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DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has recently been instructed with the sale of a site in Radharc na Farraige in the Knocknacarra area on the western outskirts of Galway city. Being brought to the market with planning for a detached two storey residence, this corner site is located at the end of a cul-de-sac in a well-established residential development.
Nearly seven months since the Galway Sportsground hosted a PRO14 fixture, Connacht will face visitors Glasgow in the opening round of the 2020/21 season on Saturday (5.15pm).
Obtaining planning permission to build a house on any of the Aran Islands is a very difficult task, to say the least. In an effort to keep the Islands from being over developed, the restrictions attached to those who apply to erect a dwelling will all but eliminate anyone who Is not a native Islander. So, when an existing house comes to the market for sale, there are always a number of buyers waiting in the wings, with a view to purchasing on what is considered one of the most stunning locations in Ireland.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is offering to the market, by way of online auction, a two-storey detached residence in the townland of Shannafreaghoge, Furbo. Built in the early 1900s, this charming farmhouse comprises almost 1,200sq ft of living space and, although in need of considerable renovation to be brought up to modern living standards, it offers huge potential with gorgeous views of the Clare hills and the surrounding countryside.
Ballyconneely has long been considered one of the most stunning locations in Connemara and, indeed, the west of Ireland. Its beautiful white sandy beaches, its unspoilt rugged countryside, and the mountainous scenery that seems to go on forever, are just a few of the reasons that holiday makers, from home and abroad, have been flocking here for many decades.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, one of the west of Ireland's most progressive estate agencies, has launched the latest in its summer series of online auctions which will take place on Friday September 4. The Galway city based firm is leading the way since switching seamlessly to the online platform, which has taken the hassle out of the bidding process for potential buyers.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard and joint agent BNP Paribas Real Estate have been instructed to offer a portfolio of 13houses for sale, in what is considered to be one of the most attractive residential investment opportunities to come to the Galway market in recent years.
DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard is offering to the market this impressive two bedroom house in Palmyra Avenue. No 4 is ideally situated in a great location just off The Crescent on the edge of Galway city centre and just a short stroll from both the West End and the Latin Quarter and their many bars, cafes, and restaurants. Part of a terrace of similar houses, the recently rejuvenated Palmyra area offers all the benefits of city centre living in a safe, well established, community.
If you are looking to get your foot on the property ladder and want to live close to Galway city centre, then you would be well advised to view this lovely three bedroom terraced residence in the ever popular Maigh Riocaird development, just off the Headford Road and within a short distance of the city centre, with many local amenities and services to hand, including local shops and a regular city bus route. It is also within just a few minutes drive of Galway Shopping Centre, Dunnes Stores, Terryland Retail Park, many hotels, and the major employment hub on the east side of Galway city.
The residential sales team at DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard have the new decade off to a great start, having already listed a number of new properties since the start of 2020. One such property is Suaimhneas, located in Grange, Corrandulla. This owner occupied, recently refurbished, detached bungalow which comes to the market in pristine condition and finished to the highest of standards is sure to attract those seeking a gorgeous family home in a great location.