Freeduff Road, Cullyhanna, Co Armagh, Armagh BT35 0JJ

Offers over £285,000
Offers over £285,000
Price Offers over £285,000
Land type Site
Size 0.72 acres
Status For sale

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LOCATION
The site which extends to approximately 0.7 Acres is situated in the village of Cullyhanna in Co Armagh.

The sites former use was a public house and is located in close proximity to the village and all local amenities.


SITE AREA
The site area extends to approximately 0.72 Acres. Subject to Verification.


TITLE
We understand that the lands are held by way of Freehold Title.

PLANNING
Planning consent for 10 No. Units was approved in July 2012 (Ref P/2010/1442/F). See attached Developers Pack for details on House Types, Layouts etc.

We are advised that the Planning Permission has been retained by virtue of the works carried out to date. Prospective purchasers to satisfy themselves in this respect.

The 10 No. Units comprise: 1 No. Detached Dwelling, 4 No. Semi Detached Dwellings & 5 Terraced Dwellings

Detached - 11708ft2
Semi Detached - 2 – 5 - 1310ft2
End Terrace - 6 & 10 - 1368ft2
Mid Terrace - 7 & 9 - 1395ft2
Mid Terrace - 8 - 1280ft2


VENDORS SOLICITORS
McShane & Co, Hill Street, Newry, Co Down.


VIEWING
By inspection on site at any time.


GUIDE PRICE
Offers Over £285,000

Whilst the agents invite offers from interested parties initially on a private basis we reserve the right on behalf of the vendors to conclude the bidding (if necessary) by holding a meeting of all the bidders on a specified date and time in our office. In the event that a meeting is to be arranged only those interested parties with a valid offer on the property can be assured of being notified of the specific time and date.


CLOSING DATE FOR OFFERS
Friday 10th November 2017 at 5pm.

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The site which extends to approximately 0.7 Acres is situated in the village of Cullyhanna in Co Armagh.



The sites former use was a public house and is located in close proximity to the village and all local amenities.

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