73 Ballyscullion Road
, BT45 8NA
||73 Ballyscullion Road, Bellaghy
Outline Planning Permission
- Offers will be invited up to 12 Noon on Thursday the 27th of May 2021 (unless previously sold)
- Valuable Farm Holding with Views of Lough Beg sitting on approx. 52 Acres with Dwelling House, Farm Yard and Building Site.
- A Unique Opportunity to acquire this Exceptional Farm Holding overlooking Lough Beg Laid out in Nine Fields together with adjoining Farm Yard, Character Black Stone Coach House, Stables and Detached Dwelling House.
- There is also planning permission on the Estate for one Detached Dwelling under planning reference LA09/2017/1101/0.
- For maps please see 'download files' tab and further for details contact the selling agent.
Description and Conditions of Sale
- Superb farm holding sitting on approx. 52 acres to include dwelling house, farm yard and farm buildings
- Detached Dwelling House with three reception rooms (drawing room, living room, dining room) working fire places in all rooms. Four double bedrooms (two with en-suite). Main bathroom and large Farm House style kitchen. OFCH and windows double glazed in PVC frames. Externally their is a double garage and workshop. To side of house top garage and byre.
- Excellent location, only 3 miles from the main A6 Dual carriageway and a short drive to the towns Bellaghy, Castledawson and Magherafelt.
- Excellent views of Lough Beg.
- Private mature setting with feature stone boundary wall, entrance pillars and electric gates, sweeping driveway, plantation and paddock.
- Farmyard to include general purpose store, silo and character black stone coach house and stables. It may be possible to obtain planning permission for a barn conversion
- Mains water laid onto fields.
- There are 3.38 entitlements with the farm valued at £492.45 each giving an annual total payment of £1664.48 which includes greening payment
- Building site with outline planning permission for one detached dwelling located approx. 165m SW OF No. 73 Ballyscullion Road, Bellaghy under planning ref LA09/2017/1101/0 (see Download Files)
- Conditions of sale: on close of bidding purchaser will pay 10% non-refundable deposit (subject to title) with completion of sale to take place six weeks from then
‘Bridgeways’ is an outlying farm to the north-east of the principal lands of the Ballyscullion Park Estate with the Spring Well Bridge and the Bishops Canal to the north, hence the name.
‘Bridgeways’ is a farm whose history can be traced back until at least 1862 when it is recorded in Griffith’s Valuation of Ireland as being located in the Barony of Loughinsholin; in the Parish of Ballyscullion. There is little doubt that a farmhouse and outbuildings will have stood at this location for longer than this but Griffith’s Valuation which was executed under the direction of Sir Richard Griffith on a country by country basis across Ireland between 1847 to provide a basis for determining taxes, provides a definitive record.
Field Number Size (HA) Land Type
Field No. 5/026/198/8 3.42 DA
Field No. 5/026/198/9 0.74 DA
Field No. 5/026/198/10 0.39 DA
Field No. 5/026/198/11 3.41 DA
Field No. 5/026/198/12 2.70 DA
Field No. 5/026/198/13 2.34 DA
Field No. 5/026/198/14 1.76 DA
Field No. 5/026/198/15 2.62 DA
Field No. 5/026/198/16 2.41 DA
See Download Files for Field Map
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