Potential Restaurant Property In Union Hall, Co. Cork, Hits The Market
A potential restaurant property in Union Hall, Co. Cork, has hit the market.
As reported by The Irish Examiner, the 3,000 square foot property with annexes, which is comprised of a former shop, a private home, outbuildings and a deep site at Listarkin, Union Hall, is being offered by estate agent Ray O'Neill of Sherry FitzGerald O'Neill as a residential and commercial development opportunity.
The property reportedly has possible scope for further residential development given its depth and gardens, however, O'Neill reportedly suggests that it also has clear potential for a mixed-use/tourist-related business to include a restaurant/café and holiday lets "or other uses combined with a home of character in one of west Cork’s most scenic and popular holiday destinations".
Accommodation reportedly currently includes a spacious former retail shop/hardware store, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, study, five bedrooms, bathroom and attached stores at ground level, and there is reportedly also a detached garage/workshop accessed off of the street via double gates.
O'Neill reportedly said, "The location on the Wild Atlantic Way, with the sea being just across the street, offers a unique opportunity to adapt to a different lifestyle."
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