IrelandWicklowDelgany0.95 ha (2.3 ac), of Residential Development Land with F.P.P, Lands at Killincarrig Village, Delgany, Co.Wicklow


0.95 ha (2.3 ac), of Residential Development Land with F.P.P, Lands at Killincarrig Village, Delgany, Co.Wicklow

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The Killincarrig Lodge site provides a tranquil, mature setting, bounded by private residential lands to the North, the curve of Bray Road to the East and Church Road to the South and then by the residential development of Delgany Hills to the West and North West. Killincarrig Lodge, a 2 storey period house dating from c. 1830, is located within the site to the North overlooking the Bray Road.


Superb residential development opportunity, located close to Greystones Village, The lands comprise a prominent site, extending to approx. 0.95ha (2.3ac) Benefit of F.P.P for the construction of 18 houses Boasts excellent connectivity, close proximity to N11 and DART /rail facilities Planning grant includes the construction of 17 new 3-bed homes and, Also a provision for a single storey commercial unit of approx. 72.3 sq m the refurbishment of Killincarrig House to provide a new 4-bed house

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The subject lands are located on a prominent site with extensive frontage onto Church Road (R762), curving through the junction of Kilcoole Road (R761) to join Bray Road (R761). The lands are situated within an established residential location approximately 800m east of Delgany Village and 2km south of Greystones Town Centre. Delgany is adjacent to the thriving coastal town of Greystones, an increasingly popular area which boasts excellent recreational facilities, as well as plenty of well-regarded amenities including a number of established schools. The site benefits from excellent accessibility, being strategically positioned close to Junction 10 of the N11 national road. Greystones and Delgany are attractive commuter locations, with a travel time of approximately 40 minutes by car and 55 minutes by train to Dublin City Centre. Greystones is also well serviced by public transport, including services from the DART and Dublin Bus.


John Swarbrigg