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Catherina Cunnane
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Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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17ac ‘unique’ landholding by the beach for €350,000

Meath property for sale for €350,000 

Beach access and frontage onto the Irish Sea are among the unique selling features of Savills’ newest listing in North Field, Gormonston, Co Meath.

The property firm is seeking €350,000 for the “unique” landholding, comprising circa 13-acres of headland and 4-acres of foreshore.

According to the agent, Cianan Duff, this is “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire such a rare piece of land”.

The company views this as a “rare offering” with beach frontage and “panoramic” sea views, along with a derelict structure and working stables on site.

According to the property firm, the holding is in “good stead”. It consists of a rectangular-shaped field in four divisions of mainly grazing land.

Furthermore, the stabling is in what the firm described as “good order”.

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Duff highlighted that the land lies outside of the development plan boundary.

However, the agent explained that given the low-density housing in the area and the existence of a derelict structure, it might be possible to develop the site subject to the necessary planning permissions.

Savills has urged interested parties to engage directly with the relevant authorities, in this case, Meath County Council, concerning any planning queries.


Regarding location, the property is in a “private” and “visually striking” area at Silver Beach in Gormanston, Co. Meath.

The “stunning” outlook boasts a “long sandy” beach running from Gormanston to Mornington, known as the Meath Gold Coast.

Furthermore, this area is a “popular commuter hub” in the North-East due to the easy access to the railway station (300 m).

This offers access to Dublin City and Belfast City, and “ease of access” to the M1 Motorway and Dublin Airport.

Meath is renowned for its “quality” agricultural land, heritage, and ease of access to amenities within the county and its neighbouring county, Dublin.

The village of Stamullen (4 km) offers everyday shopping needs. Meanwhile, you can find further shopping and amenities in Balbriggan (5 km) and Drogheda (12 km).

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