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Offers around £174,000

Churn Rock Holiday Cottage Dev, 40 Point Road Killough , BT30 7QU

Offers around £174,000

Key Information

Address Churn Rock Holiday Cottage Dev, 40 Point Road, Killough
Status For sale
Price Offers around £174,000
Land type Building Site

Features

  • Site with planning permission for conversion of 3 buildings to tourist units and restoration of listed pig crew and land extending to approximately 7.5 Acres.
  • Consideration in may be given to selling in one or more lots.

Additional Information

Sites with Planning Permission for 3 Holiday Homes and Land

This is a rare opportunity to purchase a stunning property in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the opportunity to construct three holiday cottages, literally a stone's throw from the Irish Sea. The site lies within approximately 7.5 acres of prime agricultural land ensuring the utmost tranquility for the development. With unobstructed sea views and easy access to the various tourist and cultural attractions of the area the cottages will make a superb base to explore and enjoy the area.

Churn Rock Holiday Cottages

This scheme involves the restoration of three vernacular buildings dating from the early 1800’s for use as holiday cottages – the host “Farmhouse”, a “Fisherman’s Cottage” and a range of working “Outhouses”. A listed Pig Crew in the Farm yard is also to be restored.

Thi proposal lies within one of Northern Ireland’s primary tourist nodes as it adjoins the St. Patrick’s Heritage Area and lies close to the Mourne Mountains and Strangford Lough. It is situated within Lecale Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, set only 160 metres from the Irish Sea, and enjoys panoramic views to the Isle of Man. Close by to the North are the Conservation Area resorts of Killough and Ardglass and the Coney Island Beach. To the South are Tyrella Beach, Murlough Bay and the resorts of Dundrum and Newcastle. The site adjoins the Lecale Coastal Path and lies within St. John’s Point site of Local Conservation Importance.

Some of the tourist attractions in the area are:-

Countryside – Castleward, Castlewellan Country Park, Delamont Country Park, Murlough Nature Reserve, Quoile Countryside Centre, Rowallane, Tollymore Forest Park, Strangford Lough Wildlife Centre.

Equestrian – Mourne Trail Newcastle, Mount Pleasant, Tullymurry, Downpatrick Race Course, Tyrella Point to Point.

Fishing – Ballylough Lake, Carrickmannon, Castlewellan Lake, Lough Island Reavy, Lough Money, Moneycarragh, Quoile Basin, sea fishing trips are available from Newcastle and Strangford.

Golf – Ardglass, Bright Castle, Crossgar, Downpatrick, Royal County Down, Spa.

Heritage – Annadorn Dolmen, Audley’s Castle, Ballynoe Stone Circle, Castleward, Clough Castle, Down Cathedral and St. Patrick’s Grave, Down Museum, Dundrum Castle, Inch Abbey, Jordan’s Castle Ardglass, Kilclief Castle, Killyleagh Castle, Loughinisland Churches, Maghera Church, Mound of Down, Quoile Castle, Saul Church, Slieve Patrick, St. Patrick Centre, St’ John’s Point Church, Strangford Castle, Struell Wells.

Motor Sport – Bishops Court.

Sailing – Ardglass Marina, East Down Yacht Club, Killyleagh Yacht Club, Quoile Yacht Club, Newcastle Yacht Club, Strangford Sailing Club.

Walking – Marked walks at Ballyhornan, Ballylough, Burrenreagh, Drumee, Kilclief, Killough, Lecale Way, Newcastle, St. Patrick’s Way, Quoile River to Jane’s Shore and extensive walking in the Mourne Mountains.



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