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30 Lelia Street, Limerick City, Limerick - Sale Agreed
Residential (Terraced House)
Three bedroom town house requiring complete refurbishment in a very convenient location adjacent to Limerick School of Art and Design and just 1 kilometre from the City Centre and all amenities. Ideal starter home or investment opportunity.
- Beds: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Hallway 6.6 X 1.4.
- Sitting room 4.4 X 3.8.
- Kitchen / Dining area 5.8 X 3.0 :- Fitted units. Patio door to small rear yard.
- Bedroom 4.6 X 5.2 :- Double room.
- Bedroom 3.8 X 3.6 :- Double room.
- Bedroom 2.9 X 2.5 :- Single room.
- Bathroom 2.1 X 2.6 :- Bath. Toilet and wash hand basin. Hotpress with electric immersion.
- 1. Adjacent to Limerick School of Art and Design.
- 2. Walking distance to City Centre.
- 3. On street parking.
- 4. Small enclosed rear yard.
Drive down Charlottes Quay onto Clare Street and turn right at traffic lights onto Lelia Street. House located on the left hand side GVM sign thereon. Next to garage. LOCATION :- Limerick is quickly becoming one of the most desirable cities in Ireland. Limerick can boast an attractive resume to entice International Companies setting up base in Limerick, with numerous Multinational Companies already set up in Limerick. The likes of Dell, J&J Vistakon, Intel, GE Capital, Cook Medical, Northern Trust and Uber are to name but a few. Limerick is well connected to all major cities in Ireland with motorways to Galway and Dublin, and with a proposed motorway to Cork in the pipeline. The quality of education in Limerick is second to none with over 20,000 third level students calling Limerick home. This is spread between, University of Limerick, Limerick Institute of Technology, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick College of Further Education and the Limerick School of Art and Design. The work force is readily available for these MNC’s to locate in Limerick. It is not only job prospects that entice people to Limerick. Limerick has a thriving night life scene and as recent as 2014 Limerick was Irish city of culture. With countless well known pubs, restaurants and nightclubs to booth, Limerick never fails to disappoint on a social front. This sports mad city can proudly lay claim to Thomond Park, the scene of many a historic Munster Rugby battle. In close proximity to Thomond Park, one can find the impressive Gaelic Grounds home to Limerick GAA. Limerick can also boast to the fact the City has a soccer team in the premier division of Irish soccer. For the history buff’s out there, one would have far to go to find a city further steeped in history than Limerick. King John’s Castle, The Treaty Stone and The Hunt Museum are ever popular attractions to the Treaty city, all of which is built on top of the majestic River Shannon.