Leading auctioneering firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard last week launched the latest in its summer series of auctions. Following the company’s successful May auctions, which saw ten lots be brought to the market, it has brought six more lots to the open market with huge interest already reported at the twice-weekly open viewings.
Having received excellent results with the sales of eight of the lots in the May auctions, including the much published and talked about Costello Lodge in Cashla, the auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are excited about their latest offerings and are once again extremely confident they will get the right results for their clients. As usual with DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard's auctions, there is something there to attract buyers from across a wide spectrum of the market, with the opportunity to acquire properties ranging from a two bedroom investment property close to the university, to a terraced home in St Mary’s Avenue, Taylor's Hill.
Local house builder O’Malley Construction Company, which has been building homes in Galway city since 1971, will be opening showhouses for viewing this Sunday at Reilean, Roscam, on the east side of the city.
The properties in Reilean are four bedroom houses ranging in size from 1,345sq ft mid/end terrace to 1,855sq ft detached. The larger house type has its own driveway and frontage. A visit to any of O’Malley’s developments across the city demonstrates the builder’s attention to detail, design, and quality. O’Malley has a reputation for well finished developments and beautifully landscaped open spaces. Indeed, O’Malley built homes continue to attract a premium in the second hand property market and are highly sought after.
llman Reynolds is offering for sale by private treaty No 84 Sli Gheal, a mid terrace four bedroom property.
Located on the Ballymoneen Road, the property enjoys an array of local amenities and facilities including bars, restaurants, and shops at both Galway West Retail Park and Joyce's Shopping Centre. Just a short walk away is Knocknacarra public park and Barna Woods. The property is well serviced by public transport to and from the city centre.