From an agricultural point of view, the county of Limerick has a lot of variety for its relatively small size.
The sale of a Co Limerick farm featured on these pages early in August registered a strong result at public auction last week, one that flies in the face of any talk of the Brexit effect dampening agricultural land prices.
A classy extension, hi-spec decor, and a great location make this family home a winner, writes Trish Dromey.
Adare is a name that catches the attention. It’s one of Ireland’s most admired towns, featuring a main street that is literally as pretty as a postcard, with its thatched roof houses, pleasant public park, and old-time atmosphere.
Farmland is continuing to sell at auction, albeit with some mixed fortunes.
Limerick man Vincent Campbell can truly toast the rise and fall of the Celtic Tiger.
LET for the past couple of years, this Mulderricksfield, Shanagolden farm has excellent grassland, says auctioneer Tom Crosse of GVM, who is to auction the 75-acre property on Friday, November 11.
THERE’S location, location, location — and then, there’s Adare, one of the most sought-after addresses in the mid-west.
THE early sale of a 21-acre holding at Ballysimon, Co Limerick, left Tom Crosse of GVM quite pleased with the half million euro result for the residential holding.
A NICE Christmas present for Tom Crosse of GVM Limerick came a week early, when he sold a 35-acre holding at Crecora, within a week. The property, on a “posh” edge of Limerick city, was purchased by a businessman for €350,000 — €10,000 per acre.
ONE step at a time: the first half of a pair of similar contemporary big semi-detached houses built at the end of a cul de sac at Cappa, Kilrush in Co Clare is a new market arrival, carrying a round €500,000 asking price.
HIS ashes were scattered in the Bahamas, but they could as easily have found a sacred resting place in Thomond Park, or Kilkee — both places of worship for the late Limerick actor Richard Harris.
LAUNCHED on the market earlier this year and then aborted because of title issues, a farm at Mount David, Shanagolden, Co Limerick, sold after auction last week.
TITLE issues held up the sale of this 53-acre farm at Mount David, Shanagolden in Co Limerick.
A SIMPLE, period property with 17.5 acres of land could make the perfect hobby farm, especially as it’s just outside Croagh in Co Limerick and close to the village of Adare.
EXTENSIVE road frontage, and the location within 10 minutes drive from Limerick city, will generate strong interest in the sale of a farm at Breska, Clarina.
NESTLING in the foothills of the Galtee Mountains, Hillview Farm does exactly what it says on the tin.
FORTY house hunters spent a second night camping out in the cold last night while they wait to put deposits on 51 new homes in Limerick.
A HOUSE that will cause a bit of a stir in the Limerick property market, and which should see some heavy viewings, is going to auction on May 9 next.
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