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Sherry FitzGerald brings to the market No 223 Corrib Park for sale by private treaty. This is a mid-terrace two storey family home located close to a large communal green, playing pitches, and amenity area in the popular development of Corrib Park.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale this spectacular four bedroom residence located in the much sought after development of Caireal Mor, just off the Headford Road in Galway city. Falling in the local parish of Castlegar, this location is ideal for any purchaser due to its convenient position just a short distance from Galway city centre.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering to the market No 27 An Leac Lian for sale by private treaty. This is a superb four bedroom family home fitted to a very high standard and located in the centre of Barna village, in a small, quiet, development. Built circa 2005/2006, it is in excellent decorative order throughout.
Costelloe estate agents has brought to the market a very exciting investment/development opportunity in the heart of Ennis.
John Quinn has just received instruction to offer for sale No 16 Tearmann Eala, Ballyloughane Road, Renmore.
No 83 Drisin is a spacious three bedroom home in a very popular estate in Knocknacarra. Drisin is predominantly an owner occupier location and is very convenient to the Gateway Shopping Centre.
Sherry FitzGerald brings Pollinore, Cummer, Corofin, to the market for sale by private treaty. This is a large, bright, Hamptons-style detached home. Originally constructed in 2005, the property has only recently been completely finished by the current owners and offers an abundance of space totalling approximately 336sq m (3,617sq ft).
John Quinn has just brought to the market a superb ground floor one bedroom apartment at Sli Na Mara, located on the Kingston Road.
Originally called The Presbytery, The Old Parochial House was built in approximately 1901 for a parish priest in Killannin. The ownership has been with the clergy for many years and the last person who actually resided in the Old Parochial House was a William P Fogorty.