A prime 2-acre development site in Tralee is being sold with a guide price of €450,000.
Located at Boherbee and zoned residential the site is conveniently located on the road to Killarney and Cork. It is just a 10-minute walk to the town centre and backs onto land owned by Kerry County Council.
The sale is being jointly marketed by Paul Stephenson of Sherry Fitzgerald Stephenson Crean and Ger Carmody Auctioneers, both of Tralee.
Two dwellings already exist on the site, fronting onto the N21, with a large field further back. The site has approximately 10 metres of road frontage, is largely greenfield, with 2 access points and a new road planned for the back of the property.
Mr Stephenson said the lands offer strong development potential for a mix of residential and commercial style development, subject to the necessary planning permission
SOLICITOR Alex Hoffman, a native of Annascaul, is joining prominent legal firm Pierse, McCarthy, Lucey in Tralee as an associate.
Mr Hoffman graduated from the University of Limerick in 2003 in Law & European Studies and qualified as a solicitor in 2006. He subsequently studied with the Irish Taxation Institute and qualified as an AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) in 2010.
The son of dairy farmers Robert and Sandra Hoffman of Annascaul, Alex has strong GAA connections through his wife, Kay Healy who is a Dingle-native and daughter of the late Pat Healy, former Chairman of Tralee Club Kerins O’Rahillys.