Search Results for 'Mara'
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Ard na Mara is one of Salthill’s more established and mature estates. Located at the top of Dalysfort Road, this superb property is within walking distance of Salthill village and the Promenade.
No 36 Costa na Mara will provide a purchaser with an excellent first home or super smart investment property, according to Shelagh McGann at Keane Mahony Smith. Costa na Mara, which received an award shortly after it was constructed, is designed with light and privacy foremost.
No 32 Costa na Mara is a beautiful large duplex on the edge of Oranmore village and it is perfectly situated to enjoy outstanding views to the coastline and conservation area behind.
No 32 Costa na Mara provides a purchaser with a lovely first home or super smart investment property, according to Shelagh McGann at Keane Mahony Smith.
Mullery Auctioneers has just brought to the market a stunning two bedroom duplex apartment situated within the sought-after Costa na Mara Development in Oranmore.
Estate agents can often go over the top when it comes to describing the properties they take on to sell. DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, while not claiming total innocence in the literary exaggeration department, is claiming that it has a property which words simply cannot describe.
Péarla na Mara, a new arrival onto Oranmore’s food scene, has already proved itself to be a recession-friendly solution, offering affordable delicious options for every taste and preference.
Bruach na Mara is a small development of only seven detached homes situated at the southern end of Knocknacarra Road in Salthill. The development boasts an unrivalled location within a stone’s throw of Galway Golf Club and a short walk from Salthill Promenade. Salthill village is also within walking distance boasting a wide variety of amenities including shops, restaurants, bars, and leisure facilities.
TV master chef and author, Clodagh McKenna, will be the star attraction when Achill Island revives its traditional Féile Bia Na Mara, this weekend. The Achill Seafood Festival is supported by Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Irish Sea Fisheries Board and Údarás na Gaeltachta.