The site comprises a prominent residential/ commercial development opportunity extending to approx. 4.5 acres (1.821 hectares). The site benefits from road frontages of approx. 97.5 metres onto the Ballyquin Road, and approx. 120 metres onto the Roe Mill Road, making it a highly visible site to passing traffic. Access to the site will be provided by the laneway to the south-eastern boundary, however the Seller will retain a right of way over this.
The site is generally flat in topography and laid in grass. We understand that there is a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) to the front of the site. Prospective purchasers are required to make their own enquiries in relation to this.
Type of Tenure
Location of Site at Ballyquin Road
Limavady is a market town in County Londonderry and is located approximately 17 miles east of Derry~Londonderry City, 14 miles south west of Coleraine and 62 miles north-west of Belfast. Limavady is well served by an extensive road network including the main Belfast to Derry~Londonderry corridor, and is easily accessible from the City of Derry Airport, approximately 8 miles to the east. The town benefits from a population of 12,032 (2011 census) and a council borough population in excess of 33,500 persons.
The subject site is situated on the western side of Ballyquin Road (B38), at its junction with Roe Mill Road. It benefits from easy access into Limavady Town Centre, which provides a range of shops, restaurants and cafes. Limavady Grammar, School, Limavady High School, St. Mary’s High School, Limavady Central Primary School and Roe Valley Leisure Centre are all within close proximity to the site.