245 Harbour Road, Ballyhalbert, Co. Down, BT22 1BS
The property is situated on the northern side of the Harbour Road, within the seaside village of Ballyhalbert. Ballyhalbert is situated on the eastern side of the Ards Peninsula, approximately 12 miles from Newtownards and approximately 22 miles from Belfast. The immediate area is predominantly residential and benefits from undisturbed sea views with local shops and amenities located within walking distance. The property is also located within walking distance to Ballyhalbert harbour.
Gross Floor Area (approx.): 1,045 sq ft (97.13 sq m)
Site Area (approx.): 0.28 Acres (0.113 Hectares)
Energy Performance Certificate
No EPC required.
For viewings please go directly to site. There will be no scheduled viewings for this lot. For further information please contact Lambert Smith Hampton on +44 (0)28 9032 7954.
The auction will take place on Friday 1st July 2016 in the Europa Hotel, Belfast. You are required to bring with you two forms of ID (one photographic such as a driving licence or passport, and one proof of address such as a utility bill or bank statement), together with a cheque or banker's draft for the deposit and buyer's fee.
The property comprises a semi detached domestic dwelling arranged over ground and first floors. The property is of traditional masonry construction, finished with a pebble dash render and pitched roof with slates. Internally the property is arranged to provide two reception rooms, kitchen, four bedrooms and ground floor WC. The property is set on a self contained site of approximately 0.28 acres (0.113 hectares). The property requires substantial refurbishment, however we understand that it benefits from Building Control approval for extensive refurbishments and alterations, passed in 2006. Alternatively, given that the site lies within the development limit, the existing building could be demolished to make way for a replacement dwelling subject to statutory approvals.
028 9020 0050
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The successful purchaser will be required to pay the auctioneers administration fee of £250 plus VAT.
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