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The Grange - The Grange, Raheen, Limerick - For Sale
THE GRANGE, RAHEEN, LIMERICK (A LIAM NEVILLE DEVELOPMENT) SPECTACULAR NEW SHOWHOMES. Final Phase of 4 bed semi-detached homes. 3 only remaining. Price €350,000 3 bed showhome now available for purchase.Price €295,000. 4 bed showhome now available for purchase. Price €375,000. • A selection of quality A rated 3 and 4 bed semi-detached homes are now available to purchase. Now under construction an outstanding up market and prestigious new development of three and four bedroom semi detached homes. The overall scheme extends to just 40 units and is the final phase in this much sought after and ideally located south side development. Three bedroom semi detached.....1065 sq ft Four bedroom semi detached......1646 sq ft Developers :- Liam Neville Developments Ltd.
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Raheen is located on the R510, off the M20 Limerick to Cork motorway just 5 kilometres from the city centre. This area is a rapidly growing suburb with a population of over 10,500 people. The popularity of the area can partly be attributed to its wide range of multinational companies established in Raheen Business Park. Companies such as, Regeneron Pharmaceutical, Analog Devices, Dell, Banta and Stryker Corp are based in this high-profile business hub. Such ample employment opportunities have made Raheen a very vibrant and popular residential area. Raheen is located in close proximity to The University Hospital, The Irish Cement Factory, The Crescent Shopping Centre (Limerick’s largest shopping centre) and also the Omniplex Cinema complex. The general locality is well serviced with primary and secondary schools. The recent opening of the state of the art Mungret Park and Playground has become a focal point for local residents. Sport plays a major part in this Limerick suburb, with well-established clubs such as Mungret GAA, Young Muster RFC, Regional United and several health and leisure facilities all adding to the popularity of the area. 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