|Address||Building Site 120M Nw Of 32 Balladoogh Lane, Killeenan, Cookstown|
|Price||Offers around £49,950|
|Land type||Building Site (with FPP)|
|Planning||Full Planning Permission|
Have you dreamed of building your own home in the country? This is a great opportunity to live in the countryside with the Sperrin Mountains on your doorstep! It comes with Full Planning Permission for a bungalow with a great layout for family living, including capacity for a home office/ study to allow for working from home, and a spacious garage. Foundations are already started and site has been hardcored. This is sure to be attractive to many.
Building Site with full Planning Permission for bungalow and garage
Site extends to circa 0.5 acres
Piles already driven as foundations
Planning reference I/2007/0178/RM
Detached bungalow extending to circa 2378 sqft
Superb opportunity to build your own dream home in the country
Situated with easy access to main Cookstown - Omagh Road A505 arterial route
Accommodation provided as per plans:
Hallway, Lounge, open plan kitchen / living area with access to sunroom, utility and W.C., study, bathroom, 4 bedrooms, master bedroom with ensuite, walk-in hotpress, detached garage.
Out and about...
Davagh Forest with its many walking trails and mountain bike trails, Beaghmore Stone Circles, Sperrins area of outstanding beauty, Drum Manor Forest, Wellbrook Beetling Mill to name but a few of the attractions in this area. There is a primary school, chapel, football pitches, grocery shop and filling station a short drive away.
This site is located just less than 10 miles from Cookstown and approximately 20 miles from Omagh.
Directions: from Cookstown, travel along the main Cookstown - Omagh A505 Road, take Killeenan Road on the left (1st road on the left after Kildress Plumbing Supplies), travel approximately 2 miles along the Killeenan Road. There is a derelict building at the end of Balladoogh Lane on the right, turn right immediately past this building, site is approx 0.4 miles on the left. ( Do not take the 1st entrance into Balladoogh Lane, the road loops round from Killeenan Road back onto Killeenan Road ).