This is a top quality non-residential holding comprising of approximately 24 acres under Folio CK24886F, situated approximately 1km from the N72 between Mallow and Fermoy and 2.5km from Castletownroche village.
These lands are of a warm, free draining limestone nature suitable for any type of farming enterprise. Laid out in 1 easily worked field with 2 agricultural acess points off the road, the lands offer excellent views of the surrounding countryside. The lands are presently under spring barley. There is some 370m road frontage.
For maps and further details contact sole selling agents Sherry FitzGerald O'Donovan
Mallow is the largest town along the Blackwater valley; founded in the late 16th century when the Earl of Desmond built a castle to protect the river crossing. The town is sometimes called the crossroads of Munster due to its position on the junction of roads to Waterford, Cork, Dublin, Limerick and Killarney. It's also been identified as a regional hub in the Government's National Spatial Strategy so is likely to grow even more in the future. Mallow has a large sugar industry processing sugar beet from all over the midlands.