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Licence No. 001307

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c.0.33 Acre Development Site, Main Street,Omeath, Co. Louth.

Calling All Developers & Investors - Development Site in a Prime Location

Sale Agreed

The subject property comprises a c.0.33 acre development site, laid out in an open rectangular shape and readily accessible for development purposes. Located on the Main Street and in the heart of Omeath Village, this superb development or investment opportunity is in very close proximity to the main coastal strand, the Granvue Hotel and numerous supporting businesses. Any astute party will recognise the current and future potential. The subject site is further enhanced by the €2.8 million awarded under the "Rural Generation and Development Fund", which is ringfenced for a substantial regeneration and revitalisation of Omeath.
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This superb development opportunity is located within the village settlement of Omeath and under the "Louth County Development Plan 2021 - 2027", the site is zoned "R2 - Residential and Commercial Zone"
The principal permitted land use in this category is Residential Development and Compatible Commercial and Services Development. This shall include educational facilities, Neigbourhood shops and services, petrol filling stations, offices, nursing home, Doctors surgeries, health centres and more.


Size: 0.33 Acres

Town/Area: Omeath

County: Louth


REA Gunne Property

Tel: 042 9335500


LOCATION The subject site is located in a prime position along the main coastal road in Omeath, Co. Louth and captures some of the most breath-taking panoramic views imaginable. Omeath is located on the Cooley Peninsula, on the southern shore of Carlingford Lough in an area of outstanding natural beauty, it forms part of the main costal route around the Peninsula. The Cooley Mountains and Slieve Foye form the western boundary, whilst the renowned Carlingford Lough forms the eastern boundary.