Property For Sale Patrickswell,Ireland

For sale by real estate agent - Patrickswell

4 bed Property for sale

Beautiful 4 Bedroom House, Limerick, ireland

$785,492 | £565,030 | €650,000
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Beautiful 4 Bedroom House, Limerick, ireland Euroresales Property iD - 9826012 Full Property Address: Oakwood House Patrickswell Limerick V94 AE9E ireland Property Overview This stunning 4-bedroom property in the town of Patrickswell, Limerick, is ideal for anyone wishing to begin a new chapter in a wonderful, modern home set right in the heart of ireland's picturesque mid-west. The house's superb features include, among many others, four bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, dining room, living room, tv room, open plan kitchen, utility room, lush private garden area and outside patio area in which to enjoy the glorious surroundings. With 11 rooms in total, this house offers potential owners plenty of room to be creative and put their own unique influence on the place. This property not only offers buyers a modern, spacious, and comfortable place to live but also the chance to invest in the fast-growing irish holiday rental market. Situated just outside Limerick City centre, this house is the perfect 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. Patrickswell is just a short drive from many of ireland's world famous Wild Atlantic coastal areas but also has the added advantage of being just 2 hours from the wonderful capital city of Dublin. For sport and leisure fans this property is ideal as it is just 15 minutes from one of ireland's most iconic sporting venues, Munster Rugby's Thomond Park stadium, and is also right on the doorstep of the famous Limerick Racecourse which is just a five minute drive away (or a 20 minute walk if you fancy a drink or two while you're there). The property is also surrounded by many of ireland's stunning golf courses including Adare Manor and Ballyneety. Property Details Two-Storey Dormer House with 4 Bedrooms & 3 Bathrooms. Dining Room, Living Room, TV Room and a Bright open-plan Kitchen with large utility. Natural Gas Central Heating, Double-Glazed windows & Doors, Fibre Broadband with Wi-Fi throughout & LED Lighting all round. Modern HD CCTV System with remote access, Automated gate with keypad & intercom and High-end intruder Alarm system with Keypad & Fob to arm/dis-arm. The large 0.8 acres' site offers plenty of parking and both private and secure Front and Rear Gardens ideal for children of all ages. Two external Sheds are suitable for a workshop & secured storage and there's a large Children's Playhouse in the Back Garden. The large Patio areas are ideal to sit out and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this area. The house is a perfect balance of luxury and technology suitable for all members of the family to be entertained with modern facilities in a stylish and comfortable setting. Main Features Beautiful 0.8-acre site Spacious house with 218 m2 overall floor area 4 bedrooms 3 bathrooms Fantastic open plan kitchen Living room, dining room plus Tv/entertainment room Utility room Double glazed windows and doors Excellent security features including CCTV, intruder alarm and electric gates Private parking Huge private garden area Superb patio area for outdoor relaxing Two outside sheds suitable for workshop and/or storage areas Kept in fantastic condition Huge potential in the holiday rental market Just ten-minute drive from famous Adare village Just a five-minute walk from essential amenities in village centre Close to many areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the River Shannon and Wild Atlantic Way Just 15 minutes from Munster Rugby's iconic Thomond Park stadium Walking distance to Limerick Racecourse Close to many superb golf courses including Adare Manor Golf Club ( and Ballyneety Golf Club ( About the area This stunning property is located just a 5-minute walk to the centre of the village for a choice of Fuel-stations, shops, Fast Food Take-aways, restaurants, bars and a church. Located just off the Motorway with direct access to all main routes Cork, Killarney, Tralee, Galway, Dublin and just a few minutes' drive into Dooradoyle or Limerick City. Limerick Racecourse is just outside the village and world-famous Adare village with Adare Manor Hotel and Golf Courses is just 5 minutes out the road. Limerick city has a great heritage with St.Johns Castle, The Treaty Stone & Munster Rugby's Thomond Park stadium. it's also a great place for shopping with lots of high street brands and the ever-popular Milk Market for all sorts of culinary delights. Crescent Shopping Centre in Dooradoyle is one of the best shopping centres in the country also with underground parking, large Tesco and a great choice of shops, Cafe's, Restaurants, Fast Food, Omniplex Cinema and Playground. Patrickswell, historically known as Toberpatrick, is a small town in County Limerick, ireland. it is primarily a commuter village for people working in Limerick, particularly the nearby industrial suburb of Raheen. The town is located near to the N20/N21 road, which until Patrickswell was bypassed in 2001, ran through the town centre. This road is now the R526 from west of the town to Limerick city. The town can be accessed at either end from the N20 junction for Limerick Racecourse, or the N20/N21 junction further west (where the R526 commences). ABOUT WiDER LiMERiCK CiTY 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 ( 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! Contact Euro Resales Ltd to book an inspection
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