Savills | Silver Beach, Gormonston, Co Meath, K32 YN40 | Property for sale
Guide price €350,000(£301,529)

Silver Beach, GormonstonCo Meath, K32 YN40

  • Sole agency

Key features

  • About 13 acres of headland and 4 acres of foreshore
  • Derelict structure and stables
  • Beach frontage
  • Four divisions of mainly grazing land
  • Ideal for equestrian use

A unique landholding with panoramic views and frontage onto the Irish Sea

About this property

  • The North Field adjoining Silver Beach in Gormanston is a rare offering beach frontage with panoramic sea views along with a derelict structure and working stables on site. The holding is in good stead and comprises a rectangular shaped field in four divisions of mainly grazing land. Situated in an elevated position, with a private entrance, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire such a rare piece of land. Importantly, the stabling is in good order and the land and access to the beach is ideal for equestrian use. In all the lands extend to about 17.5 acres in total which comprises of about 13 acres of headland and about 4 acres of foreshore on Silver Beach, Gormanston. Zoning The land lies outside of the development plan boundary however given the low-density housing in the area and the existence of a derelict structure; it may be possible to develop the site subject to the necessary planning permissions. Interested parties are asked to engage directly with the relevant authorities (Meath County Council) in relation to any planning queries. Services The services on the site include electricity and water. Please be advised that the selling agents have not checked the services and any purchaser should satisfy themselves with the availability and adequacy of all services.

Local information

  • The land is situated in a private, visually striking location at Silver Beach in Gormanston Co Meath.
  • The stunning outlook boasts a long sandy beach running from Gormanston to Mornington, known as the Meath Gold Coast. On a clear day the view stretches as far north as the Mourne mountains in Co Down and Braymore Point, Co Dublin to the south.
  • This area is a popular commuter hub in the North-East due to the easy access to the railway station (300 m) which offers access to Dublin City and Belfast City, and ease of access to the M1 Motorway and Dublin Airport. Co Meath is well known for its quality agricultural land, heritage and ease of access to amenities both within the county and its neighbouring county, Dublin.
  • The village of Stamullen (4 km) offers everyday shopping needs while further shopping and amenities can be found in Balbriggan (5 km) and Drogheda (12 km).

Energy performance

BER Details - BER Exempt