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Paul Healy

Four-bedroomed bungalow at The Walk, Roscommon




Connaughton Auctioneers have for sale a spacious four-bedroomed bungalow located in the sought-after area of ‘The Walk’ in Roscommon Town. The area is within close proximity to all amenities in Roscommon Town.

  The driveway is tarmacadamed and kerbed with enough space for up to four cars. There is a large enclosed private walled garden to the rear and a selection of garden sheds.

  This accommodation is surprisingly large and spacious internally with wooden flooring and built-in wardrobes in all bedrooms. The sitting room has two windows affording plenty of light with an open fireplace which is located to the left of the reception hallway.

  The kitchen/dining room with bay window is the full width of the property from front to back with fully fitted units, sliding patio doors to side, tiled flooring in kitchen area, wooden flooring in dining/living area with open fireplace, which would be suitable for the addition of a stove if so desired. The utility room is also spacious with door off leading to rear gardens and a WC off.

  Four bedrooms are located to the right of the reception hallway with each accommodating a double or king-sized bed. The master bedroom is located to the front with large bay window and a fully tiled ensuite bathroom.

  Features include: oil-fired central heating, mains water and sewerage, tarmacadamed driveway, range of shrubbery and flower beds and three garden sheds to rear.

  This area is quiet and located in a crescent of only five detached bungalows.

  For further details contact the office on 090-66 63700 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Attractive home in a bustling town





Sherry FitzGerald P. Burke (Roscommon) presents an attractive three-bedroomed detached country home to the market situated only two minutes from the bustling town of Mountbellew, Co. Galway. It comes to the market with an asking price of €250,000.

  This newly-renovated house has been modernised to an extremely high standard and is in excellent condition throughout. The welcoming hallway leads to a large, bright, spacious sitting room on the right with timber flooring, a solid wood burning stove and patio doors with lead to the rear garden.

  To the left of the hallway is a dining room with bright timber flooring and a remote-controlled heating system. Off the dining room is a newly-fitted kitchen with fully integrated appliances. There is also a family bathroom with a large corner bath on the ground floor.

  Upstairs there are three bright and spacious double bedrooms, all with new flooring and fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has an ensuite and there is also a beautifully tiled shower room on the upper floor. For extra storage there is access to the attic space via stira stairs.

  Externally the house possesses manicured gardens to the front, side and rear. The property is a short stroll from Mountbellew and all the local amenities including primary and secondary schools, pubs, a church, restaurants and a variety of shops. Viewing is highly recommended.

  For further details on this beautiful home, contact P. Burke of Sherry Fitzgerald, Roscommon on 090-6627200 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Drop in residential property sales



Residential property sales in Roscommon fell by almost 10% according to a new study.

   The study, based on an analysis of the Property Price Register, saw property sales in Roscommon decrease by 9.5% in the space of a one-year period.

  These figures show that for the first half of 2018, 379 properties were sold in the county, while for the opening six months of 2019, this figure fell to 343.

  However, the value of property purchases in Roscommon rose by 1.4% during the same time period.

  In 2018, the total sales figure for the first six months of the year was 43,330,903. This has risen to 43,944,610 for the opening half of 2019.

  Roscommon’s sales figure for 2019 is the third lowest among the nine counties surveyed, with only Leitrim and Monaghan having lower property values.

  Galway saw the biggest rise in sales with a 6.4% increase, although the value of properties in the county fell by 1.1% during the one-year period.

  Leitrim had the lowest value of sales during the period – at €20.8 million – with the value of property falling by 14.5%.

  The study shows that the number of sales nationally during the first half of 2019 increased by 1.2% compared to the same period last year. 

  There were 25,192 sales nationally in the first half of the year. The value of those transactions stayed relatively steady, just 0.6% lower than in the same period a year ago.





Final offers invited for Scramogue property



David Diffley (MIPAV, TRV) of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon is this week inviting final offers for an exclusive waterside two-storey residence.

  The property stands on approx. 4.8 acres with water frontage onto Lough Key at Doon, Boyle.

  David describes the residence as “a beautifully presented five-bedroomed dormer-style residence standing on a wonderfully mature site area of approx. 1.08 acres with uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside. The said property has been carefully maintained and is presented for sale in excellent condition by the present owners”.

  The residence is spacious throughout and is only a short drive from Strokestown and the main N5 Dublin/Western route. This is a ‘must view’ property.

  The auctioneers now invite immediate viewings and final offers after €200,000 to sell. For further details, please contact David Diffley (MIPAV, TRV) of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon on 090-6626579, log on to www.propertypartners.ie or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..