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Address Adjacent To Brockaghboy Terrace, Glenullin, Garvagh
Status For sale
Price Price £25,000
Land type Building Site
Planning Full Planning Permission

Additional Information

A superb building site with the benefit of Full Planning Permission for Detached Dwelling and Garage.  This Brockaghboy site is located on a private plot on the boundary of the small settlement of Glenullin just outside Garvagh and enjoys a water course frontage as well as some stunning uninterrupted rural views towards the Sperrin Mountains. The design approved by the Planning Service is a stunning contemporary take on vernacular Irish architecture.




The location of the site offers convenient access onto the A29 Carhill Road.

With main routes such as A29 and B64 nearby, destinations such as the North Coast and Mid-Ulster are very much accessible.

Towns and Villages such as Garvagh, Kilrea, Maghera,and Dungiven are all within 15 miles of the site adding to the convenience of the location. The site also enjoys the tranquil setting in the heart of the open countryside.




The site is to be sold with the benefit of Full Planning Permission for a:

Detached Dwelling


Outline Planning Permission

approved 1st August 2006

(Application No. C/2006/0290/O);


Reserved Matters

approved 1st October 2009

(Application No. C/2009/0482/RM);


Full Planning Permission [change of house type]

approved 5th November 2014

(Application No. C/2014/0332/F);


Full Planning Permission [Renewal]

approved 13th January 2020

(Application No. LA01/2019/1096/F);



Full sales particulars including a copy of the Planning Permission documentation are available from the agent or at http://epicpublic.planningni.gov.uk/publicaccess/





Through collaborating with Broughshane-based architectural practice, Slemish Design Studio, this modern home design is highly glazed with a great connection to its south-facing garden and the views beyond.

By employing a limited and tasteful palette of materials including larch cladding, white render, double glazed anthracite grey windows and doors, and a slate roof, the house successfully blends modern with traditional to create a timeless home.


Bedrooms: 4  |   Bathrooms: 2   |   Receptions: 2   


Key features of designed house:

Contemporary detached architectural designed house using Passivhaus principles;
Large open plan kitchen-dining-living area leading through large sliding doors onto south-facing patio and garden with grass lawn;
Additional lounge area with double height galley-landing above, and south-facing views over enclosed garden;
Four bedrooms (3 doubles and one single) with two downstairs and two upstairs;
Utility Room and Bootroom;
Two Bathrooms (1 downstairs family bathroom with four piece suite, and one upstairs shower room);
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove;
Drive kerbed and gravelled, lawn gardens, and detached garage with integrated log store;


All maps and drawings are for identification purposes only.