Sean Coyne

Howley Court , Oranmore, Galway

€71,862 pa - To Let
|1,113 sqm approx

Office Units located in the centre of Oranmore in the Howley Court development

Oranmore is one of Galway\'s most established and popular suburbs, it has seen and continues to see expansive growth

Howley Court is a well known mixed-use development in the centre of the town with ground floor retail and a mix of office and residential uses on the upper floors

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No 1 CityEast, Oranmore, Co. Galway

To Let
|6,410 sqm approx

• Situated in a prime prominent position at the junction of the N6 and N18 road in Oranmore

• Oranmore is a mere 2km from Galway City Boundary and is already an established location for multi-national companies including Cisco and Zimmer Biomet

• No 1 City East occupies an unrivalled position in relation to ease of access and connectivity being 3mins drive from the M6/M18 Motorway; 15 mins from Galway City and 40 mins from Shannon Airport

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20-24 Mervue Business Park, Galway

€686,675.188 - Asking Price|8,394 sqm approx

- 20-24 Mervue Business Park is situated in a prominent position within Mervue Business Park on the east side of Galway City- Mervue Business Park is strategically located between the Tuam Road and Wellpark Road approximately 2km from the city centre- The park is one of Galway's most established business locations and other occupiers in the park include Avaya; Penn Engineering and Goodman Medical- 20-24 is laid out to provide a mix of open plan office accommodation and high eaves manufacturing space.- This element extends to approximately 8,394 sq m (90,352 sq ft) and allows for sub-division into bays of approximately 20,000 sq ft each.

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Lands At Kilcornan, Clarinbridge, Co. Galway

€215,000 - AMV|

The subject lands at situated in the townland of Kilcornan close to the village of Clarinbridge in south county Galway. The property is accessed and has frontage to a local regional road and the surrounding area is made up of agricultural land and one-off housing.

The subject property comprises 10.39 hectares (25.67 acres) of agricultural lands laid out in two separate plots which are intersected by the new M18 Galway-Limerick motorway. The eastern plot is approximately 7.52 hectares and is accessed via a small local road. The western plot extends to approximately 2.87 hectares and includes a small cottage with shed - it has frontage to a secondary local road. The western plot/cottage currently has no dedicated entrance and a new entrance will have to be created to access this plot.

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