Asking Price: €45,000
Magnificent coastal site with stunning vista
Nestled peacefully near the end of a country lane, this quite outstanding site is in an idyllic location, peaceful and enjoying glorious views over a tranquil bay. Such sites are comparatively rare to the market.
This site is zoned structurally weak rural area which is defined in the Donegal County Development Plan 2018-2024 as follows;
It is a policy of the Council to consider proposals for new one-off housing within
structurally weak rural areas from any prospective applicants with a need for a dwelling
house (urban or rural generated need), provided they demonstrate that they can comply
with all other relevant policies of this Plan, including RH-P-1 and RH-P-2. New holiday
home development will not be permitted in these areas.
- C.0.59 acre
- Zoned ‘structurally weak rural area’
- Idyllic location
- Glorious views
- Development charge €16,750
Proceed from the Kerrykeel direction to Kindrum passing through the small townland and turning left at the Celtic Cross on the left. Proceed on this road for approximately 0.75 mile turning right opposite a cluster of directional arrows with a stone farm building behind. Continue for just over 1 mile, passing a small lake on your left and a group of houses on the right, until you come to a right turn with our directional arrow. The site will then be found on the left hand side after about 150 metres.
This fine site is located off the main road to Neil T Blaney Bridge which connects the Rosguill Peninsula to the Fanad Peninsula. Consequently access to Carrigart, Downings, etc. is approximately 10 minutes by car whilst in the opposite direction Portsalon is around the same distance. Both locations are favoured with holiday makers but Carrigart village offers more for local residents of the area.
Franklins property details are intended as a guide only and do not form part of a contract, nor are they guaranteed. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any information contained therein, measurements, structural condition and boundaries. Franklins are not chartered surveyors. Prospective buyers are recommended to employ their own surveyor/architect for independent guidance and advice.