Sunday February 23, 2020

Iconic garden centre comes to the market

The National Garden Exhibition Centre started life as a plant nursery.

21st September, 2014
National Garden Exhibition Centre's Harlequin Walk is flanked by gardens. Its mid-way point features an octagonal rose garden with a fountain at its centre.

Founded in 1972, in the hills of Wicklow, the National Garden Exhibition Centre started life as a plant nursery. From these small beginnings, the centre, which has recently been placed on the market with Sherry FitzGerald at an asking price of €1.495 million, has developed into an iconic institution of Irish gardening.

Just one exit south of Greystones on the M11, the National Garden Exhibition Centre has no problem drawing in visitors from the surrounding catchment...

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