LOT 1: Lisbrack House set on 7 Acres
Lot 1. Lisbrack House and outbuildings on c.7 acres.
Lisbrack house, a traditional two storey residence set on a large corner site with dual road frontage onto Battery Road and N4.
This imposing residence retains its character and charm which is noted throughout the accommodation which occupies approximately 2390sq ft over two floors, briefly comprising of hallway with regal sitting room and living room accessed either side, the sash floor to ceiling type windows lets in floods of natural light to both rooms. The kitchen area is to the rear of the house which leads to pantry and utility area. There are four bedrooms, storage space and bathroom on the first floor.
Under the Longford County Development Plan 2021 - 2027, approximately 3.69 acres of the site is zoned Residential with the objective being to provide for residential development and protect and improve residential amenity. This zoning is intended primarily for established housing development but may include a range of other uses particularly those that have the potential to improve the residential amenity of residential communities.
The remaining 2.25 acres to the rear of the property are zoned Social/Community/Education/Public Utility with the object being to primarily provide for educational, health, social, cultural, religious and community facilities.
LOT 2. Derelict Residence on c.2.5 acres
Lot 2 comprises a derelict residence on c.2.5 acres of lands.
These lands are laid out in one division with dual road frontage on Battery Road and the entrance of White Linen Woods/Druid Glen bounding the north and west of the folio with the south bounded by the White Linen Woods/Druid Glen estate.
Under the Longford County Development Plan 2021 - 2027, the lands are zoned Residential with the objective being to provide for residential development and protect and improve residential amenity. This zoning is intended primarily for established housing development but may include a range of other uses particularly those that have the potential to improve the residential amenity of residential communities.
The subject lands benefit from level topography, on street services including footpaths, streetlights, mains water and sewerage and excellent sight lines and as such, possess excellent development potential for numerous residential dwellings (the scale of future residential development is subject to ministerial guidelines and subject to the necessary planning consent of Longford County Council).
LOT 3. c.32 acres of Agricultural / Commercial Lands
Lot 3. c.32 acres Lot 3 comprises c.32 acres of lands with approximately c. 8.79 acres of these lands zoned "Industrial/Commercial/Warehousing" as per the Longford County Council development plan.
The objective of this zoning is to provide for the expansion of new and existing commercial uses. In addition, industrial and warehousing developments, depending on scale and size are permitted in principle under this zoning.
The zoned lands are bounded by the Axis centre to the east of the folio, with the southern boundary adjoining Pearse Park and Cartun Breac residential development.
The lands are laid out in several neat divisions, of level topography, all in permanent pasture and benefit from good road frontage onto the N5 to the northeast and N4 to the northwest of the folio.
LOT 4. c.10 acres of Agricultural Lands
Lot 4 comprises c.10 acres of lands which are currently not zoned and in agricultural use.
The lands have excellent road frontage onto the N4 on the southern boundary of the folio with the northern boundary adjoining the Red Cow roundabout. These top-quality lands are laid out in three divisions, of level topography and are in use as grazing lands at present.
LOT 5. c.10 acres with c.8.72 ac. zoned "Strategic Residential Reserve"
Lot 5. c.10 acres Lot 5 comprises c.10 acres of lands with approximately c.8.72 acres zoned "Strategic Residential Reserve" under the Longford County Development Plan 2021 - 2027
The objective of this zoning is to provide for the longer-term housing requirements of the town. Lands under this zoning may be released for development in future development plans, however, there are certain developments that will be considered such as inter alia if it can be clearly demonstrated that there is significant in the release or identification of lands for a specific residential development. Approximately c.0.61 acres is zoned Residential with both zonings adjoining.
The lands are laid out in one neat division, situated on the R198 just off the N4 Red Cow roundabout, opposite BéÂ³ Dearg residential development.
The lands adjoin The Willows residential development to the east of the folio and have excellent road frontage onto L50192 on the southern boundary of the folio.
The lands are of exceptional quality, with level topography and no waste whatsoever.
LOT 6. c.4.25 acres of Agricultural Land
Lot 6 comprises c.4.25 acres of lands laid out in two separate parcels
The lands are within immediate proximity separated by the Barry Express Limited building, are of good quality and in permanent pasture.
The lands have excellent road frontage onto the N4 on the southwestern boundary and adjoin Sancta Maria secondary road to the north eastern boundary.
Although the lands are not presently zoned, based on the current uses of the adjoining lands, future zoning may be achievable.
LOT 7. c.28 acres of Agricultural Lands
Lot 7 comprises c.28 acres of agricultural lands
the land is laid out in several neat divisions, although presently poorly, the lands are good quality and have the ability grazing ground following slight reclamation and reseeing.
The subject lands bound Conbalt Wood, a large residential development to the northwest of the folio and bound the L50192 to the south.