Tony Kavanagh

Tony Kavanagh

Director, Head of Residential (Galway)

Sherry FitzGerald Galway

Key Skills:
With expertise in residential agency of both new and previously owned homes, to include such skills as valuations, marketing, sales and acquisitions of residential properties.

Tony started his career in 1986 and has worked in the property industry since. He has worked in counties Wexford, Wicklow, Dublin and since 1999 in Galway. Tony joined the Sherry FitzGerald Group in 1996 and worked in the Drumcondra office, managed the Lucan office and in 1999 became a Director and moved to manage the Sherry FitzGerald Galway City office. He has huge experience in the sale of second hand and new homes and has handled the sale of some of Galway’s highest value residential properties and some of the City’s largest new homes developments. Other experience includes valuation of residential property, acting as an expert witness and experience in letting and management of residential properties. His responsibilities include the running and development of Sherry FitzGerald’s Residential Business in Galway City in sales, letting and management.

• Member Society Chartered Surveyors Ireland (MSCSI)
• Member Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS)

Tony's Properties For Sale    View All

Glann, Clybaun Road, Knocknacarra, Galway, H91 RH5V Viewing: 23rd Jun, 13:15h -13:45h

€595,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 183 sqm approx

A quality detached home on a large 0.47 acre site with West facing rear garden and located on the “Old” Clybaun Road close to Joyce’s Shopping Centre. Built in the early 1970’s it was designed to accommodate expanding families with large well proportioned and spacious rooms.

On entering the house your first impressions are of light and space, from wide entrance hall it leads to main reception room and dining room, also on ground floor are kitchen, playroom/study, converted garage. On first floor are four bedrooms master en suite and main bathroom. The house is well cared for and maintained, but is at stage where it will benefit from modernisation and has ample scope to accommodate further development.

Gardens are a big feature of this home as they are large, mature with established trees, shrubs and well defined boundaries. The house is well set off the road offering privacy and the rear garden is West facing hence enjoying afternoon and evening sun. The large wide site offers potential purchaser opportunity to further develop the property if required.

BER G Rating
'Clarin House', Stradbally East, Clarinbridge, Co. Galway

€2,150,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 688 sqm approx

An outstanding architect designed contemporary home enjoying a magnificent tranquil setting in an extremely fashionable location and set within some 7.65 acres of mature pleasure grounds, offering privacy and seclusion bordered by mature woodland, making the house and gardens extremely private and peaceful.

The immediate area and wider Clarinbridge are highly sought after and fashionable in the Galway area. Nearby Clarinbridge is some 1.2 miles/2 km away and is a thriving village providing a good range of local amenities that include shopping and schooling facilities and a number of restaurants, churches and pubs, including such well known public houses as ‘Paddy Burkes' and ‘Moran's on the Weir'. The Clarinbridge Oyster Festival is held every September and attracts visitors from every corner of Ireland and further afield internationally.

Clarin House is a delightful contemporary residence built to an extremely high standard in 2005 and incorporates elite finishes, building methods, the highest quality and standard of modern conveniences. All made the more endearing as they hide behind the attractive and rustic stone exterior of a talented stone masonry rarely found today. Set back from the road and protected by contemporary designed timber and polished steel gates set in a fine limestone entrance splay a gravelled drive leads to a cobbled courtyard outside the house. The pleasure grounds extend to some 7.65 acres and are thoughtfully designed around the house with a pleasure path circumventing the outside perimeter of the land and linking to the adjoining woodland with a walking path to provide a superb walking amenity. Garden terraces linking the inside accommodation to the gardens are complimented by a carefully planned arrangement of shrubs and flowering borders.

BER B3 Rating

Tony's Properties Recently Sold    View All

2 Carragh Grove, Salthill, Galway, H91 EH1K Sale Agreed

€575,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 156 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to bring to the market this established and high caliber home in the much sought after development of Carragh Grove. Homes in this vicinity are scarce in the marketplace and viewing to highly recommended to really appreciate what is on offer.

No. 2 is ideally positioned within the development overlooking a central green with the added benefit of a large South West facing rear garden. Carragh Grove is a well maintained and established scheme of detached residences located within walking distance of the Salthill Promenade and the Galway Golf Course with a huge array of amenities all within close proximity too. Galway City Centre is only 2 miles away with regular bus services in the area.

BER C1 Rating
Bóthar na Gréine, Barna, Co Galway, H91 YDC6 Sold

€800,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 350 sqm approx

Substantial detached family residence on a 0.86 acre site of well planned established gardens overlooking Galway Bay. Architect designed by Simon J. Kelly Architects and built in 1998 the residence offers extensive accommodation and takes full advantage of the site and natural features particularly views, aspect, light and sun. Barna is a popular seaside village just west of Galway City and is well known for its quality restaurants, the 12 Hotel, has primary schools, shops and a pier onto Galway Bay. Bóthar na Gréine, is only 2 km from the village and is in a small cul-de-sac road with 6 detached homes.

On entering the house one is struck by the space and light, from the entrance hall all the way through the house. Many of the rooms have dual aspects all with views of the established gardens and many particularly reception rooms with views of Galway Bay. The rooms are well proportioned, bright and airy. The current owners, who have been occupiers from day one, fitted the house to a high standard with quality fittings throughout. The thermal efficiency of the house has been improved over recent years with extra insulation in walls, loft, new burner in boiler, addition of solar panels for heating of water and space. Concrete built home with concrete block internal walls, concrete stairwell and first floors.

The care and attention given to the residence extends to the gardens, originally landscaped with care. It has matured well with established trees, shrubs, hedgerows and lawns, fruit garden, vegetable garden. A large South-West facing patio off principle reception rooms. Tarmacadam drive to front, side and rear.

BER C1 Rating
Bencor, 33 Kingston Road, Kingston, Galway Sold

€649,000 - Sold Price|4 Bedrooms, 236 sqm approx


8th of March 2018 at the Leopardstown Pavilion, Dublin at 13.00.

Substantial two and a half storey detached family home on a site of approximately .29 Acres overlooking Galway Golf Course and with views towards Galway Bay. The original home was built on this site circa 1930’s and for many years was the home of the resident Golf Professional at Galway Golf Course. The house was substantially extended in the late 1980’s early 1990’s to provide the home that exists today. It is at a stage in its life cycle that it will benefit from modernisation and thought to take full advantage of the site and scope it offers.

BER C2 Rating