- waterfront property with full planning permission to refurbish and extend
- walking distance of Kinsale town and Castlepark with it's Marina, beach and pub
- c 1.42 acres of gardens, patios and woodland
- spectacular uninterrupted water views
- has the benefit of it's own mooring
Cois Cuan is a single story two-bedroomed bungalow positioned on c. 1.424 acres waterfront site and located between The New Bridge and Castlepark. The site is long and narrow and extends from the western side of the bridge right along to where the house, garage and garden is located on the eastern side of the bridge and slopes down to the waters edge. The property was granted planning permission in 2016 ( pp extended in 2021) to develop the existing property, adding an extra almost 40 sq m (418 sq ft) to the existing floor area which is 80 sq m (876 sq ft). The planning permission incorporates the existing house and the shed and laundry room (Planning ref 166088 and 215436)
The property is in need of modernisation and upgrading throughout and any future development is sure to take into consideration the spectacular position and views. Currently the accommodation comprises a livingroom with sliding door to front, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. A large detached garage was built in 2016.
The sale of Cois Cuan represents an excellent project for those looking to develop a spectacular waterfront site, within easy walking distance of Kinsale town, with a footpath from the property to Kinsale and to Castlepark with The Dock Bar, the marina and coastal walks at James Fort. Ideal for the sailing or fishing enthusiast, kayakers, walkers etc. The property comes with the benefit of it's own mooring.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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