King John castle Limerick

Freeman's Journal

1 July 1863

Landed estates
in the Landed Estates Court
County Dublin
sale on Wednesday, 8 July, 1863.

In the matter of the estate of William Bellingham Swan owner; exparte
John Frederick Knipe and Lucy Knipe his wife petitioners.

To be sold by auction, before the Hon. Judge Longfield, on Wednesday, 8 July, 1863 at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the landed estates court, Inns Quay, Dublin, in one lot, the lands of Gracepark, being part of the lands of Drumcondra, now known as part of the lands of Richmond, situate in the Barony of Coolock, and the county of Dublin, held under a lease of lives renewable forever, and about to be converted into us the farm Grant, containing 5a. 3r. 29p. Statute measure, and producing a net yearly rental of 12 12s 6d.
Dated this 12th day of June 1863.

Henry Robert Green

Descriptive Particulars

   This very desirable suburban property is situate in a most improving neighbourhood, on the road leading from Drumcondra to Richmond and Clontarf, and within about one and a half miles of the general post office. It adjoins the demesne and residents of Lord James Butler, as also other county seats and had some dwellinghouses. The river Tolka runs contiguous thereto. From its eligible situation and extent of frontage to the road, it offers a desirable investment for building. Land is of prime quality, and handsomely planted, and under crops and meadow.
   The present tenant holds from year to year under the Court of Chancery.
   For rentals and other particulars apply at the landed estates court; or to
   John H Elliott, solicitor, having carriage of the sale, No 7, Gardner's Row, Dublin.


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