8 Killyneill Road, Dungannon BT71 6LL
Residential Land (with FPP) For Sale
This site is located on the Killyneill Road just of Killyman Road and is a prestigious area within Dungannon.
This Development opportunity offers the chance to acquire circa 2.5 acres with planning permission for 42 units.
The planning permission is currently for 17 No. Townhouses, 25 No. Apartments with associated car parking and landscape enhancements.
Dungannon is classed as a Large Town and had a population of 15,889 at the time of the 2011 Census. Dungannon is in the southeast of County Tyrone.
The town grew up around a hill, known locally as Castle Hill. There are three small lakes on the southern edge of town, the biggest of which is Black Lough. There are also two parks in the eastern part of town: Dungannon Park and Windmill Park.
Dungannon is linked to the M1 motorway, which runs from the southeast of the town to Belfast. There is an Ulsterbus town bus service that runs daily that serves the town's suburbs.
Maneely & Co Ltd assume the title is freehold but recommend you carry out your own checks with your solicitor.
This site extends to circa 2.5 acres.
Maneely & Co are lead to believe there is no VAT to be paid on this purchase. This can be confirm prior to signing contracts.
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is not required.
Full planning permission is currently granted for 17 No. Townhouses, 25 No. Apartments with associated car parking and landscape enhancements. To obtain a copy of the plans contact Niall Maneely or Connor Harte.
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