Your Key To Limerick City

The final homes are now for sale at Castlebrook Manor  with immediate completions, meaning your new "A" rated home is ready.

Undeniably well position in the thriving and sought after Castletroy, Castlebrook Manor is a private and boutique development that will consist of under 160 homes. Comprising of three and four bedroom luxurious detached, semi-detached and terraced houses.

Castlebrook Manor is located off the quiet yet well connected Walkers Road, in the thriving community of Castletroy, home to University of Limerick, the National Technology Park, Castletroy Golf Club, retail and leisure with parks and walk-ways, close to the M7 Dublin motorway and only four kilometres from Limerick City Centre.

LOCAL AMENITIES

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.

amenities include

  • SHOPS
  • CASTLETROY AND NEWTOWN SHOPPING CENTRES
  • PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  • UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK
  • CAFES, RESTAURANTS AND PUBS
  • HAIR AND BEAUTY SALONS
  • CINEMA
  • 50M OLYMPIC SWIMMING POOL
  • CASTLETROY GOLF CLUB
  • NATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL PARK
  • LOCAL SPORTS CLUBS INCLUDING GAA, FOOTBALL, TENNIS AND RUGBY
Busy market stalls at local market
Busy market stalls at local market

key to your new life

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.

a gourmet's delight

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!

Busy market stalls at local market
Busy market stalls at local market

limerick history

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.

lights, camera action

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.

Busy market stalls at local market
Busy market stalls at local market

Limerick's centre of learning

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.

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.