Ganly Walters are delighted to present Danes Hollow to the Market. Built by the current owners, John McColgan & Moya Doherty approximately 16 years ago, this exquisitely presented waterfront residence, is situated in the exclusive and private enclave of Baily, County Dublin.
Extending to approximately 800 Sq.M / 8,611 Sq.Ft of luxurious accommodation, Danes Hollow is, without doubt, one of the finest houses in County Dublin and could possibly lay claim to the most exceptional views from a residential dwelling, to the Baily Lighthouse, across Dublin Bay and beyond. Situated in the exclusive and highly sought after enclave of Baily, County Dublin the property not only enjoys panoramic views and immaculately landscaped terraced gardens, but ease of access to the city of Dublin, the international airport and beyond.
Moya Doherty’s career includes theatre, radio and television journalism and an award-winning track record in television production, both in Ireland and the UK. Moya was the Commissioning Producer and originator of Riverdance for the Eurovision Song Contest of 1994, she is a founding director of Tyrone Productions and of Today FM. Moya is Chair of RTÉ Awards and honours include: Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and honorary doctorates from the University of Ulster and the National University of Ireland in recognition of her success and her ongoing commitment to the arts in Ireland.
John McColgan’s career as a producer and director began in the mid-seventies at RTÉ Television where he went on to become Head of Entertainment. While in RTÉ he produced and directed a wide range of programming from light entertainment to drama to documentary. He was also Head of Weekend Entertainment at TVAM – ITV’s breakfast television service. He played a key role in the evolution of Riverdance from the original seven minute dance number and went on to direct the full stage-show spectacular. John has been closely involved with the Abbey Theatre – he was on the Board of the theatre for five years, served as Chairman of the Abbey Centenary Committee and directed a critically-acclaimed production of Dion Boucicault’s19th century melodrama The Shaughraun. In May 2011 he produced a major theatrical event marking the historic State visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Ireland.
John has received many awards during his career, including an Honorary Doctorate of Law from the National University of Ireland, in recognition of his services to the arts and entertainment industry.
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