- Additional Information
- Share This Property
- Personal Notes
- Similar Properties
- Building Site Of C.3 Acres
- Outline Planning Permission Granted
- Proposed Scheme Of 9 Dwellings
- Quiet And Sought After Location
Prime development site of c. 3 acres with outline planning permission for 9 detached dwellings.
The subject site is in on the Quarter Road, Kirkistown which is on the Ards Peninsula, the east coast of Northern Ireland, within, County Down. The site is located approximately 15 miles from the town of Newtownards, 19 miles from Bangor and c.28 miles from Belfast.
The site being offered to the market has a total area of 3 acres approx. Outline Planning permission is currently passed for 9 units however the site may be capable of accommodating additional dwellings subject to planning.
A copy of the planning permission is available on request (application No. LA06/2016/0131/O).
Offers are invited in the region of £300,000.
For further information regarding the site or if you would like to discuss its development potential in further detail then please contact Ryan at our Newtownards office on (028) 9181 4144 or email us at [email protected]
Google Earth View
Proposed Site Layout
Kirkistown Castle Golf Club
This superb links golf course is within walking distance.
The village's sandy beach makes a superb spot to spend a sunny day; paddling, playing tennis and in the playpark with the little ones. It is easily accessed by visitors of all ages and levels of mobility thanks to recently installed boardwalks, accessed at the northern and southern ends of the beach. Visitors can reach the shoreline without trampling the dunes or disturbing their rare and valuable plant life. A decked rest area provides the perfect vantage point to enjoy breathtaking views over the coast. The boardwalk is also popular with walkers. There is a diverse and sensitive environment at Cloughey, in particular at the sand dunes, which are a Designated Area of Special Scientific Interest.
Within a 25-30 minute drive from the Subject Site.
Mount Stewart is a 19th-century house and garden in County Down, Northern Ireland, owned by the National Trust. Situated on the east shore of Strangford Lough. This is within a short drive of the subject site.
Within a 15 minute drive.
Within a 10 minute drive.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS:
We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.
Share this property
Add a personal note about this property
You can add your own personal notes about this property.
You can view all your notes by going to My PropertyPal.com.
You can remove this note at any time.
Notes can only be seen by you and any pals you have added, they cannot be viewed by the vendor or estate agent.
Are you selling this property?
Promote your listing on PropertyPal to get more exposure and put your property in front of the right people.
Not your property? Click here to search for your property.
Option 1: Featured Listing
Get one boost to the top of the search results every week for the duration of your order.
Additionally, your property appears as featured at the top of the search results on selected dates and locations.
Option 2: Premier Listing
Get an automatic boost to the top of the search results every week for the next 4 weeks.
Additionally, your property appears as enhanced with extra photos and a description for the lifetime of your listing.
Spotted a Problem? Even the best agents make mistakes, help us to maintain accurate property information on our listings. Report a problem »