Price Offers around £395,000
Land type Building Site
Status For sale

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Templeton Robinson (Lisburn Road)

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Features

  • One Acre Site with Planning Permission for a Detached Dwelling Circa 4000 sq ft
  • Original Design Based on 'Barn' with Bell Shaped Zinc Roof
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 5 Bedrooms including Mezzanine Master bedroom with linked dressing room and ensuite and 2 Bathrooms
  • Stunning Views Across the Countryside to Malone Golf Club
  • Copy of Planning Permission Available from Lisburn Road Office
  • Also included are a complete set of the architect plans for this dwelling

Additional Information

Designed by the award winning Paul McAllister Architects this site of around one acre has full planning permission for one detached dwelling. Architecturally it is a composition of 2 distinct and linked structures known as 'Big Barn' and 'Wee Barn' that forms the design of this house and was the result of a long design process. The desire was to create an uncompromising contemporary living space that was flooded with natural light.
The site is fully prepared with 4000 tonnes of rock being moved and is truly ready to commence building anytime.

Ground Floor

ENTRANCE HALL:
LIVING/DINING/KITCHEN:
15.39m x 7.47m (50' 6" x 24' 6")
UTILITY ROOM:
4.19m x 2.74m (13' 9" x 9' 6")
STUDY:
4.7m x 3.66m (15' 5" x 12' 0")
WC:
LOUNGE:
5.79m x 5.36m (19' 0" x 17' 7")
BEDROOM (4):
4.75m x 3.71m (15' 7" x 12' 2")
BEDROOM (5):
4.85m x 3.05m (15' 11" x 10' 0")
BATHROOM:
3.43m x 2.77m (11' 3" x 9' 1")

First Floor

BEDROOM (1):
5.69m x 3.99m (18' 8" x 13' 1")
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
BEDROOM (2):
4.34m x 3.86m (14' 3" x 12' 8")
BEDROOM (3):
3.56m x 3.45m (11' 8" x 11' 4")
LIBRARY:

Directions

From Upper Malone Road past Malone Golf Club and after Drumbeg Church turn left into Drumbeg Road, at end of Road go straight across staggered crossroads into Drumbo Road, site is approximately half a mile on the right hand side of the road.

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684

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