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Price Comparison: What can I buy around Galway for under €400,000?

From a five-bed in Ballyglunin to a three-bed in the city centre.

WITH PROPERTY ACROSS the country in such high demand, it can be difficult to get an idea of what your money will get you. 

That’s why each week, we pick a number of homes in a specific county, to make things a little easier to grasp. 

This week, we’re looking at properties around Galway with an asking price of €400,000 or less.

Five-bed, detached, Ballyglunin – €320,000

Although it stands on half an acre and offers scenic countryside views, this five-bed home is close to villages like Abbeyknockmoy and Corofin. It’s also just 8 minutes from Tuam, and 15 minutes from Athenry. The home, originally a four-bedroom bungalow built in 1989, now features an attic conversion with a bedroom that has an en suite bathroom and an office space. 

Downstairs includes a spacious sitting room with an open fire, a large kitchen/dining area, utility room, four bedrooms and a family bathroom. With a security alarm system already installed, a sizable garage, mature gardens and ample natural light make this a safe and spacious home for a family.

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Three-bed, end of terrace, Galway city centre – €350,000

131 College Road is a spacious three-bed house in the city centre.  Just a 10 minute walk from Eyre Square, it has views over Lough Atalia. This house has a total floor area of about 116 m² when you include the attic. The ground floor features a generously-sized living room and a kitchen with back access. Upstairs, three well-proportioned bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom, and a main bathroom await. 

A full staircase leads to the bright attic room with ample space. Extra features include solid internal doors, double-glazed PVC windows and oil central heating. A prime location, quality finishes and panoramic views ensures this home ticks a lot of boxes.

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Four-bed, detached, Moylough – €295,000

This 121 m² bungalow in Cooloo is a well presented home on a quarter of an acre that has been landscaped. Inside, the entrance hall leads to an impressive kitchen/diner with modern fittings, a utility room and a light-filled living room with a feature fireplace. 

The four double bedrooms include fitted wardrobes, and the master bedroom features its own bathroom. A spacious family bathroom and a large, floored attic with plenty of storage completes this home. Country living just a short commute from Galway city, it’s also close to a national school. This bungalow offers the best of both worlds.

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Four-bed, semi-detached, Roscam – €395,000

This well-presented home in Roscam’s Boireann Bheag development is just 6 km from Galway city. Built by O’Malley Construction in about 2006, it spans 122 m² and offers quality finishes throughout. The ground floor features a spacious living room, dining area, kitchen with utility and guest toilet. Upstairs, four bedrooms with built-in wardrobes await, with the main bedroom that has its own bathroom. Two bedrooms at the back overlook Oranmore Bay. 

This property has a private back garden that’s not overlooked. With a modern style, it’s ideally located, close to schools, transport links and the motorway, offering a peaceful yet convenient location close to the city. 

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