Ever dreamed of being a home owner in Ireland? Well this dream could become a reality before the year is out!
Roscommon GAA and Club Rossie in association with Ballymore are offering one lucky person the chance to start 2019 as the owner of a brand new 3 bedroom house in Ashtown, Dublin 15, Ireland. The stunning house is under 5 miles from Dublin City Center, close to the idyllic Phoenix Park and just 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. The perfect place to call home away from home! This new house is valued at $489,000.
Welcome guests to the fabulous reception areas at the hub of the home (pictured above), a perfect space for families and friends. Style meets function in the spacious and inviting living spaces. The Living and Dining spaces are comfortable and stylish, complementing the bespoke, high-spec, Kitchen. Upstairs, classical elegance mixes with contemporary fittings in the beautiful bathrooms, which are stunning yet practical.
You can live in it or you can sell it!
Other brilliant prizes include
– €5,000 cash
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– A Mediterranean cruise
– A two-night stay and evening meal for two in the Twelve Hotel, Barna, County Galway
– A two-night stay and evening meal for two with the Hodson Bay Group
– A 49” flat screen television
– Pair of All Ireland Football Final tickets
– Pair of All Ireland Hurling Final tickets
Tickets are just €100/$115 approx. and proceeds from this fundraiser go towards Roscommon GAA, developments of Dr Hyde Park and the future building of the Dermot Earley Center of Excellence which will be used by all the young people on the county. Gift someone a chance to change their life with a ticket to the Win A House In Dublin draw.
Buy now at www.winahouseindublin.com
With a little over one week to go to the draw, Club Rossie are delighted to announce that we have sold over 10,000 tickets to this once in a lifetime draw.
The Draw takes place on December 30th and will be broadcast live on the Club Rossie Facebook page.
Club Rossie is a subgroup of Roscommon GAA County Board which has been given responsibility for raising money for Roscommon Gaelic games. This facilitates Officers of Roscommon GAA to devote their full energy to the promotion and administration of Gaelic Games in the county rather than acting as full time fundraisers.
Club Rossie was launched in February 2014 with a number of key objectives, which they continue to work to:
– Act as the main commercial and fundraising arm for Roscommon Gaelic Games.
-Be a sub-committee of Roscommon County Board – operate within GAA structures not as an independent supporters group.
-Develop and instantly recognizable, strong, brand.
-Professional fundraising team with a range of skills including marketing, business and communications.
-Develop supporters groups both in Ireland (Club Rossie Dublin) & abroad (London, USA & Australia in particular).
The funds raised from Win a House in Dublin will be used to develop the facilities of Dr. Hyde Park and to help implement the strategic plan of Roscommon GAA which includes, the future development of the Dermot Earley Centre of Excellence.