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John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 8 Clybaun Court. This property, which has just come on the market, is situated in a quiet, mature, housing development on the Clybaun Road in Knocknacarra.
John Quinn is currently offering for sale a magnificent five bedroom detached family home in Sli An Bhradain, Claregalway.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a stunning four bed semidetached family residence located in the much sought after residential development of Sceilg Ard on the Headford Road, Galway. This development was built in the early 2000s and the estate is meticulously maintained with beautifully presented green areas, mature trees and shrubbery.
John Quinn has received instructions to offer for sale No 25 Emerson Avenue, a fabulous four bedroom detached property on an attractive site in a lovely cul-de-sac location in Salthill.
Lynch auctioneers is offering for sale this excellent three bedroom semidetached family home, situated overlooking a large green area and within walking distance of the local national school, church, and Moycullen village.
Tom Brett auctioneers is offering for sale one of Galway's finest residential properties. Set in glorious mature gardens on a large, exclusive, and private site, this imposing residence enjoys a stunning location, tucked away on Taylor's Hill, within a short walk of the city centre, Salthill, and all conceivable amenities including primary and post primary schools, shops, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and numerous sporting clubs including Galway Golf Club and Galway Lawn Tennis Club.
Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale a stunning detached home which is set in beautiful landscaped gardens at Ower, a short distance from Headford.
The new Audi Q8 crossover goes on sale here this month with an on the road price of €103,050 for the 3.0TDI (286HP).
Salthill was a quiet fishing village, existing independently from Galway town, until the Victorian obsession for health and fresh air eventually came to the west of Ireland. Invigorating salt-sea baths, salt-water showers, and, as I mentioned in former weeks, confined bathing opportunities for women; but where men could hire togs for some manly swimming and diving. By 1828 it was noted that there were 40 to 50 neat lodges along its sea shore, where there were only two or three a few years before.
The first nationwide survey by Irish Business Against Litter of rivers, beaches, and harbours has revealed Salthill to be 'Clean to European Norms', but the River Shannon at Portumna ‘heavily littered’, and Loughrea, Kinvara, and the River Corrib in Galway city, ‘moderately littered’.