Welcome to Richmond Rise

Richmond Rise, Sallybrook is a new development of 77 new homes beautifully located on an elevated site. There is a selection of A rated three and four bedroom contemporary homes, many of which will enjoy stunning views across the Glashaboy Valley.

The development is situated on a quiet road within walking distance of the well known Brook Inn Bar and Restaurant which has been awarded Cork Restaurant of the Year. Richmond Rise has a lovely village feel, whilst being only 8km from Cork City.

Village Life / City Living

Richmond Rise , Sallybrook is a short stroll from Glanmire, an attractive quiet and charming village with the pretty Glashaboy river at its heart.

Residents at Richmond Rise can enjoy coffee in the village or at the Brook Inn which is located a short stroll from the development or take in a match at the local GAA football and hurling grounds.

Located only 8km from Cork City, Sallybrook is a perfect place for families who want to enjoy the best that both country and city life can offer.

Busy market stalls at local market
Busy market stalls at local market

An Idyllic Location

Richmond Rise is perfectly located for buyers at all stages of life. For young families there's a great variety of schools including Lower Glanmire National School, St. Joseph’s National School, Gaelscoil Ui Drisceoil, Glanmire Community College and Coláiste an Phiarsaigh.

Glanmire also offers a number of sports clubs from Glanmire GAA Football Club, Sarsfields Hurling Club, Old Christians RFC and within a short drive are a number of well known Golf Clubs and the wonders of Fota Wildlife Park.

A gateway to Cork City

Cork City is a buzzy and vibrant city and the best way to see and experience it and sample the flavours of its life is to walk. One of the most visited spots in the city is the wonderful English Market accessed off Princes and Patrick Street. The market has a whole host of wonderful local artisan food products from bread to fish, cheese and local speciality local products such as drisheen. The city and county has a well deserved reputation as the food capital of Ireland

Other attractions in Cork include, Cork City Gaol where you can take a tour and be transported back to more gloomy times, The Crawford Municipal Art Gallery in the city’s old Customs House, the beautiful UCC Campus.

If shopping is for you, the lovely Opera Lane has a whole host of national and international boutiques whilst the well known high end store, Brown Thomas is located on Patrick's Street for that special occasion.

Busy market stalls at local market
Busy market stalls at local market

Your key to the Star Attractions

1 .University College Cork - Established in 1845

2. The Crawford Municipal Art Gallery

3. Cork City Gaol

4. The English Market for all your fresh local produce

5. Cork Butter Museum

6. Elizabeth Fort

7. Franciscan Well Brewery

8. Visit some of Cork's wonderful restaurants and eateries

9. Take a trip to beautiful Kinsale or further afield to picturesque West Cork

10. Fly from Cork airport to approximately 30 destinations in 11 countries