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Corrough Dromina, County Cork

Price €40,000
  • Size 1.3 acres²

At a glance...

  • Road frontage
  • Gated entrance
  • Level site
  • Mature setting
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Description


Description
C. 1.3 acre site located C. 2 Km from Dromina and C. 8.5km from Charleville. The site has good road frontage onto the R579, is enclosed and is accessed via a gated entrance. The site is level and the setting is mature.
There is a residence located immediately to the west, however the surrounding lands are agricultural.
The site is being sold subject to planning permission.




LOCATION


Dromina is a small village located in County Cork. Dromina is located 9 km from the town of Charleville.

Dromina has many services to offer from a shop, a restaurant, bars to schools and local G.A.A clubs. Furtehr amenities are located in Charleville.


CO-ORDINATES
52.323099, -8.776463


EIRECODE
P56 P982(Nearest House)


PLANNING HISTORY

Outline planning permission was previously granted under planning number 047367.

COUNTY DEVELOPMENT PLANT OBJECTIVE:
RCI 4-4: Stronger Rural Area
These rural areas generally have stable population levels based on a traditionally strong agricultural base. Therefore, in order to recognise these characteristics and to consolidate and sustain the stability of the rural population, it is an objective that applicants shall satisfy the Planning Authority that their proposal constitutes a genuine rural generated housing need based on their social and / or economic links to a particular local rural area, and in this regard, must demonstrate that they comply with one of the following categories of housing need: a) Farmers, their sons and daughters who wish to build a first home for their permanent occupation on the family farm. b) Persons taking over the ownership and running of a farm on a fulltime basis, who wish to build a first home on the farm for their permanent occupation, where no existing dwelling is available for their own use. The proposed dwelling must be associated with the working and active management of the farm. c) Persons who have spent a substantial period of their lives (i.e. over seven years), living in the local rural area in which they propose to build a first home for their permanent occupation. d) Persons working fulltime in farming, forestry, inland waterway or marine related occupations, for a period of over three years, in the local rural area where they work and in which they propose to build a first home for their permanent occupation. e) Persons whose predominant occupation is farming / natural resource related, for a period of over three years, in the local rural area where they work and in which they propose to build a first home for their permanent occupation. f) Persons whose permanent employment is essential to the delivery of social and community services and intrinsically linked to a particular rural area for a period of over three consecutive years and who can demonstrate an economic and social need to live in the local rural area where they work, within which it is proposed to build a first home for their permanent occupation. g) Returning emigrants who spent a substantial period of their lives (i.e. over seven years), living in the local rural area in which they propose to build a first home for their permanent occupation, who now wish to return to reside near other immediate family members (mother, father, brother, sister, son, daughter or guardian), to care for elderly immediate family members, to work locally, or to retire.

Features
- Road frontage
- Gated entrance
- Level site
- Mature setting

Directions
From Dromina take the Charleville Road, travel for 2km, the site is located on the left hand side.
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PSRA Licence No: 003877

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA O'Keeffe (Charleville) or call them on (063) 23997

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