About the property

Rule & Rule are delighted to offer this freehold development site comprising a derelict former public house, carpark and gardens situated on a semi rural plot of approximately 1 acre. The site is considered suitable for redevelopment of the existing building or development of the whole site. Planning was granted in July 2017 for conversion and extension of the current building to provide nine additional 1 and 2 bedroom flats along with the existing first floor flat and associated parking. * Viewing of the site is strictly by appointment but internal viewing of the public house is not permitted due to the severe dereliction of the property. Our clients ask that all offers are placed in writing to Rule & Rule estate agents and for the attention of Mr Mark Cross.* **Plans and elevations for the proposed re-development are available at our office or via the local planning portal.** The former Elm Tree Inn, or Greyhound PH as it was once known, was a popular local watering hole until it closed in 2008. In the 1900s it was a popular stop off for those traveling to the Harty Ferry and later in the post war years those en-route to the popular holiday resort of Leysdown. Later renamed the Elm Tree Inn in honor of the magnificent trees that once lined the Lower Road. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Development site comprising derelict former Elm Tree Inn public house, gardens and parking
  • Approx 1 acre and set in a semi rural setting
  • Planning granted in July 2017 for extension and 9 additional 1 & 2 bed flats
  • Viewings are strictly by appt
  • No internal viewing of PH due to advanced dereliction of property
  • Plans and elevations of proposed development available upon request
  • Contact Mark Cross at the office for more information

Contact agent

Contact agent

Rule & Rule Estate Agents

37 Broadway



ME12 1AD

United Kingdom

Tel: 01795 662604


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