Saturday, June 19, 2021


Glencarra is a beautiful new housing development in Knock village.

New to the market is this fast-selling and much sought-after residential development of Glencarra in the renowned east Mayo village of Knock.

With only one two-bedroom dormer left and a small number of two and three-bed end-of-terrace houses available, these houses are selling fast, which is not surprising because Knock is one of the most popular locations in Mayo, especially for older people who are seeking somewhere safe, friendly and convenient to retire.

Glencarra is an exceptional development of stylish contemporary homes with an outstanding range of choice and design. Situated in an unrivaled location, it is the closest development to all local Knock amenities with the local supermarket/post office, old Church and Basilica grounds only a five-minute walk away.

Knock village is ideally located along the main N17 road connecting Mayo to Sligo and Galway, and it is also a short distance from the N5 to Dublin. In addition, Ireland West Airport Knock is only a few miles away.

The immaculately-finished houses at Glencarra are very likely to appeal to both owner-occupiers and investors given that this development comes to the market with a choice of three different house types. Prices range from €165,000 for a two-bedroom semi-detached dormer to €185,000 for a four-bed end-of-terrace two-storey house.

The entire development will be finished to a very high standard. Accommodation in each includes: Entrance Hallway with tiled floor and featured staircase, sitting Room with open fireplace, modern fitted kitchen/diner with tiled floor, utility room off kitchen also with tiled floor.

All houses have a WC on the ground floor along with family bathrooms and en-suite master bedroom.

The remaining few Houses come complete with oil-fired central heating, double glazed black PVC windows and concrete paved back yards for low maintenance.

Viewing comes highly recommended and by appointment only with John Higgins Auctioneer, Main Street, Ballyhaunis. Telephone 094-9631372 or email [email protected]

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