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35 Harbour Road, Ballintoy, BT54 6NA

Planning aproval: Full

Status: For Sale

Price: £275,000

Ballintoy village on the North Antrim Coast is a spectacular setting with some of the most superb views across the North Antrim coastline overlooking Rathlin Island towards the Giants Causeway and the Mull of Kintyre. Having recently shot to fame for filming locations for Game of Thrones, the infamous harbour offers a tranquil setting with some beautiful beaches.

 

The subject site has planning approval for a detached dwelling designed by Michael Colwell Architects with superb bright and airy accommodation while making the most of the stunning views with floor to ceiling windows and raised terrace overlooking the most spectacular panoramic views.

 

Planning approval was granted on 5th May 2022 under planning reference LA01/2020/0768/F-Replacement Dwelling.  The current owner has also had working drawings produced and approve by building control.

The elevated site is accessed off the Harbour Road along a shared laneway and is convenient to the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills and Ballycastle. The specific site could be started tomorrow.

The approved dwelling measures c. 2500 sq.ft. The current owner has also had working drawings produced and approved by building control.

Ballintoy village on the North Antrim Coast is a spectacular setting with some of the most superb views across the North Antrim coastline overlooking Rathlin Island towards the Giants Causeway and the Mull of Kintyre. Having recently shot to fame for filming locations for Game of Thrones, the infamous harbour offers a tranquil setting with some beautiful beaches.

 

The subject site has planning approval for a detached dwelling designed by Michael Colwell Architects with superb bright and airy accommodation while making the most of the stunning views with floor to ceiling windows and raised terrace overlooking the most spectacular panoramic views.

 

Planning approval was granted on 5th May 2022 under planning reference LA01/2020/0768/F-Replacement Dwelling.  The current owner has also had working drawings produced and approve by building control.

The elevated site is accessed off the Harbour Road along a shared laneway and is convenient to the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills and Ballycastle. The specific site could be started tomorrow.

The approved dwelling measures c. 2500 sq.ft. The current owner has also had working drawings produced and approved by building control.

Site 60m West of 55 Islandarragh road, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim, BT54 6HX

Planning aproval: Full

Status: For Sale

Price: £75,000

This rural building plot of c.0.25 acre comes complete with Planning Permission for sympathetic conversion and extension of a traditional stone farm building. The plot enjoys a pleasant rural aspect with views to Knocklayde Mountain and is convenient to A44 & B67 commuter routes. The completed conversion will provide a spacious blend of accommodation of approximately 2500 sq.ft. with four bedrooms, two reception rooms and two bathrooms on a plot with mature trees and hedgerows.

** Planning Permission granted

** Sympathetic restoration & conversion of traditional stone building

** c. 0.25 acre site

** 4 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms. Accommodation c.2500 sq.ft.

** Rural setting with views to Knocklayde Mountain

** Convenient to main commuter routes

Site, 88 Ballykenver Road, Armoy

Planning aproval: Full

Status: For Sale

Price: £95,000

Building site with full planning approval for one single storey 3 bedroom, 2 reception room detached dwelling

 

  • Approximately 5 miles from Ballycastle and 1 mile from Armoy village, fronting Ballykenver Road.
  • Quiet mature rural location with boundary trees and shrubs. Delightful views to Knocklayde Mountain and surrounding North Antrim countryside.

Site Adj. 3 Maghery Road

Planning aproval: Outline

Status: For Sale

Price: £95,000

The site is located off the A2 (Straid Road) approximately 3 miles west of Ballycastle and enjoys scenic views over the countryside and south-east to Knocklayde Mountain. Outline Planning Permission has been granted for a replacement dwelling in what is a quiet semi rural setting convenient to local towns and villages on the North Antrim Coast.

** Quiet rural setting

** Outline Planning Approval

** Convenient access to commuter routes

** Close proximity to North Antrim Coast

Church Quarter, Rathlin Island

Planning aproval: None

Status: For Sale

Price: £50,000

Located on the waterfront with a south facing aspect this site enjoys stunning views over the bay and surrounding coastline towards Ballycastle and along the mainland coast. The site is convenient to the beach and harbour facilities and offers an ideal location from which to explore and enjoy the varied natural attractions of Rathlin Island.