Sites

243 Whitepark Road, Bushmills

Planning aproval: Full

Price: £250,000

Site for Proposed Development of 4 Detached Dwellings (with planning approval dated from 13/4/2011)

This small select development proposal is located in the picturesque hamlet of Lisnagunogue, a popular area both with residents and holiday makers. Situated on the famous North Antrim Coast Road, approximately 10 minutes drive from Bushmills, 15 minutes from Ballycastle and convenient to The Giants Causeway.

Full planning approval for four 3 bedroom detached dwellings with parking spaces. For Copy Maps and Planning Approval contact Selling Agent.

Ramoan Road, Residential Development Land with FPP

Planning aproval: Full

Status: Sold

Price: POA

Fronting to Ramoan Road and convenient to town amenities, the lands extend to c.2.4 acres and have Full Planning Permission.

** c.2.4 acres

** Popular residential area

** Convenient to town amenities

** FPP for 12 detached properties

Sites Adj. 59 Ballinlea Road, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim, BT54 6NN

Planning aproval: Outline

Status: For Sale

Price: POA

The land has road frontage to Ballinlea Road and is situated approximately 800 metres south west of the A2 Straid Road in the North Antrim countryside and convenient to main commuter routes. Outline Planning Approval has been granted for the erection of two detached dwellings with garages and the purchaser(s) will have the option to purchase additional lands to the rear extending to a total site of c.1.3 acres.

158 Feigh Road, Bushmills, BT57 8AF

Planning aproval: Full

Status: For Sale

Price: £200,000

This property is situated in a prime coastal location just off the Causeway Road, a short distance from Dunseverick Castle and just over a mile and half from Dunseverick Harbour, approximately 3 miles from the Unesco World Heritage Site of The Giants Causeway and approximately five miles from Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

 

It is a unique opportunity to restore a historical ‘clachan’, a small cluster of cottages which were common in traditional rural landscapes. There are very few left in Northern Ireland and indeed this is the only remaining example within the Landscape Setting of this World Heritage Site which is capable of reinstatement.  This is an important piece of history where a grouping of original buildings and historic layout are intact and in a prominent site on a key tourist thoroughfare.

 

The area has full panning permission for restoration of the four former farm workers cottages and replacement of the detached two storey house offering considerable potential for various business endeavours.