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Main Street, Patrickswell, Limerick - Sale Agreed
Commercial (Development Land)
For Sale by Private Treaty. Partially completed private housing development incorporating 11 no townhouses situated in the hub of Patrickswell village immediately adjacent to all amenities and just 10 minutes drive from Limerick city. The houses were originally constructed approximately 10 years ago with the main overall structures fully completed. Internally the units require substantial works. Also extensive work needed to complete gardens and parking area. This is and unique opportunity to acquire a small cluster of housing units, ideal for developer to purchaser, complete and resell. Alternatively purchase complete and hold as an investment play. Excellent letting potential in this area. Planning reference number is 00/2957. House plans available on request contact Tom Crosse on 087-2547717
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From Limerick City proceed out to Patrickswell Village turn left just after McDermotts Garage and the post office. These houses are located on the right hand side (immediately adjacent to Patrickswell GAA Club). Overview •Patrickswell is located approximately 10km south west of Limerick City centre and is 31km west of the town of Newcastle West. •Its hinterland is the rural area defined by the Limerick County Development Plan 2010 – 2016 as an area of Strong Urban Influence. •The village is strategically located in relation to the national roads network. It can be accessed at either end from the M20 – from the junction for the Limerick Racecourse or the M20/N21 junction further west. •The village was bypassed in 2001 and the M20 continues to Limerick as a dual carriageway. •Dublin 205 km. Cork 95km. Galway 100km. Patrickswell Patrickswell has a main street with shops, garages and a post office. The town is located only 10 km from Limerick city and as a result relies on the city and its suburbs for secondary schools, shops, banks and other facilities. There are several housing estates (Marian Park, Lisheen Park, Belgard Grove Sycamore Heights and Laurel Park) off the main street and on the road to Clarina. The latter road has strip development north from Patrickswell all the way to Clarina and the N69 road. As a dormitory town with only one major street, Patrickswell retains the appearance of a village, despite its population of over 3000.