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FPP Site adj. To 219a, Killaughey Road, Donaghadee BT21 0LJ

Offers over £495,000
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Address Fpp Site Adj. To 219A, Killaughey Road, Donaghadee
Status For sale
Price Offers over £495,000
Land type Building Site


  • Full Planning Permission Granted Ref: X/2014/0295/F - Expiry 18th May 2020
  • Residential Development Opportunity For All Investors/Developers
  • Area Of High/Medium Density Housing
  • Excellent Range Of Local Amenities
  • Current Planning For 20 Residential Units - 14 Semi-Detached And 6 Detached
  • Enjoy Views Over The Surrounding Countryside
  • Minutes From Donaghadee Town Centre
  • Site Viewing At Anytime

Additional Information

This is a prime residential development site set in a great location in the busy seaside town of Donaghadee. This site benefits from full planning permission for 20 Residential Units and is in an area of high to medium density housing, enjoying views over the surrounding area and countryside, only minutes from Donaghadee Town Centre. There are a wide range of amenities in the locality of the site including a petrol filling station with convenience store, pharmacies, post office, local Primary School, a children's park and is in close proximity to public transport.

Donaghadee lies on the northeast coast of the Ards Peninsula, about 18 miles east of Belfast and about six miles south east of Bangor. The popular seaside town is enjoying a period of historical redevelopment with the help of the local council and a £1.7m grant scheme from the Heritage Lottery Fund which will improve many of the buildings in the town and also offers great historic interest with the Norman Motte, the harbour and Grace Neills pub (reputedly the oldest pub in Ireland).
Bangor is a seaside resort on Belfast's doorstep and just 8 miles from this site. Bangor is brimming with places to explore; Bangor castle, the Abbey, North Down Museum, Pickie Funpark and a picturesque marina, to name a few. Bangor's marina is one of Ireland's largest and has achieved Blue Flag Award status, with the town being home to Northern Ireland's only 50 metre swimming pool at Aurora Aquatic and Leisure complex.
This site is ideally situated just 7 miles from Newtownards Town Centre. Newtownards is a busy market town 10 miles east of Belfast at the mouth of the Ards Peninsula, and has a large catchment with a residential population of almost 30,000 people with the added catchment of 100,000 people on the Ards Peninsula. The town has a good mix of well known local retailers, as well as large shopping areas, leisure centre and eateries.
Please note that we have not tested the services or systems in this property. Purchasers should make/commission their own inspections if they feel it is necessary.

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