Suburban homes on the Wild Atlantic Way
Ceathrú an Tobair, Oranmore, Co Galway
Ceathrú an Tobair is the first significant new development to launch in many years in Oranmore, the village outside Galway city.
While Oranmore is now part of Galway’s suburban belt, its scenery means it’s a stop on the Wild Atlantic Way tourist trail. Ceathrú an Tobair is located on the Maree Road in Moneyduff, about 1km south of Oranmore village, and is close to Rinville Park, a large public park that commands views of the sea.
The scheme, which launched off the plans earlier this month, is being built by Oranisland Developments, a company led by local brothers Liam and Pat Malone and it is scheduled to be finished by September.
Of the 23 three and four-bed terraced and semi-detached houses that were put on the market at the 30-unit development, two are still for sale. Both are three-bed terraced homes priced from €290,000.
The concrete-built houses, which each extend to 1,150 sq ft, are traditional in style, with a painted solid wood front door, slate roof, and UPVC triple-glazed windows. There is a seeded garden and a paved patio to the rear of each property, with Roadstone paving to the front driveway.
In each house, a fitted kitchen is supplied by Kreation Kitchens. Energy-efficient features such as an air-to-water heating system and a heat recovery ventilation system make the houses cheap to run.
Oranmore is 9km east of Galway city and has access to the M6 motorway between Galway and Dublin.
Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald (091) 569123