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- GRADE B1 LISTED BUILDING FRONTING THE ORMEAU ROAD
- EXCELLENT COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL, SUBJECT TO PLANNING.
- 418 Sqm (4500 Sqft ) GROSS INTERNAL AREA
- SITUATED CLOSE TO THE COMMERCIAL HEART OF THE BUSY ORMEAU ROAD.
** GRADE B1 LISTED BUILDING FRONTING THE ORMEAU ROAD ** EXCELLENT COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL, SUBJECT TO PLANNING. ** 418 Sqm (4500 Sqft ) GROSS INTERNAL AREA ** SITUATED CLOSE TO THE COMMERCIAL HEART OF THE BUSY ORMEAU ROAD.
350 Ormeau Road is a superb investment opportunity located on the ever popular Ormeau Road. The subject property is the old "our lady of the holy rosary" church. According to the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, the property was originally built 1896 - 1898 in scrabo sandstone with dumfries dressing by J & J Martin, to the designs of JJ O'Shea. This is a B1 listed property with effect from 19th August 1986 with usable space of approx 4500 sq ft and an organ loft of approx 500 sqft.
Located on one of Belfast's most prominent and busiest arterial routes with easy access to Belfast City Centre and transport links, the Ormeau Road is quickly becoming one of the highly sought after South Belfast locations with a number of local businesses such as bistros, coffee houses, butchers, vibrant pubs, leisure facitilies and parks all within easy reach.
The church has had planning permission, which has lapsed, for a change of use to a museum, art gallery, coffee shop, bistro, office and small creche. Reference Z/1997/0772
Note: It may also be possible to purchase the adjacent site with derelict house, comprising 6 bedrooms and 3 reception rooms, kitchen and bathroom.
FURTHER DETAILS AND VIEWING: Contact Michael DevlinHampton Estates tel: 90642888
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