“Bookie Woods” Development Site Upper Branch Road, Tramore Co. Waterford
The finest residential development site to come on the market in Tramore in decades, the “Bookie Woods” is a 2.20ha (5.40 acre) Residential zoned development site with full planning permission for 7 large detached houses. The “Bookie Woods” is located in the centre of Tramore town and 900m from Tramore beach. This is a magnificent wooded site, elevated with a south east facing orientation offering stunning views of Tramore Bay, Sandhills and Brownstown Head. Houses on this site will be amongst the most sought after in the region.
The planning permission for 7 detached houses was granted under application 20/150 and encompasses a 4.4 acre site. The total site area includes an additional 0.97 acre of Zoned residential land which was not part of the planning application.
Planning Register Reference Number: 20/150 An Bord Pleanála Order: ABP-307486-20
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