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Prospective purchasers who favour a rural setting with plenty of space for a growing family, no passing traffic, and a retreat from the hectic city need look no further than a splendid new offering from Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard at Killeeneen in Craughwell.
Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has seen quite an active start to the year with a flurry of new homes being brought to the market. Many vendors are now taking a very realistic view with pricing and it is now very often the case that it would be nigh on impossible to replace many homes at the prices they are being sold for. According to James Heaslip this is very much a repeat of the mid 1980s when a similar cycle happened. At that time property prices plummeted and sites were very difficult to sell due to this imbalance in pricing. This imbalance will certainly rectify itself, but for the time being, he said, it is time to take advantage of the incredible value out there.
The beginning of the year has already seen some major movement in the Galway property market. Leading city based agents Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, on the instructions of the receiver Paul Keenan of BDO, have been appointed as the sole selling agents for the landmark Knocknagreine House in Furbo.
The Imperial Hotel in Eyre Square was a flurry of activity on Thursday November 25 for the winter auction held by Property Partners Maxwell, Heaslip, & Leonard. The first floor lounge, recently refurbished and overlooking the festivities of the Eyre Square Christmas market, provided a warm and welcoming venue for the event.
Newly listed through Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, No 50 Claremont Park, Rahoon, is an exceptional starter home which is being offered at a giveaway price. This home, says agent Alan Maxwell MIAVI, has been refurbished by its present owner who is himself a skilled tradesman. The quality of workmanship is second to none, and needless to say only the best materials have been employed.
One of the most appealing developments in Galway in recent years is the superb new suburb at Roscam on the east side of the city between the dual carriageway and the old Oranmore road. House types are many and varied with a predominance of mellow brick offset by a soft cream external plaster. Green areas abound and are maturing beautifully. Local shops and crèches cater for neighbourhood necessities and Roscam is well situated being only minutes from the rapidly growing village of Oranmore and a short drive to the city centre. Proximity to the sea is a bonus with lots of houses having good views over Galway Bay.
The big merger — two of Galway’s best known property companies come together to form Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard
Two of the best known property groups in Galway have this week made a bold move, in defiance of the current challenging economic conditions, by announcing details of their merger. RE/MAX Property West and Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip, have merged to form Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, and are looking forward to a brighter future as one bigger, stronger, and extremely enthusiastic entity.
Over the years one of the most noticeable facets of the Galway property market has been the dearth of one bedroom apartments being built. Developers in the main preferred the premium prices that were available from providing two bed units, and people were often faced with paying for space not always needed.
Prospective purchasers who favour a rural setting with plenty of space for a growing family, no passing traffic pollution, and a retreat from the hectic city life need look no further than a splendid new offering from Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip at Roveagh in Kilcolgan.
The trouble about superlatives is that they become meaningless with over-use. Nowhere is this more evident than in estate agents’ parlance. How often does a reader’s lip curl slightly in amusement on reading the exaggerated claims attributed to your modest three bedroom semi in an estate of a couple of hundred virtually identical houses? “Charming... splendid… superb… delightful… stylish…” — a general rule of thumb is there can’t be too many flowing adjectives in any brochure or promotional real estate literature.