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A pioneer of the all-day property auction both regionally and throughout Ireland, O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers will host its next all-day auction from 10am tomorrow in The Harbour Hotel, with close to 50 properties going under the hammer.
Tremendous variety of family homes going under the auction hammer in O’Donnellan & Joyce’s July 24 auction
O’Donnellan & Joyce is offering a tremendous number of family homes throughout Galway city and the surrounding area in its forthcoming auction on July 24.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 26 Devon Park, Salthill, to the market for sale by private treaty. Salthill has long been regarded as one of Galway’s most enviable addresses. Buying into Devon Park is not just buying a property; you will be buying a quality of life. Within walking distance of the sea, the city centre, and schools of all levels, this is an exceptional location.
If you are looking for some heat this summer the hottest place in Ireland will be O’Donnellan & Joyce’s property auction on July 24 in the Harbour Hotel.
Shantalla Place was a little development of 23 houses which were built by a man named Birmingham, Nos 1 to 6 are on the Rahoon Road, and Nos 7 to 23 form a terrace just off that road. Originally, it was called Birmingham Terrace, later Sycamore Drive, before they finally settled on Shantalla Place. Mothers on this terrace used to warn their children not ‘to go down to the scheme’ when the rest of Shantalla was being built.
Our photograph today is of the Galway Committee of the Pharmaceutical Union who organised a national conference of their peers here in the early 1960’s. They are, back row; Paul Hayes, Lydon’s Pharmacy; Gussie Hayes, Portumna; Tommy Farmer a medical rep and also a qualified pharmacist who lived and worked out of Devon Park. In front are Eibhlín Ó Beirn, Ó Beirn’s Pharmacy, Henry Street; Mary Breen; Mary Barry who worked in Merlin Park; Judy Walsh, Spiddal; Síle Ó Beirn, Henry Street; Laura Cunniffe, William Street and Salthill.
It is very easy to see why Salthill has remained so popular despite all the new developments that have followed in recent years. Devon Park was built when spacious living accommodation and large gardens were not additional extras. Colleran auctioneers has just offered for sale by private treaty No 81 Devon Park, a wonderful, bright, six bedroom semidetached home with large sun-filled back garden.
The great strength of the Gaelic Athletic Association is that it has spread into virtually every street and small village in the country. Having players and supporters all over Ireland has made this organisation one of the most popular and one of the most powerful in the land.
Acting on the instructions of the current owners, O’Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale this outstanding and unique family home situated at No 95 Devon Park, Salthill, Galway.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold the biggest property auction ever held in the west of Ireland when 32 properties go under the auction hammer tomorrow.