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Address Farrantemple Fort & Building Site, Temple Road, Glenullin, Garvagh
Status Sale agreed
Price Offers around £32,500
Land type Building Site , Agricultural Land
Planning Outline Planning Permission
Size 2 acres

Additional Information

A possible once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece of lost Irish history.  Extending to over 2 acres this significant rath or ringfort is expected to date back over 2,000 years to the late Iron Age and early Christian times and would have been considered mythical to the early pre-Celtic
inhabitants of Ireland.  The rath which remains unaltered had a dwelling added to its foothills in the early 1900s which remains today.  Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council have granted Outline Planning Permission should the new owner wish to replace this existing dwelling over the next few years. A full 360° panoramic view can be enjoyed from the summit of Farrantemple Fort.


The location offers convenient access onto the A29 Carhill Road.

With main routes such as A29 and A6 nearby, destinations such as the Belfast, L/Derry, the North Coast and Mid-Ulster are all very accessible.

Towns and Villages such as Garvagh, Kilrea, Maghera and Swatragh are all within 10 miles of the site adding to the convenience of the location while enjoying the tranquil setting in the heart of the open countryside.

Full sales particulars including a full size copy of the Planning Permission documentation and Approved Drawings are available from the agent.


The land is to be sold with the benefit of Outline Planning Permission for a:

Replacement dwelling and garage;

Outline Planning Permission approved 18th October 2019

(Application No. LA01/2018/1557/O);


All maps and drawings are for identification purposes only.