The first half of the year has already seen some very positive results for Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard with some notable sales being achieved. The company has had busy auction floors as astute buyers seem to be getting more involved in recent times. Pricing, naturally, has played a key role in getting purchasers to take that precarious step and to sign on the dotted line, but a major factor contributing to an excellent first half of the year has been the tenacity and experience that more than 100 years of combined knowledge in one office brings to the table. It is this experience that has seen the city based agents receive instructions to offer to the market a unique property and land in the scenic suburb of Oranswell on the outskirts of Galway city.
Long established criteria such as location, space, privacy, and aspect are all sought after but rarely found. The seasoned professionals at Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard will testify that it is very difficult to acquire the complete package. However this property in Bushypark is one that ticks all the proverbial boxes. Located just beyond Glenlo Abbey Hotel and comprising circa five acres of land (with the possibility to acquire circa 21.5 acres ), this site is being sold with the benefit of an elevated residential farmhouse, in need of modernisation.
With its incredible views of Lough Corrib, the Mayo hills, and a rear southwest facing aspect, the property offers a stunning setting in a wonderful location. The existing two storey building and adjacent outhouses are set well back from the entrance and the main road, which allows privacy from the outside world. While the setting of the house and lands offer seclusion and tranquillity, Galway city centre is just a four minute drive away with all other amenities also nearby.
Selling agent Fergal Leonard MIPAV is confident of the intrinsic value of this property. “Obviously this is a landmark sale for the Galway property market,” he said. “Properties of this calibre will always attract buyers no matter what the economic climate is like. As a local I can’t recall, in recent times, a better opportunity for a purchaser to acquire an elevated prime large site with amazing views of Lough Corrib. The location of the house and outbuildings offer the buyer seclusion from the main Moycullen road, but with the potential for a perfect large family home setting.”
All amenities are nearby with Glenlo Abbey and all its facilities on the doorstep. “A quality location, with quality views,” Leonard added. “We expect a lot of interest as it offers a chance to acquire a one off property which rarely comes to the market.”
Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is offering the property to the market by way of private treaty. Full details and particulars can be obtained by contacting Fergal Leonard MIPAV on (091 ) 565261.