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Excellent C. 0.5 acre site C/W full planning for a 1540 sq ft single storey dwelling and domestic garage. Set in a rural location, ideally sited off the Duncastle Raod and therefore conveniently situated on the outskirts of the city. (foundations have already been laid)
The property offers excellent living space, totalling 143 sq m (1540 sq ft) which includes hallway, lounge, kitchen/dining area and sun room with patio doors to the rear, utility room, WC, a family bathroom and 4 bedrooms (one complete with an en-suite).
From Altnagelvin Hospital: At the traffic lights, turn right onto the Belt Raod and carry onto the Trench Road. Proceed for approx 4 miles and at the 'T' junction turn left onto the Duncastle Road. Continue along for approx 1.7 miles and turn left onto the Killymallaght, the site is a further 200 yards on the right hand side of the road.
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