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A delightful rural building site circa ¼ acre located along a lane just off the Gortahar Road just outside the village of Rasharkin. The site has full planning permission for a detached house (circa 2400 sq ft) and garage. The water supply will be by means of a borehole and electricity is located nearby. There is also an option to purchase additional land circa 3 acres at a price in the region of £25,000. We as selling agents highly recommend an early inspection to fully appreciate the location and setting of this delightful site.
On entering the village of Rasharkin on the Finvoy Road on the approach from Ballymoney continue into the village and turn first left onto the Gortahar Road. Continue on the same and after leaving the village the site is accessed via a lane on the left hand side (approximately 150 yards on the left after leaving the village). The site is at the end of the lane.
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