Compound life is great in the UK and US, where wealthy homeowners can have family or friends to stay or cohabit, but not in the same building, a place where there is a home for everyone. world, to allow people to live in harmony.
This makes a lot of sense, and for shoppers who have been estranged from loved ones during the pandemic, the ability to be close at hand – but not on top of each other – has become truly valuable.
Le Havre, located 5 miles south of Gorey, is a 2.5-acre property with three four-bedroom homes, all within 500 yards of Roney Point Beach.
The property comprises a main house of approximately 137 m² (1475 ft²), where there is oil central heating. This has a BER D1.
In addition there are two other smaller properties each spanning 90 m² which are electrically heated. Of these, one has a D1 BER and the other has a D2 rating. All three are detached and have their own septic tank. They share a tennis court and there is also an artist’s studio which can be subdivided so that each of the small houses has its own outbuilding, or could, subject to planning permission, be developed further.
The houses were built around 1999 and could be further upgraded and enlarged to give someone a truly luxurious second home. For those considering leaving Dublin for greener pastures, it could also offer a rather fabulously located escape to the country with a built-in income stream.
The site, which asks for € 895,000 via agents Warren Estates, will also be of interest to developers interested in building a hotel with amenities and possibly catering units on the site, all subject to a building permit.
Riverchapel, where the well-stocked Brooks supermarket is located, is approximately 3 km away.