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2 An Fearban, Coismeig Mor, Furbo, Co. Galway

Prices from €695,000 For Sale by Private Treaty 213 sqm approx

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Bóthar na Gréine, Barna, Co Galway, H91 YDC6

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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.

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