This former railway station was built in 1848 by master craftsmen of the day to service Templepatrick and the surrounding areas and retains many of its charming original features. In 1996, planning approval was granted for change of use to a family home. In 2016, planning approval was granted to convert this exceptional listed building into three self contained two bedroom apartments (plans of which can be viewed in our Ballyclare office). These apartments represent a wonderful investment opportunity for someone wanting to convert this beautiful 19th century building.
- First constructed in 1848
- Listed stone built, former railway station house with full planning permission for three apartments
- Planning ref: LA03/2016/0246/LB
- Popular and sought after residential location in the heart of Templepatrick Village close to local amenities, Templepatrick primary school, Belfast International Airport, motorway networks & Belfast City Centre
Travelling out of Templepatrick on The Village, number 28a is located on the left hand side just before the railway bridge
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