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Former Glendun Nursing Home, Cushendun Harbour, 16 Strand View Park, Cushendun, Ballymena BT44 0PL


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Commercial Property For Sale

Price POA
Style Commercial Property
Status For sale
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Prime Seafront Development Opportunity
Former Glendun Nursing Home, Cushendun Harbour
(16 Strand View Park, Cushendun, BT44 0PL)
Cushendun is a small coastal village in County Antrim and is accessed by the A2 coast road between Cushendall and Ballycastle. Cushendun is part of the Causeway Coast & Glens District and lies within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is a popular stop off on the Game of Thrones tourist route which brings additional revenue to the shops and cafes in the vicinity.

The site overlooks the Glendun River and is adjacent to a block of bayside apartments. It was previously approved through Planning for the development of a licensed restaurant with bedroom accommodation and then more recently approval to refurbish the existing building and build further apartments to the rear. As such the site is ripe for development into either of these uses subject to fresh planning application or other uses as planning will permit
Planning for the development of a licensed restaurant with hotel had previously been approved
E/1999/0019 – approved 14/4/2000 : Conversion of Nursing Home to Licenced restaurant and Bedroom Accommodation and redevelopment of vacant hotel with apartments. (Listed building approval for this was E/1999/0018)
More recently approval had been granted for refurbishment ofthe existing building with additional apartments to the rear.
E/2008/0124/LB – Alteration and extension to existing listed property to provide 4 No. Waterside Apartments (and 4 Duplex apartments to the rear E/2008/0105F) – Approved 27/1/09

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