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Beautiful 5 Bedroom House For Sale in Limerick ireland

$1,208,450 | £869,277 | €1,000,000
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Beautiful 5 Bedroom House For Sale in Limerick ireland Euroresales Property iD- 9825708 Property information: This beautiful property is sitauted in Kildimo, Co. Limerick ireland. The property is a 5 bedroom 5 bathroom house and 3 of the bedrooms have en-suites. The property is a new built only being constructed in 2019 to a modern standard including underfloor heating and treble glazing windows. The House has a total area of about 310m2 set on a massive plot of 35 acres of land with country side hill top views and access to a beautiful 4 acre lake. Features/Facilities: 5 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms New Built 2019 Underfloor Heating Treble Glazing Windows Country Side and Hill Top Views 4 Acre Lake 35 Acre Land Plot House Area: 310m2 About the Area: Kildimo is a village in County Limerick, ireland. The village is located on the N69 National Route about 13 km west of Limerick city close to the River Shannon estuary. The 2011 census statistics for Kildimo (New & Old) counts 197 males, 212 females, 175 households and 17 vacant households The parish of Kildimo/Pallaskenry is in the barony of Kenry. The present day parish is made up of what were once the parishes of Kildimo, Ardcanny and Chapelrussell. Chapelrussell parish was once called Killuragh, Killenalotar or Killulta. The name Kildimo comes from the irish Cill Dioma, meaning the church of St Dioma. The old people of the parish used to pronounce the name 'Kildeema'. According to Mainchin Seoige, St Dioma is said to have flourished in the second half of the 5th century. He was reputedly of royal stock, the son of Cas, king of Munster, and an uncle of St Munchin, patron of the diocese of Limerick. His feastday is May 12. Pallaskenry comes from the irish Pailis Chaonrai meaning 'The Palisaded Fortress of Kenry'. The Caonrai were a Celtic tribe who occupied this part of Limerick in the remote past, who gave their name to the barony of Kenry. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.
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