Unsurpassable Views in Meadow View: 3 Bed Bungalow for Sale

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Meadow View, Knockauns, Williamstown, Co. Galway, F45RD36, Ireland, Ballinastack (Ireland)

3 Bedrooms · 0 Bathrooms · 120Floor area



No parking

3 Bedrooms

0 Bathrooms



No pool

Not furnished


This charming three bedroom detached bungalow is located in the picturesque area of Meadow View, Knockauns, Williamstown, Co. Galway and is set on approximately one acre of manicured gardens. This home enjoys breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The present owners have maintained this property with great care.

The internal décor is of a superior standard and consists of a spacious porch, hallway, living room, kitchen/dining area, three bedrooms, and family bathroom. In addition, there is a separate boiler room.

The side entrance to the residence also leads to a large yard area containing a garage, greenhouse and a few sheds, all of which provide an excellent degree of privacy.

Furthermore, this stunning bungalow is only 3 minutes from Williamstown, 6 minutes from Glenamaddy, 24 minutes from Roscommon and just 1 hour from Galway city. Ireland West International Airport (Knock) is also only 36 minutes away.

This truly magnificent property must be seen to be fully appreciated. With its central location, excellent presentation both inside and out, and close proximity to amenities, it makes for an ideal family home.


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