The Tipperary Inn in Honiley, near Kenilworth, Warwickshire, is claimed to be the pub where the tune was written by Harry Williams and Jack Judge.
Williams' parents were publicans of the Plough Inn at the time of the First World War, and the pub subsequently changing names to the Tipperary when royalties from the song were used to purchase the property.
The leasehold of the pub is now available for £85,000 through Davey Co - and details can be found on PMA's property site.
The pub acts as a tourist attraction and features photos and information relating to the song.
It is a village pub with an 80-seater restaurant and lounge bar. The private accommodation on the first floor comprises five rooms plus a kitchen and bathroom which could be adapted to provide five letting bedrooms.
The pub is run by Mike Malhan (pictured by piano), who is relocating to another pub for family reasons.