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Former dwelling on Causeway View Lane, Portrush, BT56 8AU

Sale Agreed
  • status Agreed
  • style Detached
  • Price Offers Over £65,000
  • Style Detached
  • Status Agreed
Armstrong Gordon Office: 028 7083 2000


Armstrong Gordon are delighted to offer this unique former dwelling with a stone exterior and offering the potential ( Subject to necessary consents ) for a conversion back into a dwelling or other uses. The property abounds Causeway view lane so can be used for garage/Parking on the ground floor with upstairs living accommodation. Viewings and maps are available by contacting agent.




  • Suitable For Conversion Or Redevelopment (Subject To Necessary Consents)
  • Very Popular Location In Centre Of Town Close To Beaches, Shops & Restaurants
  • Adjacent To Adopted Road
  • Map Available From Agent

Room Details

  • Garage/Shed:

    Former stone dwelling (two levels). 23"4 x 20"5 on each floor.


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Travelling along Kerr Street, take your first left after the Harbour entrance at the top of the hill. Go past the entrance to Ramore Wine Bar onto Ramore Street which will lead on to Ramore Avenue. Take your first right into Causeway view lane and travel towards the bottom and the building will be on your left hand side.

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