Search Results for 'Inverin'
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DNG Martin O’Connor presents to the market this commanding, natural stone fronted, 3,122sq ft, five bedroom family home with a large detached garage ideal for chalet conversion at Kilroe East, Inverin, just 2.8km from Spiddal.
John Quinn is offering an impressive five bedroom detached residence at Cornarone, Inverin. This property, which has just come on the market, is on a very fine site with lovely views of the bay and surrounding areas.
The residential sales team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are offering one of the most impressive bungalows to come to the market in recent years in the townland of Inverin, Co Galway. Located just 500m from Joyce's Supermarket and Colaiste Lurgan, and only 7km from Spiddal village, the house is situated on the sea side of the road, in a wonderful setting.
EL SUR, made in 1983 and regarded as one of the finest Spanish films of all time, will be screened in Seanscoil Sailearna, Indreabhán, this evening at 8.15pm.
OFF THE Beaten Track, a documentary by County Galway based director Dieter Auner, on emigration and rural depopulation in Romania, will be screened in Connemara this evening [Thursday February 16].
The man who died in a mobile home fire in Connemara at the weekend has been named locally as Micheál Ó Cualáin from Inverin.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering to the market Lochan Beag, Inverin, Co Galway, a well maintained detached bungalow with a two bedroom apartment at the lower ground floor level. Built in the early 1970s, the house has mature established gardens and has been well cared for.
Galway Real Estate has brought to the market a number of very attractive properties in the south Connemara area. These properties are well worth looking at, with excellent value for money guaranteed.
A Inverin shop manager was left ‘traumatised’ but uninjured following a terrifying ordeal in which he was kidnapped at gunpoint, forced to open the safe of the shop, and left tied up as the culprit fled.
Tomorrow (Friday) will see Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard hold its June auctions with a mix of properties going under the hammer. The atmosphere and excitement in the city is growing in anticipation of the Volvo Ocean Race and the boost it will bring to the local economy, and auctioneer James Heaslip is confident that some of this enthusiasm will transfer to property buyers over the coming weeks. The leading local auctioneers have had their Saturday diaries full in recent times, having gone straight from open viewings for their May auctions into the June viewings and the July auctions and open viewings are to immediately follow these proceedings. The second of the company’s summer auctions in as many months will take place in the Imperial Hotel, Eyre Square, where proceedings will commence at 3pm.