Former Drumbeg Church Hall, 162 Ballyskeagh Road, Belfast BT17 9LL

Offers around £375,000
Building Site For Sale
Offers around £375,000

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Templeton Robinson (Lisburn Road)

Templeton Robinson (Lisburn Road)

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Key Information

Price Offers around £375,000
Land type Building Site
Status For sale


This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near


  • Red brick Former Parochial Hall with planning to convert into 3,000 sq ft 'Grand Design' family home
  • Set on approximately 0.3 acres
  • Currently extended to circa 2,600
  • Recently being used for a variety of purposes, such as Personal Fitness, Charity Functions & Community events
  • There are no historical listings on the building
  • Planning approval for redevelopment for both residential and commercial purposes
  • Oil fired central heating & uPVC double glazing throughout (not tested)
  • PP for Conversion to residential dwelling - LA05/2017/0080/F
  • PP for Refurbishment, extension - LA05/2016/1187/F

Additional Information

Rarely does an opportunity arise such as this to acquire such a unique building with planning permission to convert into a 'Grand Design' family home.

Set on a circa 0.3 acres and currently extended to approximately 2,600 sqft the hall has full planning permsission for the conversion (change of use) to a residential dwelling. The hall has been used for a variety of purposes, such as personal fitness, charity functions and community events.

The renowned 'Coogan and Co Architects' have secured planning to convert the Hall into a stunning 4 bedroom detached home.

The hall also has planning approval for refurbishing and extending to a larger hall, which will suit a commercial project such as offices, coffee shop etc.

Ground Floor

18.72m x 9.25m (61' 5" x 30' 4")
Wooden floor. Double doors through to front porch.
FRONT PORCH: Tiled Floor, storm doors, 13'1" to suspended ceiling,
SIDE ENTRANCE: Twin sets of storm doors, tiled entrance porch leading too . . .
Off the Main Hall
Leading to . . .
4.65m x 2.62m (15' 3" x 8' 7")
Range of units, Beling electric oven, twin set of stainless steel sink units.
7.49m x 5.97m (24' 7" x 19' 7")
uPVC double glazed.


Excellent parking facilities, stoned in gravel.


Head out of Belfast along the Upper Malone Road. Pass Malone Golf Club on your left and Lady Dixon Park on your right. As you come to the sharp bend on your left, continue onto the Ballyskeagh Road the Church Hall is on your left at the corner of Ballyskeagh & Drumbeg Road.

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