The unenclosed signal station at Streedagh consists of only the very low remains of a signal tower. The site is located on a low lying triangle of land projecting north ward into Sligo Bay. The site has clear views in all directions but neither of the adjacent signal stations, Knocklane Hill to the south west and Kilcologue Point to the north east, can be seen given their extremely ruinous condition. The site is accessed via the lane that runs from the carpark along the back of the extensive sand dune system.
The signal tower at Streedagh mainly consists of the semi-basement level which measures 5.8m across. The walls are aligned at 45 degrees to the cardinal directions. With so little of the ground floor now present it is not possible to orientate the building but the bottom of a vertical drainage is present at the north east end of the north west wall, suggesting this may have been the wall with the fireplaces, alcoves and chimneys, although they could also have been located on the north east wall.