Coldwell Banker Commercial offer this city center development site comprising a derelict mid-terrace former Residential Public House located at the city end of Barrack Street just 500m south west of the Grand Parade. 52 Barrack Street comprises the former Public House which comprises a two storey building with a large single storey extension and enclosed yard to the rear. 52a comprises an open yard with vehicular access from the archway under No.52. There is also pedestrian access from the rear of 52 to the yard. The property is in poor condition and exposed to the elements. The entire site extends to circa 0.11 Hectare and offers excellent potential for re-development. Barrack Street is one of Cork's oldest streets and has benefited from extensive investment in recent years with streetscape improvement works been carried out. The nearby Elizabeth Fort has been developed into a major tourist attraction leading to increased footfall in the area. The development of the Event Centre on the former Beamish and Crawford site will provide a further boost to the area. This is a superbly located site offering a strategic potential development opportunity. Viewing is strictly by appointment only.
Superb city center location.
52 Barrack Street is registered as a Derelict Site and is subject to an annual levy of 3000.