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C4.566 Acre Development Site, Avenue Road / Bothar An Iarain, Dundalk, County Louth

  • Size 4.57 acres²

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  • Dundalk
  • Louth
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Description
UNDER THE INSTRUCTIONS OF 'ESB ESTATES MANAGEMENT'

'AN EXTREMELY UNIQUE DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY'

c.1.85 HECTARES / 4.566 ACRE DEVELOPMENT SITE IN A PRIME LOCATION ZONED 'TOWN CENTRE MIXED USE'

LOCATION & DESCRIPTION

Forming part of an existing 'Electrical Supply Board' regional government facility, this prime self-contained and superbly located site is surplus to operational requirements and is on offer for sale by private treaty as a self-contained mixed-use development opportunity presented and comprising a topographically level and well laid out site measuring c.4.566 acres with uninterrupted road frontage on three sides. We are advised that all structures currently on the subject property, including over-ground pylons, are in fact for training purposes only and can be readily and easily removed. ESB have recently secured planning permission for an independent access to the subject site and further details are available on request. The subject property's specific and strategic location connects Dundalk's Commercial District with the town's most densely populated residential estates. The general area is serviced by excellent infrastructure and in close proximity to multiple high frequency public transport.

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Explore Louth The "Wee County", County Louth, may be the smallest county in Ireland but the area is rich in folklore with myths and tales about the brave warrior Cu Chulainn, the Brown Bull of Cooley, Fionn MacCumhaill and the evil Queen Medbh. It is also protected under the European Habitats Directive as an ... Explore Louth
PSRA Licence No: 001307

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