Castle Rock homes in Limerick sell within five minutes of launch
Castle Rock comprises A-rated homes set around a landscaped green in a village near the border between Limerick, Clare and Tipperary, with prices starting at €365,000
Several houses in a new development of three and four-bedroom homes set along the banks of the River Shannon in Castle Rock, Castleconnell, Co Limerick sold within five minutes of their official launch last week.
The houses, which are tailored to appeal to all tastes and stages of life, are being brought to market by O’Connor Murphy and Torca Homes with prices starting at €365,000.
Castle Rock comprises A-rated homes set around a landscaped green in a charming village near the border between Limerick, Clare and Tipperary.
According to O’Connor Murphy, the first phase at Castle Rock was released off plans and several properties were snapped up within five minutes of opening, with more people in the process of getting mortgage approval and Help to Buy for the homes.
Eight houses remain in the first phase, which comprises six four-bedroom and two three-bedroom houses priced from €365,000.
The scenic village of Castleconnell, which is about 11km from Limerick City, is serviced by a number of well-established primary and secondary schools, including Castleconnell and Lisnagry national schools and Castletroy College.
Interested potential buyers can register an account with PropertyLinks.ie along with their documents, which should include proof of ID, proof of funds and proof of address. Once approved by the agent, they can book the new homes property of their choice.
A €1,000 booking deposit can be paid to secure the property of their choice, at that link.
The O’Connor Murphy New Homes Team has suggested hosting an afternoon of in-person private appointments for any interested parties who wish to find out more, view floor plans, site maps or to discuss further.
Potential purchasers can register their interest by contacting the agent at 061-279300, email: email@example.com, or visit: propertylinks.ie
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