Adjacent to the Kerry Pike Village the property is accessed from the end of the Carrigrohane road by turn left for Inniscarra and keeping right for Cloghroe after the Anglers Rest Pub. On the Cloghroe Road take the first turn right for Kerry Pike. At the next T junction turn left and the property is on the left hand side after c. 700m, approximately 250 meters from the right hand junction leading to Blarney. Tower village is within a few minutes drive (2.9km) to the north west. Blarney village lies c. 3.5 km to the north east, Ballincollig lies c.5.5 km to the south west and Cork city centre lies c. 8.5 km to the south east. Major institutions such as CIT, UCC and Cork University Hospital are also easily reached.
The property comprises a c.4.5 acres development site which has the benefit of being located within the development boundary of Kerry Pike. Currently being used as part of a market gardening enterprise the site is generally level and has ample road frontage along its north eastern boundary onto a local road. The property lend itself to develop a high quality housing development or possibly serviced sites. Large local employers such as EMC in Ovens, Boston Scientific on Model Farm Road and the Apple campus in Hollyhill are also within an easy reach of this development site.
Table 2.3 of the Cobh Municipal District Local Area Plan prepared by Cork County Council indicates that there are adequate Irish Water services capacity for both waste water and drinking water in the village of Kerry Pike.
Zoning & Density
The lands lie within the development boundary of Kerry Pike in the Cobh Municipal District Local Area Plan prepared by Cork County Council. There is no specific zoning objective attached to the site but the plan does state that “new development in Kerry Pike in the next 10 years should not exceed 30 units in total”. It goes on to state further that “any new individual housing schemes should normally not exceed 20 units”.
Further details and appointment to view are available through the sole agents.