Excellent Plot of land for sale in Dubeacon Durrus County Cork

  • €22,000
https://www.google.com:443/maps?q=Dunbeacon,+The+Courtyard,+Co.+Cork,+Ireland, Dubeacon, Ireland
Excellent Plot of land for sale in Dubeacon Durrus County Cork
https://www.google.com:443/maps?q=Dunbeacon,+The+Courtyard,+Co.+Cork,+Ireland, Dubeacon, Ireland
  • €22,000

Overview

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  • Bedroom

Description

Excellent Plot of land for sale in Dubeacon Durrus County Cork Ireland

Esales Property ID: es5554135

Property Location

Dubeacon, Durrus,

County Cork

Property Details

Build Your Dream on the Wild Atlantic Coast: Development Land Awaits in Durrus, Ireland

Imagine a place where rugged coastlines meet rolling green hills, where the rhythm of the ocean lulls you to sleep, and where breathtaking views inspire the soul. This isn’t a dream; it’s the potential waiting to be realized on this exceptional development land for sale in Dubeacon, County Cork, Ireland.

A Prime Location:

This captivating site is strategically positioned on the national road R591, offering excellent accessibility. Nestled between the charming village of Durrus and the historic Dunbeacon Cross, the land enjoys a vibrant location close to local amenities.

* Convenient Access: Situated just 3.2 miles west of Durrus village, the site offers easy access to shops, restaurants, pubs, and essential services. Durrus itself is a well-connected village, ensuring a comfortable and convenient lifestyle.

Unparalleled Beauty:

Beyond convenience, this development land boasts breathtaking natural beauty.

* Facing the Majesty of Dunmanus Bay: The site faces the awe-inspiring Dunmanus Bay, a haven for wildlife and a canvas of ever-changing moods. Imagine waking up to the gentle sounds of the ocean and falling asleep under a sky ablaze with stars.
* Partial Sea Views: The upper region of the site offers a tantalizing glimpse of the bay, a constant reminder of the wild beauty that surrounds you.

A Canvas for Opportunity:

This undeveloped land presents a multitude of possibilities for discerning investors and developers.

* Untapped Potential: The site is currently offered ‘as is,’ without planning permission. This allows you, the visionary owner, to shape the land’s future according to your specific goals and ideas.
* Dream Home or Investment Project: Whether you envision building your dream home in this idyllic setting or embarking on a lucrative development project, this land offers the perfect foundation. Imagine a timber log cabin or cottage nestling on the site.

Explore the Environs:

Just a short walk, less than half a kilometer west, lies a hidden gem – a rocky beach waiting to be explored.

* Untamed Beauty: Imagine the invigorating experience of walking along the rugged coastline, the fresh sea air filling your lungs and the sound of crashing waves soothing your soul. This secluded beach provides a haven for those seeking peace and connection with nature.

Beyond the Site:

The captivating village of Durrus offers a delightful mix of traditional Irish charm and modern amenities. Explore the vibrant local shops, savor delicious meals at inviting pubs, or simply wander the quaint streets and soak up the friendly atmosphere.

A Gateway to Adventure:

Beyond the village, a world of exploration awaits. Discover the captivating Sheep’s Head Peninsula, a designated Special Area of Conservation, known for its breathtaking scenery, diverse wildlife, and charming villages. Explore the historic town of Bantry, a bustling harbor town steeped in rich history. For the adventurous, hike the rugged trails of the Mizen Head Peninsula, renowned for its dramatic cliffs and awe-inspiring views.

Embrace the Extraordinary:

This development land is an opportunity to own a piece of the wild Atlantic Coast and create something truly special. Whether you seek a tranquil haven or a lucrative investment, this site has the potential to fulfill your dreams. Imagine waking up each day to the sound of the ocean, spending evenings gazing at the starlit sky, and living a life immersed in the beauty of the Irish landscape. Contact us today to discuss your vision and take the first step towards building your dream in the heart of County Cork.

About the Area

DUNMANUS BAY: With the Mizen Peninsula flanking its southern side, the Sheep’s Head Peninsula protecting it from the north and the great bulk of Hungry Hill clearly visible beyond from the Bears Peninsula. It can be described as as a very doable sized bay. The shallower waters that open south westerly to the Atlantic make it a perfect location for some mindful sea kayaking.

The estuary at Durrus village provides a wide basin that teems with great birdlife including Curlews, Herons and Little Egrets. The remains of an old ruined storehouse provide an atmospheric backdrop amid the sylvian banks and a little upriver, the remains of an older pier (known locally as the Sand Pier) with its stone steps still visible makes for an interesting architectural discovery.

Farther into the bay, Mannion Island is an easily accessible offshore island. Moving west Carbery Island which is currently owned by the Sultan of Brunei is a bit more challenging to reach and not to be attempted without seeking local advice and ensuring conditions are safe. Much of the coastline is wonderful with Ahakista where the pines hug the coast and two pubs call to the thirsty kayaker. The sheltered bay around Dunmanus Castle with its wonderful pier is a great location to look for its birdlife. The village of Durrus boasts three pubs (one with food) and a grocery store. Midway between the site for sale and Durrus village lies the popular Blairscove House restaurant. It is also a very popular wedding venue.

James Gordon Farrell, known as J.G. Farrell, was a well known Liverpool-born novelist of Irish descent. He bought a farmhouse on the Dunmanus Bay side of the Sheep’s Head peninsula, Co. Cork, to which he moved in late March 1979. He lived there happily till he was swept into the sea while fishing on the rocks below his house on 12 August 1979. His body was found on 13 September 1979 and he was buried at St James’s Church of Ireland, Durrus. This cemetery is a most tranquil setting and his grave is modest for a writer of such fame. Farrell gained prominence for his historical fiction, most notably his Empire Trilogy (Troubles, The Siege of Krishnapur and The Singapore Grip), dealing with the political and human consequences of British colonial rule. The Siege of Krishnapur won the 1973 Booker Prize.

Main Features

* 1838 m2 of land for development
* Excellent location close to many amenities
* Stunning views.
* Huge Potential in the rental market if developed on.

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  • Address Dunbeacon
  • City Dubeacon
  • State/county County Cork
  • Country Ireland

Details

Updated on July 5, 2024 at 1:28 am
  • Property ID: 18703-ES5554135
  • Price: €22,000
  • Bedroom: 0
  • Property Type: Land

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