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Shelton, Beech Road, Arklow, County Wicklow

Price €150,000
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Excellent opportunity to acquire a small holding of agricultural land with site potential (Subject to Planning Permission) on the outskirts of Arklow Town. The lands extend to approximately 3 acres (c.1.21 hectares) in total and are offered for sale as one lot. The lands are surrounded by mature trees and hedging. The land is located on a private roadway, located just off the Beech Road which is north of Arklow Town Centre and is just a forty minute drive south of Dublin City on the M11 motorway. Arklow Town is just a short 5 minute drive away, and has excellent express bus connections to Dublin city (UCD and city centre) and Dublin airport, as well as a shopping centre, cinema, the main supermarkets and restaurants, and more. Junction 20 of the M11 is located just 4kms from the property. The lands are located directly opposite the entrance to Shelton Wood and also Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney GAA Club. Further details and viewings are available upon request from REA Halnon McKenna. Please note that all photographs, drawings and maps are for illustration purposes only and are not to scale. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, and they are believed to be correct, they are not warranted and intending purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the correctness of information given.

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    Use the form below to get in touch with REA Halnon McKenna (Gorey) or call them on (053) 941 1720

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