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Coolreidy, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick - For Sale
Commercial (Farm Land)
Compact residential roadside holding extending to circa 47 st acres and situated in this pleasant location just 15 minutes drive from Limerick city. Two storey derelict residence thereon (in need of repair). Two fully surfaced road in place serving all the lands. Private and natural water supply. Extensive road frontage with obvious site potential. Priced to sell.
- Beds: N/A
- Bathrooms: N/A
- Ground Floor
From Limerick proceed out the main Dublin through Castletroy and proceed to Dalys Cross on the old Nenagh road. Keep on main road turning left at McGills Garden Centre. Drive for circa 1 km. Land is located on the right hand side (at either side of the railway line). GVM sign thereon. Land can also be accessed from Castleconnell on access road to Bob Sweeneys. Castleconnell is a scenic village in County Limerick on the banks of the River Shannon, some 11 km from Limerick City and within a few minutes’ walk to the boundaries of counties Clare and Tipperary. The local population is estimated at 1,500. The village is very well serviced with local amenities The popularity of the village can partly attributed to the expansion of Limerick City. Castleconnell’s real beauty lies in the fact that it is just a short drive from the city centre, but it resembles the countryside, with the River Shannon lending itself to an idyllic backdrop. Castleconnell has the tranquil qualities of rural life but holds its connection with the hustle and bustle of urban life, being located just 15 minutes’ drive from Limerick City Centre. Sport is synonymous with Limerick and this wonderful village is no different. The well renowned Ahane GAA club is situated in the parish. The majestic River Shannon enables the successful Castleconnell boat club to flourish. There is a vibrant local soccer club and UL Bohemians caters for all rugby enthusiasts. Limerick University is also within easy reach of the village. Limerick is the capital of Ireland's Mid-West region with an urban and hinterland population of over 200,000 and is noted for its shopping, its dining and entertainment, its historical significance, as well as its contributions to the arts. The city has grown its sporting and cultural image in recent years and generally the local business activists are doing their utmost to promote the city as a thriving business hub. The immediate city population is approximately 80,000