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- Planning permission passed for a 3 storey 5 bedroom house
- Approximately 5500 sq ft house
- Commanding countryside views which look down over the river to the ‘stick bridge’
- Located in prime high profile residential location
We are delighted to bring to the market this fantastic site which has been passed for a spacious 5 bedroom dwelling. It boasts commanding countryside views and is adjacent to the well-known ‘stick bridge’ which is over the river Maine which is highly popular with walkers and cyclists.
Area of plans passed for new dwelling approximately 5500 sq ft
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Prime country location in a high profile residential area which is Situated just over 2 miles from the village of Cullybackey, which has both an excellent primary school and post primary school. The local town of Ballymena is 5 miles away and it is just a 40 minute drive to Belfast.
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