Brian Carroll

Brian Carroll

Managing Director

Sherry FitzGerald Carroll

Brian became Marketing and Sales Director at Sherry FitzGerald Carroll in 2004, having worked with Sherry FitzGerald from 2000. He has held the position of Managing Director since 2011. 

Brian is an Associate Member of Society Chartered Surveyors Ireland, and he boasts a comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of commercial and residential property. In addition to his duties as Managing Director, Brian also advises public bodies, banks, private and corporate clients.

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Templetown, Carlingford, Co. Louth

€70,000 - Asking Price|

Superb opportunity to acquire an infill site at Templetown on the Cooley peninsula between Carlingford and Dundalk.

The property comprises a near regular shape and extends to circa 0.313 hectares / 0.8 acres with approximately 24 metres road frontage. It is accessed via the local Templetown Beach Road. Its boundaries predominantly comprise post and wire fencing with natural hedgerows. Adjoining properties include other land holdings and residential dwellings.

This property is level in nature with exclusive sea and mountain views. It offers a superb opportunity for the right purchaser.

BER exempt
4 Bed Mid Tce & Det, House Type 3, Earlsfort, Blackrock, Co. Louth

€240,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 130 sqm approx

Beautifully situated on the edge of the charming seaside village of Blackrock, and approximately 5 kilometers south of the vibrant and expanding town of Dundalk. Dundalk was voted most popular location for Dublin commuters in a recent Sunday Times survey, Earlsfort is an exciting new development of quality homes offering a new concept in contemporary living.Offering turn key packages- Viewing is a must !

Blackrock itself enjoys an enviable commuter belt location on the east coast just outside Dundalk and is located midway between the major cities of Dublin and Belfast and their international airports. Access to the M1 Dublin/Belfast motorway is close by with Dublin Airport only a forty minute drive away. The train station is only a ten minute drive away offering a regular timetable for commuters traveling to Dublin and Belfast and the local bus service also operates between the village and Dundalk town centre.

The village enjoys a spectacular east coast setting with panoramic views of Dundalk Bay and the Cooley Mountains. Local amenities include breathtaking seafront walks, a magnificent sandy beach, 18 hole championship golf course, primary schools, church, shops, renowned restaurants, a great variety of quaint pubs and for the more athletic a dynamic range of watersports and leisure complexes.

BER B3 Rating
Piedmont, Jenkinstown, Dundalk, Co Louth

€170,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 85 sqm approx

Charming detached bungalow located on a spectacular elevated site of approx. 0.25 acres, this property commands uninteruppted views across Dundalk Bay to the front and mountain views to the rear.

This delightful residence offers well proportioned accommodation which extends to c. 85 sq. mtrs. (920 sq. ft.) including sitting room, kitchen/diner, three bedrooms, bathroom, integral garage and store room.

Ideally located in a central position with both Dundalk and Carlingford towns a short distance both of which offer a wealth of amenities and facilities. In addition the reknowned and historic Cooley Mountain Range is on the doorstep.

BER E1 Rating

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Residential Site, Rock Road, Blackrock, Co. Louth Sale Agreed

€150,000 - Asking Price|

This unique Residential Development property offers the perfect setting to develop a large family home of your dreams or can be subdivided into further lots as necessary, subject to planning permission.

Location

A superb opportunity to acquire a prime residential development site in an established residential location only a short stroll from the seashore and Blackrock Village Centre where an abundance of amenities are on offer including numerous cafes, restaurants, shops, schools and also Dundalk Golf Club.

BER exempt
Templetown, Carlingford, Co. Louth Sale Agreed

€150,000 - Asking Price|

Superb opportunity to acquire a beachfront land holding at Templetown on the Cooley peninsula between Carlingford and Dundalk.

The property comprises a regular shape and extends to circa 1.5 hectares / 3.7 acres. It is accessed via an existing vehicular driveway from Templetown Beach Carpark. The remaining boundaries comprises natural hedgerows and adjoin other land holdings.

This property is level in nature with exclusive sea and mountain views. It offers a superb opportunity for the right purchaser.

BER exempt
20 Hughes Park, Dundalk, Co. Louth Sale Agreed

€100,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms

Tucked away in a quiet cul de sac, this solid 3 bedroom terraced bungalow is situated in a prime location minutes from town centre, train station, DKIT, Louth County Hospital and all shopping and social amenities.

Needing a degree of refurbishment and benefitting from a large rear garden it offers endless possibilities and lots of scope to be transformed into an ideal small family/starter home or investment property.

BER G Rating

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Park House, 18 Park Street, Dundalk, Co. Louth, A91HRR3

€250,000 - Asking Price|181 sqm approx

Location:

Park House is located on the west side of Park Street and occupies a prominent corner pitch, particularly when approached from an easterly direction which is a one way vehicular thoroughfare into the town centre. The location offers an array of amenities with a no. of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs in the immediate vicinity. Public transport provisions are excellent with Dundalk Train Station located c. 750 metres to the south west and Bus Eireann Bus Station located c. 500 metres to the north.

Description:

BER C1 Rating
6 Jocelyn Street, Dundalk, Co. Louth, A91N1NP

€150,000 - Asking Price|194 sqm approx

Location

Number 6 Jocelyn Street occupies a prominent mid terrace position approximately 0.5 km east of Dundalk town centre via seatown place. The subject property is adjacent to St. Patrick’s cathedral, Dundalk tourist office, county museum and a number of primary and secondary schools.

6 Jocelyn Street also benefits from Rear access onto Seaton Gardens.

BER F Rating

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No's 65 & 67 Barrack Street, Dundalk, Co. Louth Sale Agreed

€120,000 - Asking Price|

Numbers 65 and 67 Barrack Street are located on the southern side of Barrack Street, approximately 1.5 kilometres east of Dundalk town centre.

The properties comprise of two no. derelict two storey terrace dwellings constructed c. 1900's together with gardens and old outbuildings to the rear. Both dwellings front directly onto Barrack Street and have a combined frontage of approximately 14 metres. House No. 67 benefits from independent vehicular access.

Both properties offer a unique opportunity to renovate them into modern day standards or alternatively may be suitable for demolishing and redeveloping separately as a combined site (s.p.p).

BER exempt
Entire Of Former St. Mary's College, St. Mary, Dundalk, Co. Louth Sale Agreed

Price on Application - For Sale|

This superb residential development opportunity is set in the heart of Dundalk Town Centre, approximately 450 metres north east of Dundalk’s Main Street. The site is situated in a mature residential area, immediately adjacent to the new Marist School premises.

The site comprises a former school premises comprising 3 storey / 2 storey over basement protected structure (In 4 interconnected buildings). The entire premises is currently let on a short term 4 year 9 month tenancy contract to the Louth Meath Educational and Training Board at an average rent of €51,200 per annum. An extended portion of the existing school premises which was formally utilised as a PE Gym Hall and Chemistry Labatory forms part of the grant of planning permission for demolition to facilitate future development of the site. Other ancillary buildings include a former Gospel Hall which comprises a detached period building of c. 106 sq m adjacent to St. Mary’s Road.

On 18th January 2017, An Bord Pleanala granted planning permission (PL.15.247212) for the demolition of a two storey sports hall and single storey science block and the construction of an apartment block containing nine apartments ( 6 no. 1 bed apartments, 3 no. 2 beds), eight no. 2 bed ground floor apartments and 8 no. 3 bed duplex apartments at first and second floor level.

BER exempt