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Magnificent four/five-bed Barna property boasts abundance of space and light

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Keane Mahony Smith are handling the sale of a magnificent four/five bed detached property located in a much sought-after residential area in Barna Village.

Properties in this area rarely come to the market and this property is one of the finest and most attractive family homes to come to the market for some time.

The property is situated on a large mature site measuring one acre of fully landscaped gardens with carefully tended lawns and mature elegant planting to provide beauty and interest throughout the year.

The rear garden is considerably large with wonderful views of the local countryside. The front of the property has stone cut walls and wrought iron gates, with mature high hedging and trees forming the boundary to the gable ends and rear of the property.

This stunning family home, offers a superb architectural design, an abundance of large windows, high ceilings and generous proportions, which combined, give a great sense of space and light. The natural light travels throughout the home with each room literally following the sun.

This beautiful family home has immense character and charm and has been meticulously thought out with flair and taste in both architectural layout and interior design.

This distinctive and unique home impresses on first glance both internally and externally with a feature private courtyard that is perfectly positioned with access to all main living rooms. It is natural stone slate finish and has a fitting for a feature water fountain.

The accommodation includes a lavish reception foyer with a feature sweeping bespoke staircase, gallery landing a stunning stain glass cathedral window and feature tiled flooring. Off the hallway you will find the formal living room with a feature Portuguese limestone fireplace and a separate formal dining room with access to external courtyard.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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Light-filled four-bed house has off-street parking and boasts large rear garden

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Windfield Gardens estate on the Clybaun Road in Galway

This large four-bed family home is located in the Windfield Gardens estate on the Clybaun Road in Galway.

Built in 1994 by Inchagoill Construction, Number 64 features high ceilings both on the ground floor and first floor, off street parking and a large rear garden.

Measuring approximately 156 square metres, this property is finished with a red brick exterior and large bay windows to the front.

Upon entering, there is a large bright entrance hall with doors leading to the guest toilet, living room and kitchen. The living room features a gas fire and bay window and double doors lead to a separate dining room with patio door to the rear garden.

A large kitchen/diner and utility room complete the downstairs accommodation.

On the first floor are four bedrooms (one of which is en suite), bathroom and a storage cupboard.  A stairway leads to the attic for additional storage space, and is fitted with Velux windows.

This is a prime residential location close to established services such as both primary and secondary schools, numerous shops including Gateway Retail Park – which features Dunnes, B&Q and Next, while Harvey Norman and Boots are due to open soon – as well as Joyce’s Supermarket.

It is on and close to several bus routes and is within easy reach of Salthill Promenade, Rusheen Bay and Barna Woods.

■ The asking price is €460,000. The BER Rating is C3. Virtual viewings are by appointment. For further information, contact Sherry FitzGerald on 091 569123.

 

 

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Bungalow has everything expected of modern home

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Gortcloonmoore, just two miles from Claregalway village

This lovely 4-5 bedroom bungalow is located at Gortcloonmoore, just two miles from Claregalway village.

This B3 energy rated property has been maintained to the highest of standards and offers everything one would require in terms of modern-day family living.

Found on a private site measuring a half-acre, the property boasts electric gates and is perfect for those seeking a peaceful and tranquil setting while enjoying the close proximity of the village nearby.

It comprises a bright and airy welcoming hall, cosy lounge room with feature fireplace with stove insert and beautiful open plan kitchen, dining and family area. The kitchen offers an array of fitted kitchen units and feature island. A sizeable utility room and toilet room are found off the kitchen area.

The sleeping accommodation offers four fine-sized bedrooms with the master offering en suite bathroom.

The attic has been altered to add two rooms with bathrooms and would prove ideal for additional bedrooms, subject to the necessary planning permissions.

“This lovely home is ready for immediate occupation,” said selling agent Niall Browne.

■ The asking price is €330,000. For further information, contact Niall Browne of O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers on 086 6009523 or visit odonnjoyce.com

 

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Combining city with country

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Modernised: Ashleigh House in Carrowbrowne.

Ashleigh House is a superbly positioned five-bed detached family home located in a nice quiet cul de sac with a country setting and yet less than three miles from Galway City.

This property is situated in a much sought-after location at Carrowbrowne on the Headford Road, close all amenities such as Ballindooley Stores, Tesco Express, Castlegar and Menlo primary schools and it is a short distance to Parkmore and Ballybrit industrial estates.

The house measures 230 sq m (2,476 sq ft) and was built in 2005, but has been upgraded and recently modernised.

It is situated on a half-acre site with mature landscaped gardens. This large detached home provides spacious accommodation throughout with kitchen/dining room, sunroom, living room, five bedrooms (all of which are en suite) main bathroom and a utility. The property is finished to a high standard with solid timber floors throughout, a marble fireplace and solid fuel stove.

The kitchen/diningroom has tiled flooring, fitted units and island, as well as a solid fuel stove and spotlights. The sunroom has solid wooden flooring with side and rear windows and patio doors to the rear garden.

The utility room is tiled, has a door to the rear garden, and is plumbed for a washing machine and dryer.

To the front of the house, the livingroom has solid wooden flooring and front and side window, with a solid fuel fireplace with marble surrounds.

The asking price is €397,500. The BER Rating is B3. For further information, contact Sherry FitzGerald on 091 569123. A virtual viewing is available.

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