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No 3 Whitestrand Avenue is a substantial five bed semidetached home with the benefit of a two bed apartment to the side and a large private rear garden. Originally built in 1964, this home was extended and modernized over the years to accommodate a growing family. The apartment was built in 2001, while an extension to the rear of the home was built in 2016.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale this impressive detached residence in the popular village of Oughterard.
REA McGreal Burke brings to the market this important residential development site at Danesfort Court, Loughrea. The lands are located close to the Loughrea outer relief road which links the town to the M6 motorway.
This large family home is conveniently located close to Claregalway and Oranmore. Its truly impressive and established gardens, with mature trees and lush planting, are outstanding and also offer great play space and outdoor dining areas.
Aran Island Ferries has welcomed the announcement of a new Aran Food Tour, created by Aran Goats Cheese producer Gabriel Faherty. The new Aran Food Tour is available to book online at www.arangoatcheeseandfoodtours.com.
The second round of the Claregalway Hotel Galway Senior Football Championship produced thrills and spills aplenty for the increased crowd numbers.
NUI Galway is preparing to welcome a record intake of 3,500 first year students from Monday, with a special orientation programme running at the university this weekend to help the students adjust to college life.
Concerns over speeding traffic and road safety along the Old Tuam Road in Monksland are to be raised by Cllr. John Naughten at the next meeting of the Athlone Municipal District of Roscommon County Council.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a stunning three bedroom semidetached home located in the much sought after village of Athenry, Co Galway. Pairc an Ri is a quiet development situated within walking distance of the town centre.
The first ever in-depth account of the gloriously scenic Galway-Clifden Railway which ran through the heart of Connemara from 1895 to 1935 will be launched this weekend in Maam Cross Railway Station.