I cannot begin to tell you how impressed we have been with the level of support, communication, responsiveness and sheer level of professionalism received from Rudi Wilson of Templeton Robinson.
The transaction of any house purchase is complex and requires engagement and communication between multiple parties each with differing needs and ideal outcomes, and the agent is required to manage expectations, enable the negotiation process and bring all sides together to ensure completion on a given future date.
Rudi not only delivered this transaction on our behalf but ensured it happened on schedule, on-budget and to requirements.
I can only close by giving Rudi the highest recommendation and stating that he is a true asset to Templeton Robinson.
If future potential buyers of townhouses within this development would like to speak directly to me about my experience then please let me know.
With kind regards
- Mark Taglietti
Rarely does such a stunning parcel of land come to market, fully zoned, for the development of residential housing. We are pleased to be offering approximately 3 acres of land (marked in red in the associated map), with a further approximately 5 acres available on an option agreement, subject to contract.
Current zoning Designation DH 04/01 states the Key requirements shall be a minimum gross density of 15 dwellings per hectare and maximum of 25 dwellings per hectare. Access shall be from Mill Road.
Doagh is a village and townland in County Antrim. It is in the Six Mile Water Valley, approximately 2 miles south-west of Ballyclare and has a population of around 2,000.
Belfast City Centre is around 13 miles away, via the recently updated dual carriageway and motorway network. Doagh is approximately a 25 minute drive to Belfast International Airport.
The nearby town of Ballyclare has a lot to offer, a self-contained town with local shops, mixed with supermarket brands such as Asda and Lidl. There is a wide range of high quality schools from nursery through to secondary level education.
The Mill' development offers a variable housing mix and is located directly opposite this site. The development has only recently been completed with the renovated three storey former Mill building being the focal point within the complex.
'Jubilee Hall' is an ongoing development, adjacent 'The Mill' offering a range of detached and semi-detached houses. This development again showed strong sales from the outset and is now nearing completion.
The 'Douglas Hill' development in Burnside village approx 1 mile north of Doagh has only recently commenced, again showing strong off-plan bookings. It comprises a range of semi-detached and detached houses up to 1250 sq ft.
The property mix within the immediate Doagh area ranges from first time buyer/investment properties to large superior detached homes. For further information on local new homes property prices, contact either Joint Agents.
3 Acres of land, fully zoned for housing
Further circa 5 acres available on option agreement
Current zoning Designation DH 04/01 states the Key requirements shall be a minimum gross density of 15 dwellings per hectare and maximum of 25 dwellings per hectare.
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Heading into Doagh from the Larne Line drive through the main street and this continues onto Mill Road. The lands are next to number 9.