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- 3 Bed Bungalow
- Paved Parking Area
- Highly Desirable Location
We are pleased to offer the rare opportunity of a site off the Lemonfield Avenue, in very popular residential location within walking distance of Holywood.
Planning Permission has been granted in January 2017, refer LA06/2016/0447/RM for a bungalow. The proposed design provides for a large entrance hall, open plan kitchen-living room and a sunroom, with a master bedroom/ensuite, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. Planning Permission expired 31st Jan 2019
The site is compacted and is bounded on 2 sides with mature hedging with a paved parking area to the front.
Holywood is a popular residential town due to its many amenities, schools and the site is close to Rory McIlroy’s home golf course, Holywood Golf Club. Furthermore, its rail link and easy access by road to Belfast City Centre will make it highly desirable.
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