A 95ac non-residential farm with extensive road frontage three miles from the outskirts of Limerick city has just come on the market.
Located at Scart, Ballysimon, on the south eastern fringes of the Treaty City, the farm is to be sold at auction with a guide price of €1m (€10,500/ac).
Tom Crosse, of selling agents GVM Limerick, describes the farm as a fine, quality grassland holding.
In 10 good-sized divisions, the farm is well watered, well maintained and fenced with tree-lined boundaries formed by mature trees. The property backs on to the Mulcair River, renowned as one of the best fishing rivers in the region.
There are no buildings with the farm, which is being sold by its owner.
Mr Crosse said the vendor is expecting a price somewhat in excess of the agricultural value, given the proximity of the holding to Limerick city.
"This land is just three miles from the suburbs at Castletroy and Monaleen, it has one mile of road frontage and would surely be a great investment," Mr Crosse said.
The farm will be sold at auction on Wednesday, July 6, at 3pm at the Kilmurray Lodge Hotel, Castletroy, Limerick.