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Paul Healy

Fantastic six-bedroom dormer bungalow in Roscommon on market

David Diffley MIPAV, of Property Partners Earley in Roscommon town, is offering to the market a primely located six-bedroom dormer style residence of about 2,100 sq. ft., finished to a very high standard, at Ardsallagh More, Athlone Road, Roscommon town.

  David describes the property as “a highly attractive six-bedroom spacious detached residence, built in 1999, located in a much sought-after residential location, convenient to Roscommon town and just off the Athlone Road.”

  The residence is presented for sale in excellent condition throughout and offers spacious living accommodation tastefully decorated and well maintained by its previous owners.

  Standing on a beautifully mature and spacious site area, the property briefly comprises of reception/hallway, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility room, w/c, shower room, and six bedroom in all with two ensuite.

  Altogether, this is a quality property to come on the market in a highly select area for which the auctioneers now invite immediate viewings and all offers to sell.

  For further details or to arrange a viewing, please contact David Diffley MIPAV of Property Partners Earley, Stone Court, The Square, Roscommon on 090-6626579 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Great value at Newbridge

Connaughton Auctioneers, Athleague, are delighted to bring to the market for sale two properties in Killian, Newbridge, Co. Galway.

  The residences are described as being attractive, new four-bedroom two-storey residences built to a very high standard located in a quiet countryside setting in close proximity to Shiven soccer grounds.

  The residences boast spacious living accommodation throughout.

  These houses are being sold as they stand and with a price region of €90,000 each and viewing comes highly recommended. 

  Contact the office on 090-6663700 for further information/viewing.




Price reduced on Castle Street house

Connaughton Auctioneers, Athleague, are delighted to announce that the price has been reduced on a prime four-bedroom two-storey residence at Castle Street, Roscommon town.

  The residence has unrivalled views of Roscommon Castle, standing a quarter of an acre mature private site. 

  The residence boasts spacious living accommodation throughout with large garage adjoining. Viewing is strictly by appointment only. 

  Contact the office on 090-6663700 for further information/viewing. 

Property Partners Earley responds to Budget 2016

Responding to the measures announced in last week’s Budget, John Earley FIPAV, director of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon town, welcomed the postponement of the property tax re-evaluation until 2019.

  He said that this would mean that home-owners would not be faced with significant increases in their local property tax in 2017, as a result of increased property values.

  John also welcomed the announcement of an increase of the Capital Acquisitions Tax tax-free threshold, for transfers of properties between parents and their children, which rises from €225,000 to €280,000.

  This is expected to be the start of a process that will see it increase to €500,000 over a three to five-year period.

  “It is clear that there is a market failure in the provision of new housing across the country but particularly in Dublin,” said John.

  “Driven by demographic demands and strong economic growth, there is a requirement for a minimum of 10,000 new units per annum in the Dublin area but the market only delivered 3,300 units in the last year.

  “In response, Nama is aiming to deliver a target of 20,000 residential units before the end of 2020.

  “Ninety per cent of these units will be in the greater Dublin area. About 75 per cent of these units will be houses, mainly starter homes. NAMA will deliver these units by working with developers.

  “Achieving this new target by the end of 2020 means delivering on average 80 new housing units every week across some 100 active sites.

  “This commitment will require funding of the order of €4.5 billion, which will all be recovered, and will support 30,000 house building and ancillary jobs based on peak funding.

  “This initiative will not compromise Nama’s debt repayment commitments, Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said.”

  For more details of how the Budget will affect you, please contact John Earley, FIPAV or David Diffley, MIPAV at Property Partners Earley, Stonecourt, The Square, Roscommon on 090-6626579.