Tipperary site has potential for 34 houses and crèche
A residential development site with potential for at least 34 houses near Clonmel, Co Tipperary, has been brought to the market with a guide price of more than €450,000.
The property extends to 3.5 acres and is located in the village of Clerihan which is only 6km from Clonmel.
Originally An Bord Pleanála granted planning permission for the construction of the Cnoc Aoibheann residential development which had plans for 70 houses, a crèche, retail units, office units and a pub, more than half of which was built.
The lot now for sale comprises 34 sites for semi-detached houses including three-bedroom units of 1,070 sq ft and four-bedroom houses of 1,354 sq ft.
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Its planning permission, which has been extended until December 31, 2021, also includes a 4,236 sq ft crèche. Foundations have been laid for some of the 34 houses.
The site is positioned to the rear of the Cnoc Aoibheann residential development.
Most of the commercial facilities in the original planning permission have been built and do not form part of the sale. The bar site has not been built on and also does not form part of the sale.
The site for sale is zoned existing residential under the Ballyclerihan Settlement Plan in the South Tipperary County Development Plan.
Clerihan is about 15km from the M8 motorway at exit 10 Cahir or exit 8 Cashel.