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DEVELOPMENT SITE WITH FULL PLANNING PERMISSION
& BUILDING CONTROL APPROVAL FOR 5 DWELLINGS
A great opportunity to acquire a development site with full planning permission for 5 dwellings (LA02/2018/0773/F), with the added benefit of Building Control Plan Approval already in place.
The site is situated off the Townhill Road, close to the centre of Portglenone. The plans indicate the following: -
Site 1 - 3-bedroom semi-detached house c. 1,075 sq. ft.
Site 2 - 3-bedroom semi-detached house c. 968 sq. ft.
Site 3 - 3-bedroom end townhouse c. 1,016 sq. ft.
Site 4 - 3-bedroom mid townhouse c. 1,140 sq. ft.
Site 5 - 3-bedroom end townhouse c. 1,075 sq. ft.
For further details and plans please contact Andrew Dalzell MRICS on 028 7082 5555
NB All offers must be accompanied by proof of funds/funding.
Off Townhill Road.
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