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4 LAUREL LANE, BELFAST BT14 8SQ
(off BUDORE ROAD, DUNDROD)
CIRCA 101 ACRES HILL FARM with 2 REPLACEMENT BUILDING SITES IN LOTS IF DESIRED
We have been favoured with instructions to offer for sale this hill farm consisting of circa 101 acres or thereabouts. Replacement planning approval should be sought for both No 4 (original farm dwelling) and No 4a.
The main hill extends to somewhere in the region of 70-75 acres and could be offered as one lot.
The remaining lands can be separated to suit and sold with either building site and old farm buildings.
For further details and maps contact the Agents.
OPEN TO OFFERS
From Quarterlands Road, Dundrod coming from Nutts Corner Roundabout take left onto Budore Road (Jordan’s Cross) (2 miles from Dundrod Village). Go 1 mile and see Laurel Lane on right. Farm is up 1st lane on left.
From Ligoniel Road take Budore Road and go 1 mile Laurel Lane is on left.
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