Circa 6.9 acres of land zoned for residential use situated on the outskirts of Stradbally Village.
Stradbally Village located on a Cove on the Copper Coast road of County Waterford on the south coast of Ireland. Stradbally is a picturesque village of neat thatched and natural slate cottages, untouched by modern planning and design. The village has won numerous awards in the National Tidy Towns Competition and was the recipient of a Heritage Award in the prestigious international Entente Florale. The many trees in the village were planted by the Fitzgeralds in the 18th century, giving the area an unusual tamed, sylvan character which contrasts with the wild stretches of windswept coast stretching east and west of this spectacular area.
There are two coves close to the village, Strradbally Cove with its sandy beach, ideal for families while Ballyvooney Cove, spectacular set under a dramatic headland.
Also situated in the village is the Church of Ireland Church in the grounds of which is a substantial ruin of the largest medieval church in rural Ireland. It contains a fortified presbytery, probably built for protection during the disputes between the Powers and Fitzgeralds, whose boundaries lands ran through the area.
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