ALSO OPTION TO PURCHASE 4 SERVICED SITES
ranging from 1.03 acres to 3.91 acres
Commercial Units ranging in size from 325 sq. m to 4500 sq. m
Steel frame construction with an insulated deck roof
and architectural panels to front elevation.
Electronically controlled warehouse doors with glazed aluminium windows and doors.
Occupiers in the park include Myers Food Machinery
FTA Logistics, Lisabrin Engineering and B2A Fitness.
Mitchelstown Business Park is located on the northern side of the town with direct access to the M8 motorway exit and also the Mitchelstown relief road.
Its location in the heart of Munster, with a catchment population of 1.34 million and there is a precedent for large scale operations that rely heavily on transport links and logistical capabilities e.g. Aldi regional distribution warehouse, Horgan’s Delicatessen Supplies, Dairygold Co-Operative Society.
Mitchelstown is a vibrant and fast moving area of Cork, position ally in the gateway to the rest of the country with the infrastructure to cope with most demanding investors.
The units themselves are built to the highest standards and range in size to suit all types of business.
For plans and further details please contact Sherry FitzGerald O'Donovan or joint agents CCM Properties Mitchelstown.
Mitchelstown (pop. 4,618) sits below the Galtee mountains in the heart of the Golden Vale and is Cork's most north-easterly town. Michelstown was laid out in the late 18th and early 19th century by the Earls of Kingston, and is still a good example of a planned town with tree-lined avenues and many elegant buildings. Ireland's first cheese production plant was set up in Mitchelstown in 1932 and today the Dairygold Co-op is the town's largest employer.
Mitchelstown has a reputation for good food as well as butter and cheese. A newly inaugurated Good Food Festival has been a huge success and there is a flourishing farmer's market every Saturday. Not far from the town is the famous Mitchelstown caves. These are extraordinary limestone caves filled with fantastic rock formations.