The north Galway village of Williamstown is approximately 50 minutes from Galway city and is also close to where the three counties of Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon meet, which makes it very centrally located in the west of Ireland and convenient to all vital services and amenities in the area.
Williamstown prides itself with its high ranking in the Tidy Towns competition each year. There is a thriving sense of community spirit in Williamstown and the village has all amenities – church, schools, post office, traditional pubs and filling station — and fibre broadband is also available.
Lough Na Corra, located at the edge of this picturesque village, is a new residential development of the highest quality. This development consists of just seven three-bed terraced houses, with a starting price of €110,000 and a BER of C2. The houses are bright and spacious and finished to a high standard. They are well insulated and have gas central heating
This new development is situated close to the primary school. These houses have fitted kitchens with electrical appliances included and wooden floors throughout, and would make an ideal starter homes. The development also has a large green area to the front and secured fenced back gardens. The houses are spacious and well laid out.
Every detail was considered when planning Lough na Corra including the green areas which have been creatively landscaped for the enjoyment of children and adults alike, taking special consideration of safe play away from traffic.
People will have an opportunity to view these superb show houses tomorrow, July 12, from 7pm to 8pm, on Saturday from 2pm to 4pm, and on Sunday from 3pm to 5pm.
For further details contact the sole selling agent Gerry Coffey auctioneer on 094 9643600 for an appointment to view.