Glenmona House

Cushendun's most characteristic residence was built by Clough Williams-Ellis (1883-1978), the architect of Portmeirion in North Wales who worked here for Ronald McNeill, Lord Cushendun. Glenmona House (1923), a Neo-Georgian style residence has a front portico, supported by Tuscan columns; set in a pine wood, it faces the sea to the north of the village.

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10 Glendun Road Cushendun

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