|Address||36 Glenhoy Road, The Old Manse on the Hill, Augher, BT77 0DG|
|Price||Guide price £100,000|
|Land type||Building Site (with FPP)|
|Planning||Full Planning Permission|
An exceptional rural building site for sale is set on circa 0.6 of an acre, commanding spectacular panoramic views and is passed for a stunning 5500 sq ft bespoke property.
CLOSING DATE FOR FINAL OFFERS THURSDAY 25TH MARCH 2021 ANYONE INTERESTED IN THIS LAND SALE SHOULD SUBMIT THEIR OFFER TO THE AGENT.
Once again '2020 Architects' have designed an entirely unique master piece and this beautiful home is ready for construction to commence. Originally ‘The Old Manse on the Hill’ this site offers some amazing features including a stone wall courtyard and stone archway with 360-degree views of the Clogher Valley and Knockmany Forest.
Due to work commitments the current vendor reluctantly is unable to relocate to build the house of dreams on this fabulous private site, which is set in a convenient location and combines the benefits of rural countryside life yet offers superb access and easy commuting distance to major road networks.
There is the possibility to reuse the large amounts of cut stone and incorporate it into the new build as a feature.
Floor areas doesn’t include outdoor areas – carport, covered seating area & plant room.
House -333 sq/m – 3585 sq/ft
Gym & leisure - 97 sq/m – 1040 sq/ft
Space over gym - 92 sq/m – 990sq/ft
We are advised that electric, phone, water and drainage are available in the vicinity. A buyer is recommended to obtain confirmation from their surveyor or solicitor.
Your Next Move
Thinking of selling, we can offer you a FREE VALUATION of your land or property.
Mortgage advice is also available from our in-house Mortgage Advisor, you can find out how much you can borrow within minutes instead of waiting weeks to go through your high street bank for a decision.
To arrange a viewing or for further information contact our Enniskillen estate agent’s office.
Tel: 02866 022200
Leaving Augher drive out the Knockmany Road then turn left onto the Glenhoy Road, the subject site is located approximately 1.3 miles up this road on the left-hand side.