Price €195,000
Land type Building Site
Size 464 sq. metres
Status For sale

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Sherry Fitzgerald John Rohan

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Description

New and exclusive to the market - launching Seaville Gardens.
Four fully serviced sites, located in a most desirable, central position in the beautiful seaside town of Tramore. Situated behind the rustic stone wall of a private walled garden, in the much sought after area of Newtown Hill, a quiet and peaceful neighbourhood.
Within walking distance to various local amenities - Town Centre, Tramore Golf Club, Tennis Club, The Guillamene swimming spot, a Corner Store, The Pier Café, Ritz Bar, local churches & schools, the beach, Tramore Race Course and The Coastguard Coffee Shop & Cultural Centre.
Beautiful scenic walks are right on your doorstep, along the stunning Doneraile and the idyllic cliff walk to Newtown Cove & The Metal Man, with panoramic views of the expansive three mile beach, sand dunes and across the bay to Brownstown Head.
Regular Bus Eireann service to Waterford, Ireland's oldest city and home of Waterford Crystal, is adjacent - a mere fifteen minutes drive. Here you will also find Waterford University Hospital. Dublin International Airport is under two hours drive away.
The breathtaking natural beauty of the Copper Coast Scenic Drive is just moments away, where you can enjoy a variety of hidden coves and quaint villages. The popular Waterford Greenway Cycle Path and extensive Comeragh Mountains are also within very easy access.
A few kilometres from your front door, is the picturesque fishing village of Dunmore East. A must visit for sailing enthusiasts.
Don't miss out on this exciting and unique opportunity, to purchase part of this desirable haven.
Sizes vary between c.105 acre and .12 acre and offer immense privacy with own private access and the benefit of West facing rear gardens.
The subject site, site C, is 463.58sq.m.
Waterford Council Planning reference 17748. The "design of the individual houses for the serviced sites shall be the subject of a separate planning application for approval."

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