The subject land comprises a rectangular strip of land measuring c.0.07 acres.
It has a flat topography and is currently laid in grass.
The land has excellent views out over the Irish Sea and is located adjacent to the access to the council playing fields and coastal path. .
Term: Assumed freehold or long lease hold.
All prices, outgoings etc. are exclusive of, but may be subject to VAT.
Contact: Stephen Deyermond
Tel: 028 9089 4065
Contact: Connor James
Tel: 028 9024 7111
Mobile: 07341 866173
All areas and measurements are approximate.
Photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.
Kilkeel is the southernmost town in Northern Ireland and home to one of the largest fishing fleets on the island of Ireland. It is approximately 43 miles south of Belfast and 18 miles east of Newry.
The subject property is located on Harbour Road to the south of Kilkeel town centre. The surrounding area is predominantly residential and recreational land.
Harbour Road connects the town centre to the commercial fishing harbour of the town.
There are no relevant planning applications in relation to the subject land.
Under the Banbridge, Newry and Mourne Area Plan 2015 the land has no specific zoning and is classed as white land. It is located within an area of potential archaeological interest.
The land will be sold with a restrictive covenant limiting the use to informal open space or garden space.