A 52.6 acre site in the harbour area of Bray has been placed on the market for €27.5 million by property market advisor Savills Ireland.
The site, being referred to as Harbour Point, “provides an opportunity for a purchaser to create a new and vibrant mixed-use quarter in Bray, and to capitalise on the scenic waterfront setting adjacent to Bray Town Centre,” according to Savills.
Current planning permission for the site allows for the development of a substantial mixed-use scheme.
The property advisor further described the site, outlining it’s benefits.
“The site’s convenient setting – situated just off Main Street – ensures the main retail offering and amenities in Bray are within a short walk while benefiting from a coastal setting. Moreover, public transport options are plentiful, with Bray Train Station situated within 700m, giving access to Dublin City within 45 minutes whilst providing suburban services between Greystones and Malahide/Howth.
“Numerous bus routes at Castle Street and Main Street provide access to surrounding areas and Dublin City, while a private bus operator provides a service to Sandyford and the Luas. The proposed Luas extension to Bray and planned Dublin Road upgrade would benefit the subject lands and further enhance the accessibility and the convenience of this location,” outlined a spokesperson for Savills Ireland.
Harbour Point is being offered for sale in three lots – lot 1, 21.04 hectares (52 acres) with planning permission for a significant development and potential for a revised scheme, subject to planning permission; lot 2, 0.24 hectares (0.59 acre) comprises the “Seapoint site” and comes with the potential for a residential scheme, subject to planning permission, and lot 3, the entire.