2.5 Acre Site in Excellent Location, Broadford, Limerick, Ireland
2.5 Acre Site in Excellent Location, Broadford, Limerick, Ireland
Euroresales Property ID – 9826200
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With its welcoming atmosphere and breath-taking natural scenery, Ireland’s reputation as a place to live continues to soar. On offer here is a chance to invest into this magnificent part of the world with this excellent site in County Limerick.
Located in the picturesque village of Broadford, Limerick, this superb 2.5-acre site features plans for 15 units, with two houses already complete and more partially built. This really is an excellent opportunity just waiting for someone to transform the site into a beautiful new residential area.
Not only is Limerick a fascinating place but it’s also a great base from which to discover the country and therefore has the potential to attract tourists from all over the world, seeking to sample some of Ireland’s unique culture. The area is surrounded by limitless areas of outstanding natural beauty such as Ireland’s world famous Wild Atlantic Way coastal areas, which is just a short drive away. The property is also a short drive away from many of the areas stunning beaches.
For sport and leisure fans this property is ideal as it is surrounded by a vast array of walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas as well as GAA, Rugby and Soccer clubs. The area is also a real hotbed for horseracing with 3 racetracks, Limerick, Cork and Listowel all within 30 minutes. Golf fans will also be satisfied as the property is surrounded by many of Ireland’s stunning golf courses including Charleville Golf Club and Newcastle West Golf Club.
Transport links are excellent from this property whether its by road, air or sea. Kerry Airport is just over 30 miles away and the nearest international airport is Cork, which is roughly 45 miles away.
FURTHER SITE DETAILS
Overall Floor Area: 10,117m2
Great investment opportunity, planning was granted for 15 units originally, 3 and 4 bedroom houses, two houses already built 4 bedroom is complete electricity is in to house and water and sewage needs connecting to main village supply, with the 3 bedroom house on second fix stage.
The 4-bedroom houses in the area are selling for 240,000 and 3 bedroom houses selling for 200.000.
The sites will be accessed by an internal tarmacadam road with footpaths and will be fenced off with walls on internal boundaries. These sites are excellently located with easy access/walking distance to Broadford creche, primary school, playground, shop, post office, doctor’s surgery, soccer club, handball centre and church. The houses are 3 bedroom and 4-bedroom properties.
The Local Authority for the area is Limerick City & County Council.
The location is great with good access to Limerick and Cork.
ABOUT THE AREA
Broadford (Irish: Béal an Átha - "the mouth of the ford" is located in the west of County Limerick in Ireland. It is part of the Roman Catholic parish of Dromcollogher-Broadford. In the 2016 census, the resident population of Broadford village was 276, and the population of the Broadford electoral division was 960.
According to records, the village is relatively new, and was first recorded by cartographers in 1837. Prior to its current name, it was known as "Killaliathan" or "Killagholehane". This name derives from Killaliathan Church, located 1.6 km (1 mile) to the south, a medieval church now partially ruined.
WIDER LIMERICK AREA
An ancient city on the banks of the mighty River Shannon, Limerick is quirky, vibrant and utterly individual. From its beautiful Georgian architecture and grand museums to its rugby-obsessed locals, it will win you over with its unique charm.
Ireland’s first City of Culture, Limerick’s rich cultural life can be seen in world-renowned museums, such as the Hunt Museum, as well as the Limerick City Gallery of Art, housed in the historic Carnegie Building. It's got an incredible festival scene, too – from its vibrant St Patrick's Day celebrations to the annual Richard Harris International Film Festival. On the May bank holiday every year there is also the Riverfest Festival, which hosts BBQ's, Great Limerick Run, Sporting displays and Fireworks.
A must see is also the wonderful Woodlands House Hotel in Adare, which has a great restaurant, friendly bar and award winning Spa and Pool, voted 4th most sought after Spa in Ireland in 2018 (https://www.woodlands-hotel.ie/)
If culture is Limerick’s lifeblood, then sport is its beating heart. Strike up a conversation with a garrulous rugby supporter in a convivial pub and they’ll delight in telling you about memorable Munster victories. A particular win against New Zealand’s All Blacks has made its way into local and national sporting folklore. Limerick was European City of Sport in 2011 and is currently Irelands capital city of sport.
Peace, quiet and a slice of luxury are on the menu in Limerick city, too. Step inside No.1 Pery Square in Newtown Pery, Limerick's Georgian Quarter and you’ll know what we mean. Within the walls of this 200-year old townhouse are period guestrooms, a wine shop, a spa, a fine-dining restaurant and a drawing room where afternoon tea is served around a blazing turf fire.
If you're looking for a more relaxed bite, you can't go wrong with an authentic and delicious sandwich from the award-winning La Cucina.
Limerick is a city to be savoured. Our advice? Take your time and enjoy every minute!
- Located in a friendly and well-run community
- Spacious 10,117m2 site
- Planning was granted for 15 units originally
- Excellently located with easy access/walking distance to Broadford creche, primary school, playground, shop, post office, doctor’s surgery, soccer club, handball centre and church.
- Sites will be accessed by an internal tarmacadam road with footpaths and will be fenced off with walls on internal boundaries.
- 4-bedroom houses in the area are selling for 240,000 and 3 bedroom houses selling for 200.000
- Huge potential in the holiday rental market
- Walking distance from essential amenities in village centre
- Close to many areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the River Shannon and Wild Atlantic Way
- Surrounded by many excellent walking, cycling and fishing areas
- Hotbed for horseracing with Limerick, Cork and Tipperary racetracks all within 25 miles
- Close to many superb golf courses including Charleville Golf Club (http://charlevillegolf.com) and Newcastle West Golf Club (http://newcastlewestgolf.com)
- Excellent transport links
- 45 miles from Cork International Airport
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