Stunning 4 Bedroom Detached House for Sale in Limerick ireland
Euro resales Property iD: 9826784
17 The Oaks
We are delighted to bring No 17 The Oaks, Riverbank, to the market. Set over three floors, this stunning detached property offers four/five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a wonderful south-facing rear garden at the heart of Annacotty. At over 2200 square feet, this elegant family home provides all the internal space any growing family might need - with each room beautifully presented in turn-key condition for its new owners. This property is set in a quiet cul-de-sac of just eight properties in one of the most popular areas in Limerick.
Tucked into a peaceful residential cul de sac, No 17 is presented in a manner which is sure to impress, with high-quality fixtures, fittings and finishes throughout. The entrance hall and both reception rooms are laid with oak wood floors - offset by bright neutral colours and attractive spot lighting. To your left is a generous family room, with the main living room to your right. Complete with a bay window overlooking the front of the property, the spacious living room is fitted with a gas fireplace, set into a beautiful stone fireplace.. French doors lead through to the kitchen/dining room, a fantastic living space at the heart of the home. Here the property's southerly aspect can be fully appreciated, with patio doors to the bright and wonderfully designed landscaped garden. The 2nd reception room can be used as a playroom/bedroom or just a nice area to relax and unwind in
On the 2nd Floor are three extra-large bedrooms
The Master is an exceptionally large room with fully fitted wardrobes & Ensuite.
The 2nd Bedroom is a bigger than usual bedroom again with fitted wardrobes & Ensuite.
The 3rd Bedroom is a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes & Ensuite.
On the 3rd Floor is a loft bedroom, an exceptionally large space with room for a games area, storage & the hot press.
The village of Annacotty is home to some of the finest residential amenities Limerick has to offer. Within walking distance is an unrivalled selection of primary, secondary and third level institutions, including Milford & Monaleen N.S, Castletroy College and The University of Limerick. Also at your doorstep are a host of award-winning restaurants, hotels, and speciality shops. The idyllic Riverbank development is just minutes from the centre of the village, with Limerick City Centre just 10 minutes' drive away. For those travelling further afield, all major road networks are immediately accessible - making this a truly superb setting to establish your family home.
The wonderful facilities of Limerick and it environs such as the University of Limerick, St Johns Castle, Adare Manor, the Wild Atlantic way are easily accessible by car. if you would like to go further afield the M7 motorway which is 5 minutes away will take you directly to where you would like to go.
Name Type Distance
Castletroy College Secondary 647 meters
GAELSCOiL CHALADH AN TREOiGH Primary 1.4 km
MiLFORD GRANGE National School Primary 1.9 km
Scoil Naisiunta LiOS NA GROi Primary 2.3 km
ST ViNCENTS Special School
if the buyer is an investor. Each room can command a rental income of €750.00 per month.
ABOUT THE AREA
Welcome to Limerick
Limerick sits in an enviable position, boasting some of the best connections across ireland and beyond to Europe, the USA and the rest of the world.
But this geographical position amounts to more than a mere grid reference on a map. Limerick looks out across the Atlantic, the Americas just five hours away. And it is also an integral part of Europe, with its millennia of rich history. This dual aspect has informed the character of the place.
A rich combination of the verve that built America and the openness, experience and cultural appeal of Europe. Our brand both strategically locates Limerick in the world and brings to life the attitude that sets it apart.
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 such as 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.
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. Not to exclude the irish open golf tournament that will be held at Adare Manor
Limerick is a city to be savoured. Our advice? Take your time and enjoy every minute!
* 2000m2 plot
* 205m2 of living space
* 4/5 Bedrooms
* 5 Bathrooms
* Gas Heating - New gas boiler installed
* Heating is zoned throughout the house
* Massive potential in the holiday rental market
* Stunning views
* Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
* Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
* Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of ireland
* Many excellent sports facilities, fishing, walking and cycling areas nearby
Contact us today to buy or sell your property in ireland.