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Building Site In A Rural Area Extending To Circa 0.5 Acres
With Outline Planning Permission Passed For A Dwelling And Garage
Approx 0.5 acres
Outline planning permission passed on 24th Aug 2018
6.5 m high replacement dwelling and garage
We have been instructed to offer for sale this building site, which extends to approx 0.5 acres. It is located in a rural area on the Glenbank Road, which runs between the Artabrackagh Road and the Markethill Road.
There is outline planning permission passed on 24th August 2018, for a replacement dwelling and garage, the height of the house must not exceed 6.5 metres.
Directions: From Portadown take the Armagh Road, then left onto the Artabrackagh Road, then right onto the Glenbank Road. The site is approx 1 mile along the Glenbank Road on the right hand side. If you are approaching from the Markethill Road end, the site is approx 0.3 miles along on the left hand side.
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