DescriptionThe subject lands comprise of a substantial landbank that extends to 10.4 acres (4.2 Ha) in total. The property has excellent dual road frontage on to both the R522 and the R581 extending to c.400m in total. The site is generally level throughout and has a mixture of mature trees, post and rail fencing and stone walls acting as boundaries.
The site is situated to the north of the village centre with the property being a greenfield development site, with the benefit of a positive planning history which benefits any prospective developer.
The site is suitable for a range of different development uses subject to planning permission such as residential, commercial, medical, nursing
home and/or retirement village.
FeaturesTotal site area extends to approximately 4.2 hectares (10.4 acres).
Zoned “Existing Built Up Area” and benefits from a positive planning history.
Greenfield site with dual frontage and access on to the R522 and the R581.
Excellently located site adjacent to Doneraile Park.
Residential, commercial and/or nursing home development potential.
Location provides ease of access to the N20, the main Cork and Limerick road.
DirectionsThis site is located along both the R522 and the R581, situated in the heart of Doneraile village. A pedestrian path connects the centre of the village to the subject site, with pubs, post office, coffee shop, pharmacy and GAA club all in close proximity and serving the local area.
The site is located across the road from Doneraile Park, with Doneraile Golf Club located to the south of the subject lands.
The village benefits from a strong passing trade, located parallel to the N20, the main road between Cork and Limerick, with strong transport links located nearby inclusive of the previously mentioned N20, as well as the N72 and the N73 also being in close proximity, with multiple bus routes passing through the village on a daily basis.
Doneraile benefits from a strong tourism trade also, being the home of the previously mentioned Doneraile National Wildlife Park, listed in the top 5 "free to enter" tourist attractions in Ireland by Fáilte Ireland with 500,000 visitors per year.