Stunning Cottage with land for sale in Carrickfergus Northern ireland
Sterling Price £140,000
Euro Price €164,000
Euro Resales Present this beautiful cottage with stunning sea views and land to the market.
The cottage are located on Quarry Lane, Whitehead and in addition to wonderful views to the front towards the sea benefit from local amenities including schools, shops, transport links and quick and easy access to Carrickfergus Town Centre.
The property can be enjoyed as a private home, a holiday location, a bed and breakfast business opportunity or as an investment for renting out for short- or long-term periods.
The land offers huge development potential set on one of the most breath taking views in northern ireland.
About the Area
Carrickfergus is a large town in County Antrim, Northern ireland. it sits on the north shore of Belfast Lough, 11 miles from Belfast. The town had a population of 27,998 at the 2011 Census. it is County Antrim’s oldest town and one of the oldest towns in ireland as a whole.
Carrickfergus (from irish: Carraig Fhearghais, meaning ‘rock of Fergus’), known locally and colloquially as ‘Carrick’, is a large town in County Antrim, Northern ireland. it is County Antrim’s oldest town and one of the oldest settlements in Northern ireland as a whole.
We flew our AirPano Drone over the town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tour which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in Carrickfergus.
Carrickfergus is an excellent starting point for any visitor exploring the beautiful Causeway Coast and Glens.
The town itself is dominated by the famous Carrickfergus Castle, built in the 12th Century by John de Courcy and is the oldest and best preserved Norman Castle in ireland.
Other places to visit include the Andrew Jackson Cottage and U.S. Rangers Centre, Flame Gasworks Museum of ireland and the 800 year old St. Nicholas Church with its famous stained glass windows.
Also well worth a visit is Carrickfergus Museum, which holds a vast collection of local artefacts. Carrickfergus is the most archaeologically explored town in Northern ireland and the finds on display at Carrickfergus Museum provide a remarkable glimpse into life in the town from the medieval period to more recent times.
For additional resources on visiting Carrickfergus point your browser to Carrickfergus Tourism and Discover Northern ireland, Official site of the Northern ireland Tourist Board.
· 2 bedrooms
· 1 bathroom
· 100m2 of living space
· 2000m2 of land
· Double Glazed Windows
· Stunning Sea Views
· Vast amount of Land
· Vegtable Garden
· Coal And Wood Heating
· Open To Offers