Price €400,000
Status For sale

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Sherry Fitzgerald John Rohan

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In the last few years Tramore was named as the second-best place to live in Ireland in a survey in The Sunday Times, as far as quality of life and cost of living were concerned
Tramore is an exceptionally popular location for home buyers as it provides a superb quality of life , with Waterford city and main employers within a 15 minute drive. The M9 to Dublin and N25 to Cork are also within a short drive. With the beach on its doorstep and so many outdoor activities to choose from, Tramore offers excellent schools, a vast choice of cafes together with busy bars, restaurants and main supermarkets.

The subject site lies in a stunning located with superb sea views. Situated in an enviable position on the outskirts of Tramore town and immediately adjacent to Gaelscoil Philib Barun and the Racecourse Roundabout. It is close to Tramore Racecourse and accessed from the Old Waterford Road which links with the R675 Coast Road and the main Waterford Road. Adjacent developments include Ard na Groi, Carraig Ard, Monvoy Valley , Springmount and Springfield. The town centre, bus services and the beach are within an easy walk.

The subject site
The site is being sold in one lot and measures 4.403 acres in total.
Waterford Council Planning ref. 15727 grants planning on one part of the site for "nine serviced house sites, landscaping and boundary treatment, access road and lighting layouts, drainage and associated site works". Planning ref 15771 grants planning on the remainder of the site for "five detached houses, house types A (two storey over basement) and B (two storey), access roads, lighting, drainage, landscaping and boundary treatment, and associated siteworks. "
Present planning permission allows a most attractive contemporary design, styled around comfort, practicality and tremendous use of natural light. The finished product would be most appealing in particular as family homes, of which there is a significant shortage in Tramore and strong demand for same.

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