Hous­ing site near Ul­ster Univer­sity in Greenis­land goes on mar­ket

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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.

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