On 18th December 2021 one lucky winner will win the keys to a beautiful new 3 bed house in Athenry, Co. Galway
39 The Willows, Raheen, Athenry, Co Galway
3 Bedroom House Square Footage: approx 1312 Sq Ft
- Photos shown are from a showhouse, this is not the house in the draw.
Externally these homes are especially attractive with the inclusion of a natural stone finish, black UPVC windows, and professional landscaping. Internally these wonderful homes with an A-3 Rating come complete with quality fitted wardrobes and Kitchen units ( PC Sum Allocation ). On the ground floor, you will have the luxury of Underfloor heating. All downstairs will be finished on concrete screed floor.
The Willows is located on the outskirts of the historic town of Athenry. The town is a hive of activity and community which is an accessible part of the country with the Galway to Dublin mainline train, the Galway to Dublin M6, and Limerick to Tuam M18 motorways. Shannon Airport is a mere 40 mins away on the M18 motorway. With all these transport links converging at this historical town it is truly the crossroads of Connacht ensuring your property will be a sound investment with good capacity for capital appreciation as well as a convenient home for you and your family or a holiday home for the races or maybe even an Air Bnb! There are so many options with this prize!
Here are the house details:
- Living Room
- Bedroom 1 with ensuite
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
Here are some further specifications of the house:
- A2 Rated dwelling
- Masonary block construction
- Dwelling constructed to current building regulation and standards.
- Elevations of limestone and nap render finish.
- External render painted
- Title freehold
- P.V.C Triple glazed windows
- Air to water heating system with Joule heat pump.
- Aluminum Radiators
- Time and temperature zone controls
- 100% low energy lighting
- High Quality Regency doors
- Homebond structural gaurentee
- Moulded skirting and architraves
- Aluminium gutters and downpipes
- P.V.C Soffit and Facia
- Interior fully painted
- High Quality sanitary ware
- MDF stairs with Solid wooden ballustardes
- Bathroom and en-suite wall and floor tiles (PC Sum)
- Patio area to rear of dwelling
Athenry The Place With Everything
The Fields of Athenry
Want to live in the FAMOUS Athenry?
The town of Athenry is immortalised in the song ‘The Fields of Athenry’ which was written by Pete
St. John in the 1970s. It tells the story of a young man who is caught stealing corn from Lord Trevelyn during the Irish Famine and who is deported to Botany Bay in Australia as punishment.
The song has been recorded by several Irish Artists, the most successful of which was Paddy Reilly whose recording remained in the Irish Charts for 72 weeks in 1983.
It may now be regularly heard on terraces and stands throughout Ireland and internationally as it has been adopted by Rugby and Football teams.
The fields of Athenry are calling you! Make sure you buy your ticket, to be in with a chance to live in this amazing town, community and culture. Athenry is not just a place but an internationally famous location and brand you can call home.
You Could Be Living….
1 mins walk to the adjacent 4 star Raheen Woods Hotel with restaurant, bar, swimming pool and spa
10 mins walk to Athenry Train Station.
2 mins to the popular 5km/6km local walking route, home of the famous 10Km St. Stephens Day Run. Great local sports and atheltic clubs. Local woods and parks just a drive away. 20 mins drive to a swim in a lake or sea!
15 mins walk to local playground with specialised accessibility equipment and walkways.
5 mins walk to secondary school
15 mins walk to local primary schools
10 mins walk to local award winning cafe’s, butchers, shops and pubs.
5-10 mins walk to Local Fitness Clubs
15 mins walk to the library
Athenry is the best-preserved medieval town in Ireland, retaining the upstanding remains of most of its original high-status buildings. With the excellently preserved Athenry Castle, Dominican abbey, St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, and over seventy percent of the medieval town walls, complete with an impressive arched gateway, five defensive towers. Athenry provides visitors with an excellent insight into the heritage of medieval Ireland.
The remains of St. Mary’s Collegiate Church is now the award-winning Athenry Arts & Heritage Centre. Our outdoor market takes place in the square, the market dates back to 1629 and the remains of a very fine market cross still stand.
Living in this town steeped in history gives you an incredible sense of culture and appreciation. Sitting having a coffee on one of the park benches adjacent to our incredible castle is an everyday experience for us, but an experience sometimes only seen in movies. Make sure you buy your ticket to have this everyday movie experience,
Athenry is an important junction town on rail and land to Dublin, Cork and Limerick cities AND Knock, Dublin and Shannon Airport.
Athenry railway station serves the town of Athenry in County Galway. The station lies on the Dublin to Galway intercity service and Galway to Limerick and Galway to Athenry commuter services.
No matter where you need to go you are never too far away with the motorway access just off Athenry.
Athenry’s future is bright with a multitude of schools including a range of primary schools and 3 secondary schools The Presentation College, Clarin College and Coláiste an Eachréidh, gaelscoil. Both the Presentation College and Clarin College received new state fo the art buildings completed in 2020. Coláiste an Eachréidh is on track to build a new school in the coming years also. Athenry is one of the few towns to hold both a primary and secondary gaelscoil ensuring our culture and language continue to grow with our enterprising youth.
Many people have left cities to move to Athenry for the community spirit and to rear their children in a town that wants the best for itself and its people.
Most mornings and evenings you will see a lot of walkers and joggers doing the great walking paths ranging from 5,8,10km around Athenry. There are plenty of well-lit paths, so you can create many routes of any distance.
Living in Athenry is like living in the epicenter of a sporting playground. Whatever sport you like camogie, hurling, soccer, football, basketball, running, swimming, kayaking, mountain climbing, hiking, sailing, or walking. Athenry is the doorstep to the fittest version of you that you can imagine.
Athenry is an incredible place to work, rest and play! Athenry has role model small and larger international businesses employing from 1 to 101 across 200 + businesses helping improve the economic growth of Athenry and Ireland.
Athenry is strategically located in the economic corridor stretching from the thriving Galway city to the town of Athenry. Sitting on the axis of the M6 and M17/M18 and on the main Dublin train line as well as the Western Rail Corridor it is accessible to all locations including Dublin, Galway city (15 minutes), Limerick, Cork, Mayo, and Sligo with Athlone only a short trip away.
As well as the long list of established businesses in Athenry, we are delighted to welcome the new BIA Innovator Campus, which is in construction, this is an exciting new addition that will transform the food ecosystem nationally, which has the potential to create a cluster of high paid and high impact Foreign Direct Investments jobs.
All of this and it’s a wonderful place to live, with its layers of history and community, to add the fact that we are also an enterprising town and future-focused to implement a vision we have to make Athenry the best town it can be while maintaining our culture and community, is even more reasons for you to buy your ticket fast and be in with a chance to live in this incredible town of Athenry.
Local and International Festivals
Athenry is a vibrant, community town in County Galway just 15 minutes from Galway City, via the motorway. We are blessed to live in a cosmopolitan county that was awarded City of Culture in 2020. We have an amount of local Athenry and Galway Festivals to choose from, you will always have something to do!
- The Bia Lover Festival
- The International Arts Festival
- The Galway Races
- The Oyster Festival
Galway International Rally
Annual Father Ted fan convention Tedfest
Galway History Festival
Spring Garden, Craft and Food Fair
Westend Easter Street Festival
Bealtaine Festival Galway Theatre Festival
- Oranmore Arts Festival
- Gospel Rising Music Festival
- Galway Burlesque Festival
- Galway Early Music Festival
- 2 Day Fever Pitch Music Festival
- The Irish Country Lifestyle Show
- Galway Uke Festival
- Galway International Food and Craft Festival
- Galway Film Fleadh
Galway Fringe Festival
Galway International Arts Festival
Galway Races – Summer Festival
Buy Your Ticket Now!
All ticket holders enter the monthly draw for €1000, held March-November. The sooner you buy your ticket the more monthly draws you enter.
ONLY 12,000 Tickets For Sale
Days Until Next Monthly Draw - The Big Draw December 18th 2021