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BREWS HILL, NAVAN, CO. MEATH Site Area 0.32 acres with Street and Rear Frontage, Navan, C15CH04

Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Howth Road
Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Howth Road
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Description

This development site measures 0.32 acre. It is a regular rectangular site with dual frontage. There is 26.5 meters of frontage to Brews Hill and 26.5 meters of frontage to a laneway to the rear.  We are advised that the property is held under freehold title.   

Features

Site Area 0.32 acres with Street and Rear Frontage. B1 Town Centre Zoning Excellent Potential for Redevelopment. Ideal Location Beside All Amenities for Town Houses, Apartments with some Retail/Offices

Location

The property is in an urban location on Brews Hill in Navan Town. Navan is the county town and administrative capital of County Meath and the 5th largest town in the country. It is situated in the centre of the County Meath approximately 50 kilometres (31 miles) north west of Dublin and 25 kilometres (16 miles) west of Drogheda. The town is in the Boyne Valley, at the confluence of the River Boyne and River Blackwater. The town is served by the M3 motorway and national primary routes such as the N51. The M3 motorway provides access to Dublin City, the M50, Dublin Airport, Dublin Port and arterial routes throughout the island. Navan benefits from a regular bus service serving the town, Dublin City and various other towns throughout the country. Specifically the subject site is located in a key location between Aldi and Trimgate Street (Navan's Main Street). It benefits from an existing public car park located opposite the site. Brews Hill is an established residential community in Navan Town Centre. It benefits from close access to playing pitches such as Navan O'Mahonys GAA, Pairc Tailteann and its proximity to major schools in the town (St Patricks Classical School – male, Mercy Convent Secondary School – female and Scoil Mhuire Primary School. – mixed. It is also an established and improving commercial area with a number of service employers integrated with Aldi and a number of indigenous retailers on the hill.  
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BREWS HILL, NAVAN, CO. MEATH Site Area 0.32 acres with Street and Rear Frontage, Navan, C15CH04

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Description

This development site measures 0.32 acre. It is a regular rectangular site with dual frontage. There is 26.5 meters of frontage to Brews Hill and 26.5 meters of frontage to a laneway to the rear.  We are advised that the property is held under freehold title.   

Features

Site Area 0.32 acres with Street and Rear Frontage. B1 Town Centre Zoning Excellent Potential for Redevelopment. Ideal Location Beside All Amenities for Town Houses, Apartments with some Retail/Offices

Location

The property is in an urban location on Brews Hill in Navan Town. Navan is the county town and administrative capital of County Meath and the 5th largest town in the country. It is situated in the centre of the County Meath approximately 50 kilometres (31 miles) north west of Dublin and 25 kilometres (16 miles) west of Drogheda. The town is in the Boyne Valley, at the confluence of the River Boyne and River Blackwater. The town is served by the M3 motorway and national primary routes such as the N51. The M3 motorway provides access to Dublin City, the M50, Dublin Airport, Dublin Port and arterial routes throughout the island. Navan benefits from a regular bus service serving the town, Dublin City and various other towns throughout the country. Specifically the subject site is located in a key location between Aldi and Trimgate Street (Navan's Main Street). It benefits from an existing public car park located opposite the site. Brews Hill is an established residential community in Navan Town Centre. It benefits from close access to playing pitches such as Navan O'Mahonys GAA, Pairc Tailteann and its proximity to major schools in the town (St Patricks Classical School – male, Mercy Convent Secondary School – female and Scoil Mhuire Primary School. – mixed. It is also an established and improving commercial area with a number of service employers integrated with Aldi and a number of indigenous retailers on the hill.