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5 Plots Toberwine Street, Glenarm, BT44 0AA

Offers Over £149,000
  • Price Offers Over £149,000
  • Style Site
  • Status Sale
Armstrong Gordon Office: 028 7083 2000


Armstrong Gordon are delighted to offer for sale this prime site practically adjacent to Glenarm Marina and seafront and the historic Glenarm Castle and forest.  The site has full planning permission for 5 units and has currently a large guest house and shop on the site. The 5 units comprise a block of  four semi detached 3/4 bed homes with private gardens and parking in a court yard dwelling type setting and one 2 bed apartment.

At present the site is occupied by a guest house and shop which has potential in its own right.









  • Site Is Freehold & Situated Adjacent To Glenarm Marina & Historic Glenarm Castle
  • Full Planning Permission Is Included & Plans Under Planning Ref LA02/2019/0347/F
  • Plans Have Been Designed To Be Of A Very Sellable Nature & Site Is Priced To Sell
  • Services Adjacent To Site
  • Each Unit Has Its Own Parking Space (Please Note that there is also 1 Parking Space In The Development extra included in the sale).


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Glenarm is a village in County Antrim, located on the A2 coastal road which runs from Ballycastle in the north to Larne in the south. As you enter the village of Glenarm, cross the Glenarm River Bridge and turn right at the roundabout onto Toberwine Street. The properties will be situated on your immediate left.

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