Wicklow. Where do we begin? There are so many reasons why people choose to locate in the ‘Garden of Ireland’. The gardens are a good place to begin. Wicklow is home to many of the country’s most well renowned gardens such as Mount Usher, Powerscourt and The National Botanic Gardens.
Powerscourt Waterfall – the highest waterfall in the country
It also boasts scenic lakes , sandy beaches and spectacular mountains. These features make Wicklow perfect for those with a love of the outdoors. Whats more, if the surroundings become a little too serene for your liking Dublin is only a short drive away. We frequently receive calls from older couples living in Dublin and further afield looking to retire in the tranquility of the Wicklow countryside.
Gledalough Upper Lake
In recent times there is a growing contingent of young adults working in Dublin who are re-locating to Wicklow and commuting. Spiraling house prices and rents in the capital mean that many must look to the fringes of Dublin in order to get a foot on the property ladder.
Areas such as Bray, Greystones and Eniskerry are established commuter towns but with the M11 stretching further south so too are the commuters.
During the past couple of months QUINN PROPERTY have had large volumes of residences in Wicklow sell and go sale agreed. We require further properties in Wicklow as demand far outstrips supply.
Here are a number of our recent sales in the ‘Garden of Ireland’:
No. 3 Millmount Meadows, Avoca
Abbeygale House Coolattin, Shillelagh
Brookfield, Clone, Augrhim
For more details on these properties and to view our current listings please visit our website quinnproperty.ie
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