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VOYAGE, AN exhibition of marine photography by Fiona Belton, will be officially opened this Sunday at 4pm in Clarinbridge Antiques.
Castle View will tick all the boxes for anyone looking for a large property with an extremely high quality finish.
Located between Oranmore and Clarinbridge, this attractive family home is probably the best value to come to the market due to its size and its finish. Coming with a price tag of €420,000, extending to a gracious 4,000sq ft of accommodation, and standing on c0.5 acre of mature lawn, this property is a steal.
Luxury homes at Caiseal Riada will be on open view this Saturday, October 31.
This week I have a few different items to mention and would like to suggest that it might be a good time to shop around for Christmas wine. There are some really good deals available now and also watch out for some up and coming wine fairs such as Cases Wine Fair on the Tuam Road. It is on today (Thursday) from 6.30pm to 10pm and the €20 ticket will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute. There will be 120 wines to taste and cheese from Sheridan’s. As wine makes a really acceptable present I suggest you make an early Christmas present list and note anyone who would like a bottle or two or indeed a full case! If you are buying a pretty expensive wine for a wine lover, ask the advice of the wine shop’s most senior person and usually you will be well advised. We are well served in Galway with wine shops — O’Brien’s, McCambridge’s, Woodberrys, Harvest, Cases, Fine Wines, The Wine Buff, Noel O’Loughlin at Galwaybaywine.com, upstairs over Sheridan’s Cheese Shop, The Vineyard, and the organic wines from Dirk at the Saturday Market in Galway, off Shop Street. In fact, now that I list them all (hoping I have not forgotten any) I am amazed that there are indeed such a number.
If you are looking for a large property with an extremely high quality finish, then Castleview will tick all the boxes.
A development site with full planning permission to construct two retail units, two two-bed apartments, two offices, and one four-bed semidetached house has just come on the market in south Galway. This is an attractive, well designed, development with excellent road frontage and access