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Detached, beautifully presented home at heart of Clonlara Village

Detached, beautifully presented home at heart of Clonlara Village

| April 11, 2017

ROONEY Auctioneers have a new prospect on the Clare/ Limerick border to field. No 11 is a detached family home in the centre of Clonlara Village that arrives on the market in excellent decorative condition. Located in a tranquil cul-de-sac, the dormer property is perfect for families or as an investment. Demand in this well-kept, […]

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Detached, beautifully presented home at heart of Clonlara Village

Detached, beautifully presented home at heart of Clonlara Village

| April 4, 2017

ROONEY Auctioneers have a new prospect on the Clare/ Limerick border to field. No 11 is a detached family home in the centre of Clonlara Village that arrives on the market in excellent decorative condition. Located in a tranquil cul-de-sac, the dormer property is perfect for families or as an investment. Demand in this well-kept, […]

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Angela’s ashes not included in Leamy sale

Angela’s ashes not included in Leamy sale

| April 7, 2016

THE SCHOOL made famous in Frank McCourt’s ‘Angela’s Ashes’, and now home to the Frank McCourt Museum, is up for sale. Leamy House on Upper Hartstonge Street in Limerick City centre is being sold by Allsop’s, the auctioneers who deal with distressed properties. Reserve for the listed building is €140,00 – €180,000 for the auction […]

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Evanwood’s new phase at Golf Links Road

Evanwood’s new phase at Golf Links Road

| June 18, 2015

IT IS exciting to be report on a new development of residential housing again in Limerick. The project is Evanwood, a place that made a major splash when phase 1 began on Golf Links Road, Castletroy several years back. 2015 is time for phase 2 under Liam Neville Developments Ltd, released only through M&C Property’s […]

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Abandoned Mall To Be Completed

Abandoned Mall To Be Completed

| July 8, 2014

by Claire O’Brien claire@limerickpost.ie A retail project on the outskirts of Limerick city that was left desolate during the property crash,is set to be completed in a €100 million redevelopment. The Horizon Mall project represents one of the largest private sector investments in the Mid West, with 500 construction jobs and 1,500 retail jobs expected […]

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End of terrace in a quiet residential street

End of terrace in a quiet residential street

| October 24, 2013

ARE you looking for a townhouse in a good location, with parking, that is city central but quiet? Rooney Auctioneers have a two-bed in Bowman Street for sale,  just off the the Georgian Quarter. In perfect condition and fully modernised, the property at No. 19 has a kitchen cum dining room, a wood floored sitting […]

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Townhouse in a quiet city street

Townhouse in a quiet city street

| September 11, 2013

  ARE you looking for a townhouse in a good location, with parking, city central but quiet? Rooney Auctioneers have a two-bed at Bowman Street,  just off the Georgian Quarter, that is end of terrace. The street is one-way and residential, connecting St Joseph Street to Wolfe Tone Street. In perfect condition and fully modernised, […]

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One in ten Limerick home owners could face repossessions

One in ten Limerick home owners could face repossessions

| August 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

HOUSE repossessions could increase for the one in ten mortgage holders in Limerick if they are not adequately insured, a survey has revealed. Approximately 95,500 homeowners nationally are now in arrears for their principal home for more than 90 days and the majority of these may be potentially under insured on their Mortgage Protection. That’s […]

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House sales soar to €9.5M last month

House sales soar to €9.5M last month

| August 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

THE average house price in Limerick for the month of July was almost €170,000, the Property Price Register has revealed. With 56 homes selling in the month, the highest prices were paid in Adare and on the North Cricular Road while two properties in Ballanaty and Abbeyfeale sold for considerably less than that at just […]

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Typical family income down 778 after Budget 2013

Typical family income down 778 after Budget 2013

| February 4, 2013

THE effect of Budget 2013 is already being felt by typical family households in Limerick with the PRSI changes evident in January payslips. Experts at taxback.com ran some calculations that aim to look at the cost to an average family who own their own home, have three children and one income – there are 21,200 […]

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