Please note this site is located in a greenbelt zoning so planning restrictions apply.
The site is being sold subject to planning permission
Fermoy (pop. 2,270) lies about 30 miles to the north-east of Cork city on the Blackwater River. It was a garrison town and at one time had the largest concentration of troops in the country. Today the town is well known for angling, particularly salmon. It is strategically located, just where the main roads from Dublin to Cork and Rosslare to Killarney intersect.
The Blackwater valley is well known for its period houses and one of the finest, Castle Hyde, now owned by Micheal Flatley of Riverdance, is just outside the town. It was once the home of Douglas Hyde, founder of the Gaelic League and the first President of the Irish Republic.