Two 0.5 acre sites with far reaching county views
Located in this popular rural area within 10 minutes of Lifford/Strabane, two elevated 0.5 acre sites with full planning permission (no Section 47 restrictions). The sites have been valued very realistically to take into account the extended planning permission expires on the 21/04/18.
The proposed accommodation is arranged as follows;
Front door to;
Entrance Hall; 4.80m x 2.70m
Living Room; 4.50m x 4.35m
Conservatory; 4.50m x 3.90m
Kitchen/Dining Room; 6.50m x 3.90m
Utility Room; 2.00m x 1.80m
Cloakroom/WC; 1.80m x 1.40m
Study; 3.10m x 3.00m
Bedroom 4; 4.50m x 4.35m
En-Suite; 2.00m x 2.00m
Stairs to first floor;
Landing; Door to hotpress
Master Bedroom; 4.50m x 4.10m
Walk in Wardrobe; 3.90m x 1.90m
En-Suite; 3.90m x 2.10m
Bedroom 2; 4.45m x 4.35m
Bedroom 3; 3.95m x 3.90m
Bathroom; 3.40m x 3.27m
Proceeding towards Lifford/Strabane from the Letterkenny direction turn left at the first crossroads past the Ballyholey Crossroads (right turn Oakfield Park) – the road is signposted to Ballylennon. Continue on this road for approximately 1.5 miles turning left at our arrow. Continue up the brae for approximately 300 metres and the sites will then be found on the right hand side.
Although just 2 miles from St. Johnston village and equidistant between Letterkenny and the City of Derry (both within 15 minutes), this peaceful and scenic location would be ideal for those seeking unspoilt countryside. Castletown N.S. is within 3 miles of the site and c.5 miles distant are the secondary schools of Raphoe, Strabane and Letterkenny (the site is on the school bus route for Raphoe). Local amenities in St. Johnston include a tennis court and cricket pitch plus local shops and two filling stations. Both Letterkenny and Derry City provide extensive shopping, sporting and recreational amenities including numerous multiple retailers, theatres, multiscreen cinema, etc.
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