PSRA Licence No: 001297 - 001336
PSRA Licence No: 001297 - 001333
The property was originally built in 1789 as a corn grinding mill. Croom Mills was tastefully restored as office units in 2008 by the present owners. The most recent redevelopment of the building takes full advantage of its unique style and attractive river bank setting offering extensive office space which would ideally suit a professional practice, graphic designer, creative service based business or other office use currently based in Limerick City.
Well located offices within a short distance to Limerick City.
505.1 sq. metres (5,513 sq. ft) over three floors which can be easily sub-divided.
Restored Mill Building with open plan work space and generous parking provision.
Passenger lift providing access to all floors.
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The subject property is located on the banks of the River Maighe in Croom Village approx. 19 km from Limerick city and 8 km from Adare. Limerick is Ireland's third largest city and serves as the administrative, commercial and educational centre for the Mid West Region. The village of room similarly performs the role of a Service Centre for the extensive surrounding agricultural and rural hinterland. Croom has also recently become a commuter village as it provides easy access to Limerick City with the construction of both the Croom By-Pass and the completion of the Southern Ring Road of Limerick City.