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27 Bloomfield, Annacotty, Limerick

€165,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 67 sqm approx

BER C1 Rating

Description

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to introduce 27 Bloomfield, Annacotty, to the market.

27 Bloomfield is an excellent ground floor apartment in the highly sought after Bloomfield development at the heart of Annacotty Village. Within walking distance are a number of award winning shops, bars and restaurants, alongside excellent transport links and easy access to the road networks for those commuting further afield. The University of Limerick and its beautiful riverside walks are just a stone’s throw away, as is Plassey Technological Park, Castletroy Golf Club, and the Castletroy Shopping Centre.

Inside the property itself, accommodation is comprised of 2 bedrooms (2 double, 1 ensuite), a main bath, open plan kitchen/dining/living area. Each room is complete with high quality fixtures and fittings, with gas fired central heating throughout the property. The highly spacious open plan kitchen/living area is dual aspect and enjoys plentiful natural light, leading to communal gardens.

27 Bloomfield will appeal to those seeking a very high quality downsize option in an idyllic location, and/or first time buyers seeking an apartment with a difference. Viewing comes highly recommended.

Accommodation: Ent Hall, 2 Bedrooms (2 Double, 2 Ensuite), Main Bath, Kitchen/Dining/Living.

Services:

BER C 1, Off Street Parking,

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C1
  • Number: 110041589
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 172.54 kWh/m²/yr

About the Area

Annacotty (Irish: Áth an Choite) originally grew up around the grain mills which harnessed the water power of the Mulkear. One was beside the bridge itself and has now been restored as bar and restaurant and the second was 1 km (0.62 mi) upstream at Ballyclough. With the expansion of Limerick from 1990, Annacotty has been swallowed up into the rapidly growing suburb of Castletroy. The N7, which originally ran though the main street, bypassed the village as it was then, in 1980 when a new bridge was built over the Mulkear 100m downstream. That, in turn, was superseded by the building of the Limerick Southern Ring Road which crossed the river 1 km (0.62 mi) upstream at Ballyclough.