Jacob’s Island is a stunning waterfront development on the Douglas Estuary accessed off the South Ring Road at the Blackrock Interchange, immediately south of the Jack Lynch Tunnel. Nestled in Lough Mahon, the site boasts uninterrupted sea views in a location second to none. The picturesque Jacob’s Island has as its boundaries Lough Mahon on its eastern side and the Douglas Estuary on its southern side.
These 4-bed semi-detached properties are ideal for family living with bright contemporary accommodation throughout, all located within the city boundary and yet enjoying the benefits of an extensive shoreline and 18 acres of mature parklands which includes a walkway treasured by many along this beautiful shoreline, running from the highly acclaimed Harty’s Quay development on the Rochestown Road to Cork’s historic Blackrock Castle. Ample primary and secondary schools are a short distance away
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Ramble along the shoreline walk to Rochestown and Passage West to blow away the cobwebs. Then breathe in the salt air as you relax in the 18-acre shoreline park that forms part of this splendid development.
Or you may prefer to enjoy a stroll through Mahon Point Shopping Centre – Cork’s premier shopping destination complex with some of the best Irish and international high street names, together with pubs, restaurants, multi-screen cinema.
Couldn’t be easier with direct access off the South Ring Road from the North, Cork City Centre, and (Limerick N20 Dublin N8). Follow directions for the Jack Lynch Lee Tunnel and South Ring Road, when you exit the tunnel take the first exit (Exit 10) for Mahon & Blackrock. Proceed to the lights, take a left into Jacobs Island
From the South, Cork Airport N27, and (Carrigaline N28 Bandon N71). Proceed to the N25 South Ring Road and follow directions for the South Ring – East Link. Take Exit 10 for Mahon & Blackrock and proceed to the lights and turn right. Cross bridge and continue directly into Jacobs Island.
The 215 bus routes commence at Jacobs Island and will chauffeur you to the City Centre and further within minutes. This service offers 3 buses per hour during peak times. The 219 bus route is a short walk from Jacob’s Island travelling to the western suburbs via Douglas on the south orbital route.
It’s rare to find all these amenities available together in one location, but that’s the wonder of Jacob’s Island – a place to live, work and play.