O'Connor, Kennedy, Turtle

Lands At 9 Fenagh Road Cullybackey, County Antrim, BT43 5PQ

Ref: C4310 agreed
Key Features
  • Closing Date: All offers to be received on or before Thursday 8th July 2021, if not previously sold”
  • Development Opportunity with Agricultural Holding

offers over £395,000.00

The subject is located on the eastern periphery of Cullybackey village just under 1 mile from the village centre and approximately 3.5 miles North West of Ballymena. The lands are convenient to all local village amenities within Cullybackey including Cullybackey Train Station.

The holding extends to 19.66 acres (7.96 hectares) in total and comprises farm yard to include former dwelling house and outbuildings(c 1.12 acres) with agricultural lands extending to 18.45 acres to the east of Elmwood Road with a site extending to 0.09 acres to the west of the road.

The former dwelling and a portion of the farm yard (c. 0.91 acres) and the site (0.09 acres) are located within the Limit of Development for Cullybackey and would be suitable for residential development subject to planning.

Accommodation

Please refer to attached brochure

Planning

c. 1 acre zoned within the Limit of Development suitable for residential development subject to planning with c. 18.45 acres of agricultural lands located outside the Limit of Development

Sales Details

PRICE: Offers Over of £395,000

TITLE: Understood to be held by way of freehold title.

NAV / Capital Value

From our review of the Land and Property Service online website, the Capital Value for the subject property is £108,000

The domestic rate in the pound for 2020 / 2021 is £0.008945

Please note that all perspective purchasers should make their own enquiries to confirm the Capital Value / rates payable.

VAT

All prices, outgoings etc are exclusive of, but may be subject to VAT.


Not found what you're looking for? Sign in below or Register today and we'll keep you ahead of the pack.

Arrange a viewing, call us. Have a question, call us or pop into our nearest OKT office.

© OKT 2013

Back to top