GAA club giving away beautiful four-bed house as raffle prize
How would you like to own your own four-bed Irish home surrounded by beautiful countryside and bustling cities?
Well, that dream could be a reality for you for as little as €100.
St Fechin’s GAA Club in Termonfeckin, Co Louth are running a raffle with a star prize that will change someone’s life forever.
A newly built €280,000 home in the picturesque village of Termonfeckin, Co Louth is the star prize of the contest.
The semi-detached property is part of a new development of ‘A’ rated family homes from Meegan Builders.
All the new homes will include state of the art fitted kitchen and appliances, fully tiled bathrooms with heated towel rails, fitted wardrobes in the bedrooms and landscaped gardens and patio.
The village of Termonfeckin is a ideally located for families, with all local amenities including schools, shops and restaurants within easy walking distance.
Dublin is just an hour away by car and golf fans will be excited to find two championship links courses at Seapoint and Baltray are also easily accessible.
As well as the incredible star prize, St Fechin’s are also offering several other great prizes for the top ten tickets drawn, including a seven night Mediterranean Cruise, a new bathroom, a weekend in Barcelona, a 55” LED TV, and a round of golf and dinner at the prestigious Baltray Links course.
The life-changing raffle will be with the draw being made on Sunday 30th December 2018.
That gives you plenty of time to get your raffle ticket and give yourself a chance of becoming the owner of this beautiful house.
If you would like to give yourself a chance at winning one of these star prizes then visit winafeckinhouse.com.
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