Savills | Rossglass, Downpatrick, Co Down, BT30 8LP | Properties for sale
0.28 Ac(0.11 Ha)
Guide price £55,000(€63,672)

RossglassDownpatrick, Co Down, BT30 8LP

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Excellent site for a dwelling
  • Planning reference: R/2015/0132/
  • Magnificent views
  • Foundations laid
  • Private entrance

Residential site with magnificent views

About this property

  • Closing Date for Best and Final Offers: 12pm on Tuesday 22nd September 2020.

    Situated to the west of the house and farmyard is Lot 1B, a site for a dwelling house extending to about 2,050 square feet (190 square metres), planning reference: R/2015/0132/F. The foundations have been laid and the site has a private entrance through a stone wall and piers. The proposed accommodation is over two levels and includes two reception rooms, three bedrooms and a garage.

Local information

  • 33 Lisoid Road is nestled in the coastline of county Down and enjoys a spectacular outlook across the Irish Sea and towards the dramatic Mourne Mountains.
  • The farm is 2.5 miles to the west of the village of Killough which provides for everyday necessities and has a grocery store, chemist, primary school and café. It also conveniently lies a short distance from several towns including Ardglass (5 miles) and Downpatrick (7 miles) which offer a wider range of amenities. Ardglass has a golf course and marina, while Royal County Down Golf Club is 15 miles distant and Bright Castle Golf Club just 1.5 miles from the property. St. Patrick's Primary School Legamaddy is 2 miles from the property. The local area has an excellent selection of magnificent beaches, including Rossglass, Tyrella and Newcastle. The picturesque St John's Point Lighthouse is 3 miles by road, with its surrounding waters famed for the sea trials carried out by the Titanic.
  • Belfast (29 miles) is connected to Downpatrick by the A7 primary road. The city provides a full range of services, education and cultural activities. It includes world-class tourist attractions (such as the shipyards where Titanic was constructed, and which now form part of the Titanic Experience). Belfast's rich and cultural heritage is reflected in its vibrant theatres and thriving arts scene.
  • Belfast City Airport is 31 miles distant and offers flights to destinations throughout Europe and the rest of the UK, while Belfast International Airport is about 43 miles distant.
  • The area has a reputation for productive, high quality farmland at low altitude and has a well-developed agricultural infrastructure, including several agricultural machinery merchants. It benefits from a mild, temperate climate.