5 Holiday cottages located on C.3 Beachfront acres and part Zoned Leisure & Tourism.
Rarely does an opportunity arise to purchase unique waterfront residences with stunning coastal and panoramic views with zoning for tourism and leisure business.
•Stunning Views of the Cooley Peninsula, Mourne Mountains and Carlingford Lough
•Potential to further develop.
•Zoned tourism and leisure
•C.140 metres sea frontage
•Located fronting R173 Omeath to Carlingford Road.
•Narrow Water Bridge project, 1 km will link Omeath to Warrenpoint in NI construction commencing shortly.
Comprising 1 detached residence and 4 terraced houses. This spectacular site extends to C.3 acres, accessing and fronting onto Carlingford Lough.
The site is part zoned Leisure & Tourism and has great potential to further develop.
Situated in a beautiful location fronting Carlingford Lough at the foot of the Cooley mountains overlooking the Mourne Mountains.
The Carlingford- Omeath greenway runs alongside the properties and the development of the new South-North link bridge between Omeath and Warrenpoint at Narrow Water is expected to be completed in 2024, and will bring significant tourism and economic growth to the area.
Located C.3km from Carlingford town and C.1km from Omeath village. Accessible from R173 Omeath to Carlingford Road.
Is one of the most beautiful, medieval and picturesque towns situated on the Cooley Peninsula. Carlingford has something for everyone and is full of character, entertainment and history.
The Carlingford Adventure centre is hugely popular for both land and water activities such as rock climbing, zip lining, kayaking, canoeing and much more.
The bustling nightlife of Carlingford as well as top restaurants makes this town a popular destination for Hen and Stag parties
Carlingford Marina is one of Ireland’s top sailing destinations. Nestled on the coastal inlet of Carlingford Lough.
Choose from a wide range of cruises departing daily such as a sunset cruise offering panoramic views of the lough and majestic mountains that surround it.
The picturesque village of Omeath lies where the Cooley Mountains sweep down to the sea. A tranquil haven for hillwalkers and outdoor activities. Omeath village has quaint streets, coffee shops and restaurants. The development of the Narrow Water Link bridge will connect Omeath (County Louth) to Warrenpoint (County Down) and will bring significant tourism to the area.
The Omeath – Carlingford greenway attracts many tourists. Bike hire is available and provides for a beautiful cycle along the Cooley peninsula.
Omeath to Warrenpoint Ferry runs daily throughout the summer months and the Carlingford Lough ferry sails from Greenore in County Louth to Greencastle in County Down every half hour during the summer .
Stunning Views of the Mourne Mountains and Carlingford Lough
Potential to further develop
Zoned tourism and leisure
C.140 metres sea frontage
Located fronting R173 Omeath to Carlingford road.