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Houses for sale in Gortnahown, Athenry.
Located in the attractive town of Athenry, just past Joyce’s supermarket, the houses are on a very attractive site, featuring extensive landscaping throughout the development. All houses are fully compliant with the recently introduced BER (B3, under certain conditions).
These 3 bed semi detached house represent excellent value for money starting at €140,000
Athenry is fast becoming one of the most sought after locations in the County with its array of amenities and the convenience of the Railway Station and the New M6 motorway.
Considering buying a house?
Contact The Housing Unit at 091 509300 or
write to the Housing Unit, Prospect Hill, Galway.
You can also download an application form and forward it to us.
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So you want to buy- Show House at Páirc na hAbhann, Athenry.
Galway County Council announces the sale of phase 2 of its developement, in Athenry. Located in Gortnahown, just past Joyce’s supermarket, the houses are on a very attractive site, featuring extensive landscaping throughout the development. All houses are fully compliant with the recently introduced BER (B3, under certain conditions).
Contact Housing Dept; 091 509434 or 509282
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