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- Two Superb Residential Development Sites Extending In Total To 1.532 Acres
- Full Planning Consent Passed For Two Detached Dwellings Extending To 3,681 Sq Ft (Excluding Garage)
- Planning Approval Until February 2023
- Water & Electric On Site
- Option To Purchase Sites Individually
- Popular & Convenient Semi-Rural Location, Close To Main Arterial Routes To Belfast, Lisburn, Ballynahinch & Downpatrick
The Carricknaveagh Road is accessed on the left hand side of the main Carryduff Road in Temple on the road from Carryduff to Ballynahinch.
The subject site extends to 1.532 acres.
The subject site has full planning consent for 2 detached family homes extending to 3,681 sq ft. Planning Ref: LA05/2017/0857/F dated 15th February 2018.
Offers in the region of £275,000
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Please contact Mark Leinster in our South Belfast office on 028 9068 5301 or via email, [email protected]
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