Housing site near Ulster University in Greenisland goes on market
A RESIDENTIAL site close to the Ulster University in Jordanstown is up for sale.
The 0.26 acre site has planning permission for two detached houses and garages.
Selling agents Lambert Smith Hampton described the site in Greenisland as “an attractive set- ting in an established and popular residential location”.
Meanwhile, LSH is also selling a retail investment opportunity in Bangor, Co Down, for around £140,840.
The properties at 91, 91a and 91b High Street in the town produce nearly £15,000 rent per year. There are two ground floor shops and an office on the upper floor.
Elsewhere, agents OKT have said they are seeking tenders for a former care home in Portrush by 12pm on Friday. The town is witnessing several regeneration projects as it prepares to host The Open golf championship in 2019.
York House, a four-storey mid-terrace building, is located at 13 to 14 Lansdowne Crescent in the resort.
OKT said it was “located in an area of Portrush which is currently witnessing considerable rejuvenation”.
They described the site as “an exceptional opportunity to acquire a sizeable property in a prime setting within one of Northern Ireland’s premier resorts”.
Tenders are to be completed and returned to King & Gowdy on Belfast’s Upper Newtownards Road.
Earlier this month agent Brian Turtle said: “The sale coincides with a time when Portursh is the place to be spending money.
“With everyone talking about the upcoming golf there is a lot of excitement and we are expecting a lot of interest in the property,” he added.