Adjacent to the Fairhill the property is accessed by taking Nash’s Boreen from Fairhill as far as the end of the tarmacadamed road. At the end of the tarmacadamed road continue on straight and the property is on the right hand side by the first gate. It has frontage onto Nash’s Boreen as far as the sharp turn. The property also has an access point from the Lower Killeens Road
The property comprises a c.26 acres of land which is primarily in permanent pasture. It has frontage onto Nash’s Boreen along its southern boundary and agricultural land to the east, north and west. The land slopes down to its Northern boundary. The property also has an access point via a right of way from the Lower Killeens road which lies to the north.
The lands lie within an area designated for open space, sports, recreation and amenity in the Cobh Municipal District Local Area Plan published by Cork County Council in 2017. It forms part of an area zoned NE-O-01 and carries the following stated objective:
“Open space for public recreation including the provision of playing pitches, amenity walks, pitch and putt course, children’s playground, open parkland, areas of urban forestry and built leisure facilities, subject to appropriate scaling and siting”.
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