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Enjoy unrivalled convenience at Castlebrook Manor, a beautiful new development of three and four bedroom luxurious detached, semi-detached and terraced family homes in the highly sought-after suburb of Castletroy in Limerick. A thriving community only four kilometres from Limerick City Centre, Castletroy is home to the buzzing University of Limerick campus, adjacent to several technology and business parks and close to the M7 Dublin motorway.


Busy market stalls at local market

A huge choice of local amenities await you, beautiful parks, scenic walks and sports facilities, as well as plenty of shops and restaurants specialising in locally sourced produce.

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4 Bedroom house

3 Bedroom house

Castletroy Town Centre sign
University building with blue sky background
Tower on side of castle
Old mill alongside river

a gourmet's delight

Bread at market stall

For foodies, Castletroy is the ideal location. From casual cafés to quality takeaways and formal restaurants, there’s something to tantalise every tastebud and satisfy every appetite. Indulge in the best of Italian fare at the Tuscany Bistro at the Newtown Centre, a buzzing restaurant popular with locals. Head to the University of Limerick, which is home to several excellent eateries – enjoy coffee, cake and a catch-up with friends at The Pavilion Restaurant, or book a table for a special meal in The East Room at Plassey House. The Munster Rugby High Performance Centre is located on the grounds of UL campus, so who knows, you may even spot a player!

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Built with growing families in mind, Castlebrook Manor homes are constructed to the highest of standards and packed full of family-friendly features. These high-quality, spacious homes are further complemented by the excellent range of amenities close by, including a wide variety of primary and secondary schools. For those looking for the outdoor lifestyle, Castletroy Neighbourhood Park features a state of the art playground, a skate park, walking and cycle trails,  a central performance or exhibition area as well as a 4,300 sq. metre lake surrounded by an array of wetlands and wildflower grass areas.

Golfers can enjoy a few rounds at the highly regarded Castletroy Golf Club, one of the best parkland courses in the country.


Limerick has a long and fascinating history since its establishment by the Vikings as a walled city on King’s Island in the River Shannon. Its charter was drawn up in 1197, and a castle was built on the orders of King John in 1200. That castle was to withstand three sieges in the 17th century, resulting in the infamous Treaty of Limerick, which ended the war in Ireland between the Jacobites and the Williamites and was reportedly signed on a large piece of limestone, which is still on view in Limerick today.

Set a few kilometres outside the city, Castletroy encompasses the historic village of Annacotty, which originally grew around the grain mills that harnessed the water power of the River Mulkear. The village also had a strong co-operative movement, following the establishment of the Annacotty Co-Operative Society in the 1890s. In addition, butter was made in the village until the 1960s. These days, you can breathe in the history and the fine views as you relax and enjoy a drink or some food by the river in The Mill Bar.

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Located close to Castlebrook Manor is Troy Studios, a hub for the film industry in the west of Ireland. Included in the facility at Troy Studios are sound stages, production offices, props and costume, make up and dressing rooms and much more. As well as film production, Troy Studios is also an education centre and holds courses in various aspects of the film industry. It was recently used for the upcoming Netflix co-production Nightflyers which is based on a novel by the Game of Thrones author.

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The University of Limerick was founded in 1972 as the National Institute for Higher Education. It became a university in 1989 in accordance with the University of Limerick Act 1989. It was the first university established since Irish independence in 1922.

University entrance with water fountains

The university campus lies along both sides of the River Shannon on approximately 340 acres. It has approximately 11,600 full time undergraduates including some 2,400 foreign students and 1,300 staff. Visitors to the campus never fail to be impressed by this peaceful, green place with its fabulous fountains and riverside location. The university is young, energetic and enterprising with a proud record of innovation in education and excellence in research. Outstanding recreational, cultural and sporting facilities further enhance this exceptional centre of learning.

Castlebrook Manor Specification


  • Elegant, high quality elevations comprising of brickwork and rendered finishes*
  • uPVC facia, soffits and gutters throughout
  • Attractive paved front driveways to each house
  • The private rear gardens are fenced top soiled and seeded
  • Patio area provided to rear garden
  • A side gate is provided where applicable
  • Exterior wall lights fitted to both the front and rear of the house
  • Bin Stores provided to mid terrace houses

*Please note there is a variation in the brick colours used throughout Castlebrook Manor

Windows and Doors

  • Composite insulated front door by O’Grady Joinery
  • High performance double glazed uPVC windows with 3-point locking system by O’Grady Joinery

Internal Finishes

  • Walls and ceilings are skimmed and painted throughout in a neutral tone
  • Contemporary style internal doors with painted architraves and skirting
  • High quality brushed stainless-steel ironmongery
  • Ceiling heights are 2.45 metres (8ft) throughout


  • Contemporary and luxurious kitchens supplied by KM Kitchens with satin grey kitchen doors, carcase edge and exterior. The KM Kitchen also comes with an attractive stone effect countertop as per the show house. Soft close doors and drawers are also standard.
  • Extractor fan and fitted sink included


  • The utility room comes with a fitted sink, stone effect counter-top by KM kitchens and is plumbed for a washing machine

Bathrooms and En-Suites

The stylish and contemporary bathrooms and en-suites include:

  • Floor and wall tiling as per the show-house
  • All bathrooms and en-suites are fitted with contemporary sanitary ware
  • Baths provided in each house type in main bathroom and low-profile shower trays in the en-suites
  • Thermostatically controlled shower to en-suite
  • Shower doors fitted as standard


  • The bedroom wardrobes are contemporary, generous and supplied by Kieran Moroney Carpentry and Joinery.


  • Generous and well-designed electrical and lighting specification to optimise the lighting functions throughout the house
  • Downlighters to kitchen
  • TV point to living room and master bedroom
  • Wired for EIR and Virgin Media

Heating and Energy Rating

The houses in Castlebrook Manor are classified as low energy / low CO2 homes with an “A Ber Rating. They include an innovative heating system which combines quality construction methods and high levels of insulation and the use of renewable energy to provide maximum comfort throughout all seasons.

  • The central heating system is a Hitachi Yutaki-SCombi air source heat pump with combined cylinder and indoor unit connected to radiators throughout the home.
  • This system provides energy efficient central heating and large capacity hot water storage. Heat pumps extract the sun’s energy stored in the environment and raises it temperature suitable for heating and hot water purposes
  • High levels of insulation are incorporated into the roofs, walls and floor slabs
  • Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) system measures the air quality and adjusts the rate of air exchange minute by minute, room by room, based on actual need. The net result with DCV is a system that is comparable in efficiency to heat recovery, cost effective and simple, but most importantly quietly monitors and manages air quality
  • Highly efficient A2-A3 BER Rating contributing to a reduction in the cost of heating the houses

Structural Guarantee

  • Each house is covered by a 10 year Homebond structural guarantee

Site plan

house type a

3 bed semi detached
Approx. 108 sq.m. / 1,163 sq.ft.

house type B

3 Bed Terrace / End of Terrace Approx. 111 sq.m. / 1,195 sq.ft.

house type D

4 bed detached
Approx. 114 sq.m. / 1,232 sq.ft.

house type D1

4 bed semi detached
Approx. 113 sq.m. / 1,216 sq.ft.

house type G

4 bed detached
Approx. 145 sq.m. / 1,560 sq.ft.

house type G1

4 bed semi detached
Approx. 145 sq.m. / 1,560 sq.ft.

house type I

3 bed semi detached
Approx. 114 sq.m. / 1,227 sq.ft.

house type L

4 bed detached
Approx. 123 sq.m. / 1,323 sq.ft.

Castlebrook Manor Site Plan

Floor plans

Plans are for illustrative purposes only. Layouts may vary.