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Galway development site offers potential for 40 residential units


The site in Bearna, Co Galway extends to 4.58 acres

The site in Bearna, Co Galway extends to 4.58 acres

The site in Bearna, Co Galway extends to 4.58 acres

A residential development site in the coastal village of Bearna, Co Galway, is being offered for sale with a €4m guide price.

Extending to 4.58 acres, it comes with planning permission for 40 residential units. Situated to the north of a residential development named Thornberry, it is located along a quiet laneway which connects to the R336, one of the main arterial routes to Galway city which is 7.5kms to the east.

Its planning permission will allow a mix of houses and apartments, including 22 semi-detached and terraced houses ranging in sizes from 112 to 130 sqm, on 2.8 acres.

The other 1.6 acres of the site is zoned R2 under the County Development Plan, which requires that 50pc of the permitted scheme is committed to development before it can receive planning permission.

Agents CBRE are selling on the instructions of receiver Myles Kirby of Kirby Healy.

The site is also just 350 metres north of Bearna village, which offers a host of residential amenities including pubs, restaurants, shops and cafes. Bearna is located on the Wild Atlantic Way and enjoys scenic views over Galway Bay.

The Gaeltacht town of Spiddal is about 11 kms west of the site.

Connected by public transport, there are two major public bus services that run through Bearna village including the 414 and 424 routes, connecting the subject site to Galway city.

These links provide access to further bus and train routes departing in the city centre.

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