Limerick land from €9,000 per acre upwards
Land around Limerick city is generally good agricultural ground. The village of Murroe, close to the city, is also home to Glenstal Monastery and to much good land. Indeed it is rarely you will find a monastic establishment among rushes, bogs and briars.
An 83ac farm in the townland of Eyon, Murroe, is currently on the market by private treaty with a guide price of €750,000 or just over €9,000/ac.
Located 12km from Limerick and not far from Cappamore the property is described by Tom Crosse of selling agents GVM, Limerick as a fine farm. "About 60ac of it is as good as you'll get anywhere and the other 23ac could be described as moderate land."
The lands are close to a quarry on well-drained limestone ground. Indeed the holding may have some quarrying potential
The property has decent road frontage and frontage on the renowned Mulkear River.
A yard on the property has a range of out offices including a haybarn, a lean-to and a slatted shed.
Mr Crosse says the place is laid out in manageable divisions and would be suitable for any dairying or beef operation.
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