Monday 1 May 2017

Four homes on the market in Galway

Bridge House, Bridge Street
Bridge House, Bridge Street
Doon West
Truskey West
29 Temple Jarlath Court

A choice of four properties available to buy in Galway county.

Doon West, Rosscahill 

€345k  Sherry FitzGerald Galway (091) 569123

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Rosscahill is in Lough Corrib country, about halfway between Moycullen and Oughterard, and about 25 minutes' drive from Galway city. This detached dormer at Doon West stands on half an acre with landscaped gardens and mature trees. Built in 2002, the house is 1,854 sq ft with five bedrooms. Three are on the first floor, including the en-suite master. The other two are downstairs and might be used as reception rooms. The ground floor also has an eat-in kitchen with sliding patio doors, and a living room.

Bridge House, Bridge Street

€200k  Sherry FitzGerald O’Meara (0906) 475500

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Bridge House is a Victorian three-storey townhouse built of limestone. It's in the very centre of Ballinasloe, with river frontage at the end of the garden. It's a semi-detached property with 3,843 sq ft of space and 12 bedrooms. The ground floor has a sitting room, dining room, kitchen and utility. There are five bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor, and seven bedrooms on the second. There's also a large attic. The garden runs down to the River Suck, and there's a group of stone outbuildings on the grounds too.

Truskey West, Barna

AMV €375k  O’Donnellan & Joyce (091) 564212

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About 800 metres north of Barna village stands this architect-designed detached house on a half-acre site. It has four bedrooms (one en-suite) and there's also an upstairs bathroom and separate toilet. The ground floor has two quite roomy reception rooms - a living room and a dining room - as well as the kitchen, utility room and a guest toilet. The garden is lawned with flowerbeds and mature trees. It's less than 10 minutes' drive to Salthill. The house will go under the hammer on April 21 at 2pm.

29 Temple Jarlath Court, Tuam

AMV €90k  O’Donnellan & Joyce (091) 564212

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Temple Jarlath Court is named after the monastery founded by St Jarlath in the north Galway town in the fifth century. Temple Jarlath is now an enclosure containing a disused graveyard and the ruin of a 13th century church. The apartment building is in the centre of town across the street from Tuam Shopping Centre. Number 29 is on the third floor with three bedrooms and one bathroom. Total floor area is 837 sq ft and annual management fees are €750. The property will be auctioned next Friday, April 21, at 2pm.

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