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Three turn-key family homes available to buy in Galway City


by Grace McGettigan
04th Dec 2018
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Famous for its traditional pubs, stone-clad cafés and friendly people, Galway City is seaside culture hub. If you want to live where the Atlantic meets the Corrib, have a look at these three houses available to buy right now.

87 Drisin, Knocknacarra, Galway City Suburbs – €295,000

Just a 12-minute drive from Galway’s city centre, 87 Drisin is ready to move into. With three double bedrooms and three bathrooms, it would make a comfortable family home. The house has been well maintained by its current owners and was tastefully renovated two years ago.

Each of the bedrooms features built-in wardrobes, while the attic can be easily accessed via a Stira staircase. What’s more, there’ a timber-framed shed in the large, rear garden. Other notable features include off-street parking for two cars, a south-facing front garden and oil fired central heating.

According to estate agent Sherry Fitzgerald, the property is located just off the Upper Ballymoneen Road and is well serviced; with schools, a church, recreational facilities, Knocknacarra Retail Park and a creche located nearby.

Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie 

105 Monalee Manor, Ballymoneen Road, Knocknacarra, Galway City – €350,000

This four-bed, semi-detached house at 105 Monalee Manor is just a 10-minute drive from the centre of Galway. Built by Kenny Developments in the early 1990s, it is located next to a wide range of schools and the Knocknacarra Retail Park.

The current owners have kept the property is turn-key condition, ensuring no expense has been spared in its design. Three of the bedrooms are double in size and come with built-in wardrobes. The fourth bedroom is a spacious single, which could also be used as a study.

Outside, the house has a cobble-paved driveway with ample parking; a gated side entrance; a private rear garden with a decked patio area; a gravel landscaped area with water feature and mature planting throughout.

Photo by O’Donnellan & Joyce via Daft.ie Photo by O’Donnellan & Joyce via Daft.ie Photo by O’Donnellan & Joyce via Daft.ie  Photo by O’Donnellan & Joyce via Daft.ie 

The Brook, Ballagh, Bushypark, Galway – €675,000

Built in 1993, this spacious detached property in Ballagh is just a 10-minute drive from Galway City. Its lush, split-level gardens span almost half an acre, offering privacy from surrounding roads (not to mention space for children to play).

There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms; as well as a living room, family room and dining room. The kitchen is fully fitted with mod-cons and comes with a separate pantry for storage.

Other key features include fitted wardrobes, panoramic views of the River Corrib, an antique-style fireplace, and a detached garage to the side of the property.

Photo by O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers Ltd via MyHome.ie Photo by O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers Ltd via MyHome.ie Photo by O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers Ltd via MyHome.ie Photo by O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers Ltd via MyHome.ie 

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