This is a development of 11 homes ranging from detached to semi detached houses on the outskirts of Athenry town centre in a convenient location on the Monivea road, with all essential services and amenities within walking distances.
All homes are generously proportioned to convey a distinct sense of suburban living. It is also well served by Irish Rail, Bus Eireann and several private Coach Operators.
An Baile Glas is a premium quality architecturally designed development set in the growing town of Portumna. Portumna is on the banks of Lough Derg which joins the river Shannon. Portumna is known as one of the popular stops along the river Shannon. Portumna is steeped in history with the recently renovated Portumna castle. This is a low density development consisting of large 3 & 4 bedroom homes finished to very high specifications and each featuring a stone facade.
The development is cleverly landscaped with attractive green open spaces. Portumna provides an array of amenities including watersports shops, pubs, filling stations, schools, health centre, community hall, church, Garda station, GAA grounds, fishing facilities, Shannon Oaks Hotel, forest walks and a well renowned golf club.
Garrai Glas is situated on the Tuam Road in Athenry. It is in close proximity to the schools and train station and within 5 minutes’ walk of the town centre. It is also situated very close to the proposed ring road around Athenry.
It is a mix of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom architecturally designed homes. They enjoy a high specification insulation, oil fired central heating and a host of standard features, Garrai Glas offers contemporary living in an affordable environment. The spacious kitchens are superbly crafted and have generous storage facilities.
All master bedrooms have ensuite shower as standard.
Lios Na Si
This excellent location has been chosen to create a development which will benefit the homeowner in a growing town dedicated to family living. This exclusive development offers a quality build with a modern, practical layout and a short stroll from the River Shannon and Lough Derg and yet within short walking distance of the town centre with all social and recreational amenities on its doorstep. At the same time Lios Na Si is one-hour commuting time from Galway, Limerick, Tullamore and Athlone.
Portumna offers the perfect environment combining quality living with affordability. The most distinctive feature of this development is the unique design of the stone and cedar facade. The clever layout inside makes the houses very spacious. A large kitchen come diner is bright and airy with a neat breakfast bar for that quick breakfast or lunch. The cosy sitting room is ideal for families or for entertaining guests. All the rooms are generous in size with a high quality fit out. Standard features of this development would include solid oak internal doors and paved driveways. The development consists of 3 and 4 detached and semi-detached houses.
Lorro Gate is a unique development of spacious homes at Prospect Athenry. Creatively designed for contemporary living, Lorro Gate has something for everyone, with an attractive variety of three, four and five bedroom semi-detached homes.
Lorro Gate boasts a comprehensive range of features as standard. Every master bedroom has an en-suite, the superbly crafted fitted kitchens are both functional and spacious and all homes have patio doors leading to their back gardens.
Cúil Dáibhí is situated on the Tuam Road, just past the schools and train station and within 5 minutes’ walk of the town centre.
Athenry has fast become one of the most popular towns in Co. Galway to live. Situated only 15 miles east of Galway city, on the main Galway to Dublin train line, it has become the ideal location for commuters both to Galway and Dublin. It is only 2 hours to Dublin by train and 45mins if you fly from Galway airport which is only 10 miles away! It is the ideal location for families upgrading their homes and moving from Galway city.
While it is a town offering all the modern facilities and amenities it is also a town steeped in the history of the county. Today, Athenry contains some of the finest remaining town walling in Ireland including five towers and a town entrance known as North Gate. The castle, surrounded by its own curtain wall and towers, has been renovated by the Office of Public Works and is annually the scene of a mediaeval-type festival. There is also an Arts & Heritage Centre.
Nearby, stand the ruins of the Dominican Priory, which contains many interesting grave slabs and tombs and if not unique in Ireland, is the 15th century “Lantern” type market cross in the town square.
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