For Sale by Private Treaty
Superb New A Rated family home available to purchase off plans by renowned architects & experienced contractors whom are registered for the first-time buyer grant. The property occupies an unrepeatable c.0.90 site which was once part of the holding of Major General Donncadh O'h-Annagain & affords the property a tremendous character & legacy in an area of outstanding natural beauty less than 10minutes from the town centre & M8 motorway.
- 5-bedroom house-full planning permission.
- No residency clause/applicant restriction with this project.
- C.2471 sqft/ 229.56m2
- Scenic elevated site. C.0.90 of an acre.
- 8 minutes from Junction 12 of M8 Motorway.
- 7 minutes from Mitchelstown town centre.
- 35minutes to the Jack Lynch Tunnel.
- 2km from shops and schools
5.30m x 4.25m
17'5'' x 13'11''
5.75m x 4.64m
18'10'' x 15'3''
4.36m x 3.25m
14'4'' x 10'8''
Kitchen/ Dining room
13.64m x 4.54m
44'9'' x 14'11''
Under stairs Pantry
2.97m x 2.71m
9'9'' x 8'10''
2.71m x 1.57m
8'11'' x 5'2''
5.30m x 5.13m
17'5'' x 16'10''
3.64m x 1m
11'11'' x 3'3''
4.64m x 3.89m
15'3'' x 12'9''
3.64m x 1m
11'11'' x 3'3''
4.11m x 3.64m
13'6'' x 11'11''
4.64m x 3.90m
15'3'' x 12'10''
3.64m x 2.99m
11'11'' x 9'10''
Donncadh O" h-Annagain
Born in the house that once formed part of this site in 1887, Donncadh O'h-Annigan was one of the foremost leaders in the War of Independence and is credited with the establishment of the first Flying Column Active Service Units ever & led the East Limerick Brigade of the IRA during the War of Independence. Donncadh was the youngest of seven children whom through a scholarship in Albert College ended up in Dublin with a spell in Louth during 1916 training volunteers.
Unveiled by Senator Labhré¡s é" Murchéº, the plaque on the bridge in memory of Donncadh has been described as a symbolic gesture to a man who took the pro-Treaty side in the Civil War but spent the rest of his life endeavouring to heal wounds between old comrades.
é"'h-Annagian became a key figure in establishing the Irish Defence Forces, during which time he rose to the rank of Major General. Later, he took up a civilian position with the Department of Defence.
One of the "stories" that arose during our research was that of Donncadh having disguised himself as a priest to visit republican prisoners in Limerick.
In the book "Limericks Fighting Story" he wrote
" 'I wish to avail of this opportunity to pay tribute to the parish of Kilbehenny and Anglesboro [Gleann na gCreabhar], to the slopes of whose mountains we occasionally retired for rest and recuperation. . ."
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Michael Dorgan Auctioneers & Valuers
+353 (0)25 85 700
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