whopping 7,581 square feet of space. The hand-carved wood pub has several tap handles ready to pour the perfect pint of Guinness. The cozy lower level also includes a family room with a fireplace.
Located on 2.5 acres with its rolling green fields, the property looks straight out of the Emerald Isle.
Why it’s here: Located along the shores of Lake Michigan and reminiscent of the Irish Coast’s Galway Bay, this sprawling estate comes with an authentic pub.
The exquisite lower-level bar sports elegant wood-paneled walls, wood details on the ceiling, and a gorgeous cabinet to show off glassware. There’s seating at the bar for up to five guests, along with a separate area to gather at a nearby table. The pub is surrounded by a curved wall of windows and French doors that lead to a private terrace.
Located in the golf cart community of Grand Beach, the 8,800-square-foot home sits on over half an acre of waterfront property.
Why it’s here: Located on the main level of the house, this custom-crafted, illuminated bar features a specialty IPA tap.
The gleaming dark-wood bar provides the focal point of its first-floor location. After pouring a cold one, head over to the nearby billiards room for a game of pool, or relax in the lounge area by the fireplace. French doors open to a spacious terrace.
Located on 1 acre, the 6,793-square-foot luxury estate also boasts designer finishes, a hand-crafted, custom kitchen, and a four-stop mahogany elevator.
Why it’s here: The entire lower level of this six-bedroom home has been transformed into something worth a pot of gold.
Gather round the elegant tavern-style bar for a perfectly poured pint, or enjoy a favorite bottle of vino from the nearby wine cellar. The fully stocked pub is tucked away in a cozy wood-paneled nook that boasts three flat-screen TVs, a stone-front, wood-top bar, and seating for six guests.
Located on over an acre in the Governors Towne Country Club, this 9,322-square-foot home also features a movie theater, home gym, game room, and golf simulator.