Sliabh Cualann comprises a detached house on 0.9 acres of grounds and represents an excellent opportunity for builders and developers seeking a property with development potential. The lands would suit a medium density development of housing or duplex style units (subject to planning permission).
The property is currently accessed off Brickfield Lane, which is located off the Killarney Rd and there is also an entrance from Knocknagow Lane off Oldcourt Park, from where a new development is likely to be accessed.
We are advised that all mains services are located in the immediate vicinity.
Under the current Bray Municipal District Local Area Plan 2018 - 2024, the lands are zoned RE – Existing Residential.
• Detached house on c. 0.9 acres of grounds.
• Suitable for medium density development (Subject to Planning Permission).
• Access from both Brickfield Lane and Knocknagow Lane, off Oldcourt Park.
• Superb location within walking distance of Bray Town Centre, beach and DART station.
• Bray is an excellent sales area with strong buyer demand for new properties.
Located off the Killarney Road in the thriving town of Bray, Sliabh Cualann is within walking distance of the town centre, where one will find a host of local amenities including a range of shops, schools, pubs, restaurants and cafes. Bray Main Street is currently undergoing a transformation with the development of Bray Town Centre, which will feature exciting new retail and leisure space.
Bray has excellent public transport links via the DART (Sliabh Cualann is only 2km from Bray Dart station), the national rail services, Dublin Bus/ Bus Eireann routes and the town is also well served by the national road network, via the M11 and M50. Bray is also the gateway to the Wicklow Mountains and the sunny South East.
Just 30 minutes from Dublin, Bray has always been a popular destination with buyers. The popularity of the town has grown in recent times due to its coastal location.
Viewing by private appointment with the sole selling agent.