DNG are delighted to present this fantastic C. 1.75 acre development opportunity which comprises full planning permission to build 16 residential units in the heart of Ballyclough. They consists of 16, two-storey dwellings. This consists of 1 no. 4-bed detached unit, 5 no. 3-bed semi-detached units, 4no. 3-bed terraced units, 1 no. 2-bed semi-detached unit and 5no. 2-bed terraced units.
The development site is Irish Water compliant and ready to go.
The site is located in Ballyclough Village. Ballyclough is very accessible only 10 km outside Mallow town, 12 km from Kanturk town, 50-minute drive to Killarney and only a 40-minute drive to Cork City.
The village today has:
1. 2 public houses.
2. Local grocer.
3. Community centre.
5. Primary school.
6. Funeral chapel.
7. GAA club and pitch.
8. Catholic church.
Ballyclough has a rich history of farming, the creamery was founded in the early 1900s and grew to join forces with Mitchelstown Co-Op to form Dairygold Co-Op.
Fantastic development opportunity.
Set on C. 1.75 acres level and easily developed
16 residential units.
Full planning permission. ( Planning Application: 206895 (Cork County Council ) Irish Water compliant.
Located in the heart of Ballyclough village.
- 10km outside Mallow town
- 12km from Kanturk town
- 50 minute drive from Killarney
- 40 minute drive from Cork City
Huge pent up demand for housing in Ballyclough.
Viewing is highly recommended and strictly by appointment with DNG John Ryan, to arrange a viewing please call (022)50051 or (029) 51599. These particulars have been prepared by DNG John Ryan and whilst every care has been taken to ensure that these are accurate and correct, we are not responsible for any errors, omissions, inaccuracies, if the property is let, sold or withdrawn from sale or if it is not suitable for your purpose. These particulars are for information only and are given under the strict understanding that they do not form part of any contract. Neither whole nor any part of this document or any reference thereto may be included in any public document, circular or statement nor published without the written consent of DNG John Ryan. PSL: 003615