- Additional Information
- Share This Property
- Personal Notes
- Attractive building site with outline planning permission
- Good profile position fronting on the Lany Road
- Attractive hamlet of St. James with Meadowbridge Primary School
- The site extends to approximately 0.5 acres
- Excellent opportunity for commuters
This attractive building site commands a high profile setting on the Lany Road, within the small hamlet of St James and convenient to Meadowbridge Primary School. This prime location provides a wonderful opportunity for commuters, having a good road network for Moira and the M1 as well as Hillsborough and the A1. The property can be sold as a half acre plot or as a slightly larger plot by way of negotiation.
From Moira, Take Hillsborough Old Road and proceed to the end and turn right for Hillsborough. Proceed the 40 miles per hours speed limit of St. James and the building site is on the left hand side.
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 »