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We are pleased to bring to the market this attractive building site of approximately 0.5 acre, with full planning permission (garage founds in place) for a detached bungalow (c.3600sqft) with potential for first floor conversion, and a detached double garage with store. Well positioned on a manageable plot with views over the surrounding countryside, electricity, mains water and telephone connections are close by. Superbly located immediate to Aldergrove International airport on the outskirts of Antrim town; Crumlin and Templepatrick are easily accessible, with the M1 and M2 road networks close by for commuters. There is a shortage of quality sites in this locale and on the market as a whole, and as such we recommend registering your interest early. Please contact our office for full details.
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