3 Lylehill Road & Lands fronting Kilmakee Road, Templepatrick, BT39 0AQ

Guide price £550,000 exclusive 

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Property Description

  • Dwelling Site with Full Planning
  • 20 acres of land adjoining Development Limit
The lands are contained in a number of fields currently used for cutting/grazing purposes and benefit from a laneway access off the Lylehill Road with excellent frontage of c. 475 ft (c. 145 m) to the Kilmakee Road. A derelict house and farmyard are centrally located within the parcel of land (known as No. 3 Lylehill Road) providing an excellent development opportunity and benefits from planning permission for refurbishment/extension.

Templepatrick is a popular commuter village located in County Antrim, located approximately 12 miles north west of Belfast via the M2 motorway in close proximity to Parkgate, Dunadry, Doagh, Ballyclare, Belfast International Airport and is only 1 mile from junction 5 of the M2 motorway providing excellent access both north and south. The surrounding area comprises mainly of private housing, the adjoining Templepatrick Primary School and agricultural land to the western boundary.

The area benefits from nearby leisure facilities to include the Hilton Hotel and Golf Resort, Templeton Hotel, recently refurbished Dunadry Hotel and the Junction Retail and Leisure Park.


We understand the opportunity benefits from full planning permission under Planning Ref: LA03/2017/1038/F for the refurbishment of the derelict farmhouse with two storey extension and garage. The consent for the planning was granted on the 19th February 2018, further details can be provided to interested parties. The balance “hope lands” are adjacent to the Templepatrick development limit providing future development potential subject to planning.

Description Area
Residential Site0.57 acres
Agricultural Lands19.69 acres
Total Area:

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