Four on the market: Homes in County Galway
Published 26/06/2015 | 02:30
Go west with these four properties in county Galway.
Meall an Iolra, Revagh Rd, Salthill
€870k Sherry FitzGerald Galway, (091) 569 123
Leafy Revagh Road runs parallel to the coast, behind Leisureland, just five minutes' walk from the prom. Number 5, called Meall an Iolra, was built around 1960 and the current owners have had it since then, so it's in good order. On the ground floor are three reception rooms and a kitchen, and there are four bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. Total floor space is 1,421 sq ft. The site is 0.3 of an acre with gardens front and back with lawns, hedging and mature trees. There's also a side annexe and a garage.
Gleann Beag, Rusheeney
€149k DNG Martin O’Connor, (091) 866 708
Gleann Beag is in an out-of-the-way spot about three-and-half kilometres from the village of Oughterard. It's on an elevated site of just under 0.6 of an acre, with pleasant views over the boggy hills of Connemara. On the ground floor, there's a living room with a beamed ceiling and a solid-fuel stove, a kitchen and dining room with a range cooker, two en-suite bedrooms and a bathroom. Upstairs, at loft level, there are two more rooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen, and there's a storage shed on the grounds.
The Old Garda Station, Roundstone
€250k O’Donnellan & Joyce, (091) 564 212
Roundstone, on the western flank of Bertraghboy Bay, is one of the gentrified villages of Connemara, with the requisite seafood restaurants and art galleries that tourists and holiday homeowners love. The Old Garda Station is at Monastery Road, across the street from the new one. Already refurbished, it has 1,100 sq ft of accommodation, with a living room and a kitchen on the ground floor, and two bedrooms (one en-suite) on the first floor, plus a bathroom. Above that is a floored and skylit attic with sea views.
Drim, Gorumna, Lettermore
€155k Green Valley Properties, (061) 921 498
Gorumna is one of three linked islands off the Connemara coast, together with Lettermore and Lettermullen, all joined to the mainland by bridges. This stone-built property has been extended and restructured several times in its history. It now consists of a two-storey house of 998 sq ft, with a living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and shower room, plus four bedrooms, and there's a basement of about 120 sq ft. The grounds include a 680 sq ft garage or workshop, and a stone-built studio with a fireplace.