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Belfast School of Music porter's annex for sale

By Margaret Canning

Published 25/10/2016

Daphne Mahon of Lambert Smith Hampton will lead the auction
Daphne Mahon of Lambert Smith Hampton will lead the auction

A Porter's annex at the old Belfast School of Music is among the properties on offer at an auction next month.

The annex at Apsley Street on Donegall Pass will be under the hammer for £100,000 at the Lambert Smith Hampton event on November 17.

Residential property up for auction ranges from one-bed flats to a four-bed period home with a coach house at the back. There will be one-bed north Belfast flats from £20,000 and a three-bed house in Albert Street in Lurgan for £20,000. Rent is being paid on the house at £3,000 per year.

Period home 1 Tirkelly Hill Road in Ballyroney, Banbridge is on the market for £120,000.

Development land is also being offered for sale, including nearly 20 acres close to Lough Erne in Co Fermanagh. The 11.67 acre site on Loughshore Road in Belleek has planning permission for a two-storey home with garage and has a maximum reserve of £12,000.

And 0.7 acres of land at the back of Heath Lodge Drive and Lyndhurst Heights in north Belfast is also on the market for £40,000.

There are some commercial and mixed-use buildings, including a ground floor shop and four-bedroom terrace in Ballycastle on sale for £60,000 maximum reserve.

A unit at Lissue Industrial Estate in Lisburn, including a showroom, has a maximum reserve of £140,000.

The LSH auction, led by Daphne Mahon from the firm, takes place at the Europa Hotel on November 17 from 10.45am.

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