DescriptionThis edge of town greenfield site extends to approximately 6.87 ha (16.98 acres) and sits immediately adjacent Midleton rail line. The site is irregular in configuration and is generally flat throughout.
The site is currently laid out in grass with mature trees and hedgerows acting as natural boundaries on all aspects of the land. The surrounding area is a mix of one off detached homes, mature agricultural land holdings to the north and south and industrial warehouse buildings to the east.
Under the Midleton Municipal District Local Area Plan 2017 the subject land is zoned High Density Residential Development.
The subject site forms part of the overall Waterock lands which has been identified in the "Rebuilding Ireland" action plan as a Major Urban Housing Development Site capable of accommodating 2,500 residential units, Waterock has been allocated €6.5m in funding to provide public off-site infrastructure to open up land and accelerate development.
FeaturesExcellent location close to Midleton Town Centre and all local amenities.,Conveniently located approximately 20km east of Cork City Centre.,Majority of the site is zoned "High Density Residential Development".
DirectionsThe subject property is located approximately 20km east of Cork City Centre and approximately 1.5km north west of Midleton Town Centre.
It is situated in Waterock immediately adjacent the Midleton to Cork railline.
Midleton has long been a popular residential location for city commuters given its ease of access and proximity to Cork city.
The town benefits from excellent public transport network following the re-establishment of the commuter rail service which operates every hour.
As a town Midleton offers a high quality living environment with 5 primary schools and 4 secondary schools.
The town also benefits from an array of sporting facilities catering for Golf, Rugby, Soccer, GAA and hockey.