99 Cathedral Road & 4 Altavallen Park, Desart Lane, Armagh BT61 8AE

Offers over £650,000
7 Bed Detached house For Sale
Offers over £650,000
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Price Offers over £650,000
Rates £3,259.20 pa*
Stamp Duty £22,500**
Style Detached house
Bedrooms 7
Receptions 3
Bathrooms 3
Heating Oil
EPC Rating E50/C70
Status For sale

*Rates information is provided for guidance purposes only, as the information source is subject to change. Please check the LPSNI website for further detail. **Stamp Duty Land Tax information is provided for guidance purposes only. Please check the UK Government website for further details. (www.gov.uk)

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ABOUT THIS PROPERTY

We have been asked to offer to the open market in one or two lots this stunning Georgian period property & detached bungalow off the "Cathedral Road" within easy walking distance of Armagh City. Please note there will be no internal photos for privacy purposes. Private viewings only. 

Please note: Both assets may be sold in one lot & may be a development opportunity for a residential or commercial client, subject to their own planning permission assessments. 

Please discuss your Enquiries directly with Art O'Hagan principal of CPS.


Lot 1 - 99 Cathedral Road, Armagh & Lands
Stunning Georgian secluded property, offering drawing room, morning room, study, 7 bedrooms, kitchen, larder, single glazed wooden sash Windows, oil fired central heating, imperial hall stairs & landing. Generous outbuildings (needing refurbished) & greenhouse plus C.3 acres of arable lands to rear. 

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