Excellent Plot of land for sale in Corgrigg Foynes County Limerick
Euro Resales Property iD: 9826793
Here we present an excellent plot of land in one of the irelands most sought after areas for future development right now.
Green site with immediate entrance to village and service's scenic views of Co Clare nearby Tarbert car Ferry Adare Manor Ring Of Kerry inis Skellig The Burren
The Shannon Estuary is currently being chosen as one of Europe's main Green Energy Limerick is also near Dromo land Castle the breathtaking and Famous Cliffs Of Moher.
Perfect site for investment.
ABOUT THE AREA
Corgrig is in the Electoral Division of Shanagolden, in Civil Parish of Robertstown, in the Barony of Shanid, in the County of Limerick
The irish name for Corgrig is An Chorrghraig
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!
* 23200 m2 of land for development
* Excellent location close to many amenities
* Stunning views.