Search Results for 'Maxwell Heaslip'

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Traditional thatched cottage on the Lough Corrib for auction

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A quaint thatched cottage in the townland of Corranellistrum outside Moycullen Village is currently attracting much attention.

Revitalised urban residence with a rich history on Raleigh Row

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For most Galwegians, Raleigh Row is an easily identifiable area, but for visitors to the city it is a location that takes a little more explanation. It is not the Crescent or St Mary’s Rd, and it is not exactly the West but it does sit between all three locations.

Langrenus, Taylor’s Hill, and not the far side of the moon

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Much and all as they would like to claim sole selling rights to that great cheese ball in the sky, city agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard is instead highlighting a lunar flavour to its latest offering in the exclusive Taylor’s Hill area.

Great value in a stunning setting

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has long been considered one of the leaders in the market when it comes to offering the complete property service. The company is renowned for bringing all types of property to the open market, and consistently offers a diverse mix of residential listings to satisfy the requirements of an eclectic range of buyers.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard to hold June auctions tomorrow

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Tomorrow sees leading property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launch the second of its summer series of auctions in its auction room at the Imperial Hotel in Eyre Square. Following a successful May auction, the city-based agent is bringing six lots to the floor and, as usual, the company has an eclectic mix of properties which will appeal to a broad spectrum of buyers.

Great investment property on the Headford Road

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If you require a gilt-edged investment opportunity, then look no further than No 127 Dun Na Coiribe on the Headford Road. This ground floor two bed apartment is in walk-in condition.

A first time buyer’s delight

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Just brought to market and on offer in the June auction of DNG Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard is a beautiful family home at No 39 Tirellan Heights.

Stunning residence, great location, excellent value

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Estate agents can often go over the top when it comes to describing the properties they take on to sell. DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, while not claiming total innocence in the literary exaggeration department, is claiming that it has a property which words simply cannot describe.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard launches June auctions

Leading auctioneering firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard last week launched the latest in its summer series of auctions. Following the company’s successful May auctions, which saw ten lots be brought to the market, it has brought six more lots to the open market with huge interest already reported at the twice-weekly open viewings.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard continues its auction success

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Last Friday saw DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard bring nine lots to the floor in the first of its summer auctions. In a packed auction room in the Imperial Hotel in Eyre Square, there was standing room only for many who attended to watch the afternoon’s proceedings. As is usual with the city centre based agents, there was an eclectic mix of properties, with something to suit all buyers from across the spectrum. While, unusually, only one of the nine lots offered to the room sold under the hammer, a further four lots sold directly after the auction, with three more of the lots still under negotiation but expected to sell by the end of the week.


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