Roseanne coming from a country background in Cashel, Co. Tipperary, has vast knowledge of country living, farming and equestrian life. Roseanne’s family have deep roots in property sales and she has worked in the specialised and niche Country homes market for the last 18 years. Roseanne is one of the most experienced property advisors with a specialisation in fine country homes and estates. Sherry FitzGerald are the proud Irish affiliates of Christie’s International Real Estate giving Roseanne the opportunity to market your property worldwide to 900 offices in 45 countries.
Due to Roseanne’s vast knowledge of the Country Homes market, she also specialises in the acquisitions of Country Homes, Farms and Estates.
Roseanne previously worked in Ganly Walters and Knight Frank, heading up their Country Homes team. She is well known throughout Ireland due to her experience in the Country Homes market and offers a wealth of knowledge to anyone considering selling or acquiring a property.
• Bachelor of Science Degree in Property
Member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.
What you say about Roseanne
"Roseanne de Vere Hunt handled the sale of our home with consummate professionalism coupled with an extraordinary determination to see the sale through from point of instruction to completion. Whilst she had the backing of a well run and effective organisation it was clear at an early stage she was our trump card. Highly dedicated, extremely hard working, courteous and sensitive in an often times delicate business. Always a hard negotiator on our behalf, tempered by extremely effective communication with vendor and purchaser alike. Quite frankly, I don't know why a potential vendor would consider appointing anyone else, based on our experience and subsequent recommendation."
"We chose Sherry FitzGerald for the sale of our home due to the strength of their brand within the domestic market and its reach internationally. As our home is a large period property, the fact that Sherry Fitz has a dedicated Country Homes department covering all Ireland was also a significant factor.
The marketing tools used were extensive and effective, from use of their website, third party property portals and social media, through to newspaper editorial and traditional broadsheet advertising. The effectiveness of this became self-evident throughout the process by the high number of viewings we had in what could be considered a niche market, and subsequent offers, of which there were several."