Potential Development and Residential Land For Sale
A villa style, Georgian residence set on c.22.3 acres with c.9.6 acres zoned for residential development.
Limerick City Centre c.4 km - Shannon Airport c.28 km - Cork City c.109 km - Dublin City c.203 km
Roseneath House comprises a detached square-plan, three bay, single storey over basement villa style Georgian house; built around 1820. The immediate curtilage of the house measures c.0.58 hectares, (c.1.4 acres) and includes a swimming pool, tennis court, walled garden and outbuildings. The house has a hipped natural slate roof with lead ridges, rendered chimneystacks and six-over-six timber sash windows to the ground floor and three-over-three to the basement.
The house has an attractive tarmacadam drive through a landscaped area with a retaining wall to the southwest. The entrance from Mill Road includes decorative wrought-iron gates with limestone ashlar piers and curved wings.
The residence itself is of some historical and architectural merit and is listed in the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage as being a structure of 'Regional Importance'. However it is not listed as protected structures in the current 2010 Limerick City Development Plan.
The property is located on and accessed from the Mill Road, an exclusive area within the Corbally district of Limerick, and which comprises a mixture of residential, commercial/community and educational uses, (including Scoil Ide and St. Patrick's Primary Schools, St. Munchins and Ard Scoil Mhuire Secondary as well as a number of childcare facilities). Commercial uses are concentrated at Grove Island, Park Road and Clare Street.
PLANNING POLICY AND ZONING
In the 2010 Limerick City Development Plan (as varied), the property is located within the Corbally/Rhebogue area - the key objectives identified in the plan for the area include the following:
To promote a high standard of urban design with a clear sense of place and architectural quality that respects the existing char ...