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Carraigoran is a spectacular detached residence situated on a professionally landscaped site of approximately half an acre. It is a large four bedroom home which was architecturally designed and constructed with incredible attention to detail.
Tara McFadden is a 31-year-old entrepreneur, running her own business in Oranmore as a franchise holder of Educogym. Launched almost two years ago, Educogym is a great success with 35 gyms worldwide, more than 100 trainers, and 6,000 clients. McFadden saw bringing this well known franchise to Galway as a great business opportunity.
A County Galway family of six who spent their summer holidays working as volunteers in eastern Europe say the experience was “ life changing”.
George Lee launched Job Creation Initiative Oranmore (JCIO) recently in the Oranmore Lodge Hotel to an audience of 240 people.
Planing permission is being sought for a major residential and commercial development at Oranhill, Oranmore that will include a hotel, more than 160 residential homes, a swimming pool, gymnasium, and public park.
This recently refurbished, fully furnished, three bedroom terraced residence is located in one of the more popular developments in Oranmore village. The property is in excellent condition and is within walking distance of shops, pubs, restaurants, chemist, and primary and secondary schools.
Maree recorded another victory in the National League, overcoming AOL Broadband Waterford before a large crowd in Oranmore on Saturday.
No 47 Ashbrook, Oranmore, is a splendid three bedroom semidetached family home with the benefit of a second reception room currently used as a home office and study. Its best selling features are its very central location in Oranmore village, its generous plot size, and the spacious, well designed, living interior which extends to some 1,300sq ft.
Located just off the main Galway to Dublin road at Moyvilla, Oranmore, and with planning permission for an extensive home, this is probably one of the most attractive sites to come to the open market for some time.
Maree, already off to a respectable 2-2 start in their first ever Men’s National League campaign, knocked out 2008 winners UCD-Marian in their first round National Cup encounter in Oranmore on Saturday November 14th. It was a tough, physical game, in which UCD-Marian incurred several technical fouls, and Maree struggled to find their form, before pulling away for a 69 – 56 win. An encouraging aspect of the Oranmore-Maree outfit’s victory was that 5 players finished with 10 points or more, the kind of spread of scoring that they and their coaches have been looking for.