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O’Donnellan & Joyce’s forthcoming auction, which will take place on October 6 from 10am in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, will see more than 60 properties go under the hammer. These properties have attracted exceptional interest not only locally but throughout the country.
56 Central is located in the heart of Galway on Shop Street. 56 Central opened its doors in May and has quickly established itself as a great brunch, lunch, and coffee and cake venue. This eatery, along with its sister company 37 West cafe in Newcastle, brings a very personal experience to eating, with a lot of personality being central to the ethos of what the company does.
Sherry FitzGerald is welcoming No 1 Leas na hAbhainn, Newcastle, Galway, to the market for sale by private treaty. Leas na hAbhann comprises a compact modern block of three own-door individual apartments, located just off Upper Newcastle, directly opposite the grounds of the new engineering facility at NUIG and within easy access of University College Hospital. Both institutions are the largest in Galway city. The block has the added advantage of being situated in a quiet cul-de-sac.
O’Donnellan & Joyce’s property auction on October 2 from 10am in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, will be the largest auction in the west of Ireland this year with enormous interest anticipated.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes No 207 Laurel Park, Newcastle, Galway, to the market for sale by private treaty. Laurel Park is a mature settled location, close to Galway city's largest institutions, NUI Galway and UHG. The area is central and well serviced with public transport while all amenities are within walking distance.
The massive success of O'Donnellan & Joyce's previous auctions, and especially the 2015 auctions, seems to have left no doubt in the minds of most vendors that if you want to sell your property in a reasonably short length of time the auction route is the way to go.
A well known Galway golfer, Peter O’Connor, otherwise known in the golfing world as “Snowball”, recently passed away at the age of 89.
After the stunning victory over Tipperary in the All-Ireland senior semi-final and the euphoria of that win and the minor success over Kilkenny, it was tempting to believe Galway were going to have it all their own way for the next few weeks in intercounty hurling.
Peter Greene was born in Galway city in 1895, the youngest child of Colman Greene from Carna and Julia McGrath from Newcastle. He was educated in the ‘Pres’ and the ‘Mon’, where his teacher Brother Ambrose was a major influence; “Boys, I hope none of you will ever wear the red coat.”