Property prices in Enniscorthy have yet to experience the recovery seen in the North Wexford and Wicklow areas. This makes it an ideal time to consider moving to the area. QUINN PROPERTY currently have a range of properties, suitable for a number of buyers, in and around Enniscorthy. Please click on the property headings for further details.
This property benefits from a spacious rear garden and is within walking distance of the town centre. Constructed in 2005, it remains in fantastic condition. A.M.V €180,000
This well-maintained property is a short walk from the town centre and has a convenience store close by. There is side access to a rear garden and garden shed. A.M.V €165,000
This 4 bedroom residence, located on the edge of Enniscorthy, is simply breathtaking. It is for sale by way of auction at 3pm on the 8th of June in the Riverside Park Hotel. The residence and adjoining buildings are on a C. 4.5 acre site while adjoining land of C. 23 acres is also available. P.O.A
This 4 bedroom residence is laid out over three storeys and was constructed over 200 years ago. The house is now fully modernised having undergone an extensive refurbishment in 2000. The property is 8km from Enniscorthy. P.O.A
This outstanding bungalow’s elevated location provides it with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. The property is 15km from Enniscorthy. Sale Agreed.
Enniscorthy is the second largest town in Co. Wexford. It’s central location means that other major towns in the County such as Gorey, Wexford and New Ross are all within a 30 minute drive. Accessibility in and around the town will receive a further boost upon completion of the Enniscorthy bypass. In addition, Enniscorthy is located on the Dublin to Rosslare rail line and benefits from a range of Bus Éireann and Wexford Bus routes, making the town accessible to those with a preference towards public transport.
The town itself is steeped in history, with the overlooking Vinegar Hill playing an integral part in the 1798 and 1916 risings. Enniscorthy Castle and St. Aidan’s Cathedral are other historic sites within the town. Regarding amenities, the town is well supplied with supermarkets, cafes, bars and hotels. There are also a range of both primary and secondary schools. Furthermore, Enniscorthy is a vibrant sporting community with a range of sports clubs including GAA, rugby, soccer, golf and swimming. The town even has its own greyhound track.
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