129 Glen Road, Comber, BT23 5QT
Asking Price £275,000 excView on map Download PDF Photos
- Former Equestrian Facility
Comber is a small market town located approximately 10 miles south-east of Belfast and 5 miles south-west of Newtownards. Historically the town was renowned for linen production and grain processing mainly through the Andrews Family with Thomas Andrews, designer of the Titanic also a descendant. The town is a popular commuter settlement and hosts a good range of local shops and amenities centred around a traditional square.
The subject property is situated in a rural setting approximately 1.5 miles west of the town centre. The surrounding landscape comprises mainly agricultural uses with interspersed residential dwellings and farm holdings. The Ballystockart Road links to the Comber Road to Dundonald and Belfast.
The subject comprises the former Millbridge Riding Centre providing extensive equestrian facilities including a purpose built indoor sand arena and stabling. The property previously provided a livery as well as housing competitions and shows. The main arena is a mix portal framed and block pier construction with single clad metal sheeting to the pitched roof and block built walls. A roller shutter provides access with stabling constructed to both sides which has been subdivided into a range of loose boxes and stores.
At first floor level is a former snooker hall which provided eight full size tables accessed off a lobby area with car parking available. Externally the site is provides a large open yard area laid in gravel with ample storage and parking provision. Two access points are available from the Ballystockart Road.
|Sand School & Stores||12747 square feet|
|Stable Block||4827 square feet|
|Store||1016 square feet|
|Snooker Hall||4668 square feet|