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Large family home for sale in Kingston

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Oakhill, No 18 Manor Avenue, is a large four/five bedroom detached family home located just off the much sought after Kingston Road in Galway city, an extension of Taylor's Hill and within minutes’ walk of Salthill Promenade. This popular area is convenient to Galway city centre where all amenities are at hand, while the immediate vicinity benefits from sporting and recreational activities including sailing, golf, tennis, and the local GAA club. This home was built circa 1990 by Kiltulla Construction Co Ltd and is owner occupied since new.

Large family home for sale in Kingston

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Oakhill, No 18 Manor Avenue, is a large four/five bedroom detached family home located just off the much sought after Kingston Road area of Galway city. An extension of Taylor's Hill and within minutes’ walk of Salthill Promenade. This popular area is very close to Galway city centre where all amenities are at hand, while the immediate vicinity has an abundance of sporting and recreational activities including sailing, golf, tennis, and the local GAA club. This home was built circa 1990 by Kiltulla Construction Co Ltd and is owner occupied since new.

Large family home set on 0.30 acre in Kingston

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Set well back from the main Galway to Barna road, Garnagry is a substantial four bed detached dormer bungalow, situated on a large 0.3 acre site with south facing rear garden. This charming house, which has a rustic feel to it, is located in an established and sought after area close to Salthill village, beaches, and promenade.

Superb one bed on offer in Kingston

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John Quinn is offering to the market a superb ground floor one bedroom apartment at Sli Na Mara, located on the Kingston Road.

Hot 8 Brass Band @ Róisín Dubh

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THE SOUND of New Orleans, hip hop, and Black America are embodied in The Hot 8 Brass Band who make a welcome return for a Galway International Arts Festival show.

Cruise in the Caribbean with Castle Travel

Picture yourself snorkelling in a secluded cove, wandering through narrow cobblestone streets, or sunbathing on a stretch of powdery white sand. The Caribbean offers thrills aplenty for the winter weary. Departure cities, itineraries, and ports of call may vary, but a Caribbean cruise practically guarantees sun-kissed shores, tranquil turquoise waters, azure skies, and balmy climes. Evelyn Byrne, Managing Director of Castle Travel, is a true cruise convert and has enjoyed cruises in this region among others.

 

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