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Trusk Road Ballybofey, Donegal, F93 E67C

Offers over €430,000

Key Information

Address Trusk Road Ballybofey, Donegal, F93 E67C
Price Offers over €430,000
Land type Development Land (with no PP)
Size 3.56 acres
Planning No Planning Permission
Status For sale
PSRA License No. 002755

Additional Information

For sale by Martin McGowan Properties via the iamsold Bidding Platform 

Please note this property will be offered by online auction (unless sold prior). For auction date and time please visit Vendors may decide to accept pre-auction bids so please register your interest with us to avoid disappointment.

We are delighted to offer to the market this fantastic development site within the heart of Ballybofey.

The land is for sale in one L shaped parcel and extends to c.3.56 acres / c.1.44 hectares and is the closest significant parcel of development land to the Town Centre of Ballybofey. The subject lands are zoned opportunity within the draft 2024 – 2030 Ballybofey – Stranorlar development plan, thus allowing for a mix of residential or commercial.

The subject land is surrounded by a number of large commercial entities including Navenny Shopping centre anchored by Super Value (50m), Chas Bonner & Son Bathrooms and Stoves (65m) Finn Harps (200m) and a mere 400m from McElhinney’s Department Store.

Ballybofey and Stranorlar situated key as the gateway to the northern part of the county has undoubtedly become known as a bustling hub overseeing vast development as of late. The close proximity to the North of Ireland and abundance of Northern Irish consumers receiving speculative exchange rates would attribute to this.

The twin towns are on a main national primary route (N15), servicing a heavy traffic flow for the county. The latest numbers of population established a population for the Ballybofey /Stranorlar towns of 5,040 which is almost equally divided between male and female. Ballybofey is located approximately 17 miles from Donegal Town and 15 miles from Letterkenny.

The very significant McElhinney’s Department Store in Ballybofey, together with the various essential amenities provided by both Stranorlar and Ballybofey to include commercial banks, hotels (Kee’s, Villa Rose and Jackson’s), hardware, licensed and restaurant establishments, national, primary and secondary schools, churches etc, cater very well for the local community and it’s large hinterland. In terms of residential developments, the town has witnessed considerable expansion in the last 10 to 15 years. Furthermore the recent completion of the new ‘Navenny Place” development of luxury apartments will add a vibrant touch to the twin towns.

The county headquarters and football pitch of the GAA Phairc Sean MacCumhail, together with the home grounds of Finn Harps Football Club are very significant facilities located in the area drawing large crowds.

We believe that all main services are available to the property including, water, electricity and phone. We have made no investigations in relation to these services and any prospective purchaser will have to satisfy themselves and carry out their own investigations for a variety of new economic, employment and commercial developments.

DIRECTIONS: Enter the following into google maps F93 E67C (please note this is for direction purposes only and this eircode is not related to the sale nor is it for sale).

TO VIEW OR MAKE A BID Contact Martin McGowan Properties or iamsold,

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Auctioneer's Comments

This property is offered for sale by unconditional auction. The successful bidder is required to pay a 10% deposit and contracts are signed immediately on acceptance of a bid. Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price. Terms and conditions apply to this sale.

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