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Rare opportunity to acquire a unique property in a beautiful scenic location, with exceptional views of Lough Ree. Located in the sought after area of Ballykeeran and only minutes from Athlone and Glasson, this fine family home has immense charm and character. This home sits proudly on large landscaped mature gardens and extends to approximately 4,500 sq ft of accommodation. Features:
The world’s biggest sailing event, the 10th Volvo Ocean Race, will arrive in Ireland for the first time on May 23. Following the transatlantic leg, racing from Boston, it will arrive and stay in Galway for a two-week stopover before leaving on the next leg for Goteborg in Sweden.
What could be better for your father than a round of championship golf at the Glasson Hotel and Golf Club in Athlone?
The new Baysports Boat Training and Water Sports centre located at Hodson Bay is a state-of-the-art boat training and water sport facility and will be a centre of excellence in adventure sports, training, and adventure tourism.
Glenatore is an exclusive development superbly located close to Lough Ree in Coosan, one of the most prestigious residential areas in Athlone.
Good value for money and ready to occupy. Four bedroom (one en suite) semi-detached home located in the desirable location of Coosan, close to Athlone town centre with all its amenities. Minutes walk from Coosan Church, Headstart Montessori and after school homework club, Bounty Bar and function room, Athlone Rugby Club, Midlands Regional Sports Centre, Coosan Point and Lough Ree.
Beautifully presented four bedroom bungalow, situated minutes from Athlone town centre. Located on the east side of the River Shannon in the idyllic village of Ballykeeran.
With a magnificent lakeside setting and fantastic views over Lough Ree, Glasson Hotel & Golf Club provides a superb location for your special event.
Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael Deputy James Bannon, speaking in Dail Eireann regarding the recent flooding, said he was extremely angry that the Taoiseach did not recall the Dail over the weekend to deal with the hardship caused to so many in the Midlands and thoroughout the country.