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The Columban Hall is described as a bizarre high-Victorian building with a gabled facade of opus incertum with a small porch, polychrome arches to the windows, a star shaped west window, and a curious chunky top-knot. It was originally built as a Congregational Church, designed by Raffles Brown and completed in 1863. Our photograph (courtesy of the National Library) was taken just a few years later.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers sold a record number of properties in its July auction. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce had a vast number of Galway properties, with huge interest from both investors and owner occupiers.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers went into the auction room last Friday for the fourth time this year and with its biggest catalogue to date. Starting with 67 properties, 64 went under the hammer. The all-day auction was separated into two sessions, one in the morning and a second session after lunch.
O’Donnellan & Joyce held the largest property auction ever in the west of Ireland on Friday July 21 when properties from Sligo to Limerick, right throughout the western seaboard, went under the hammer in its much acclaimed Wild Atlantic Way all day property auction. The auction attracted more than 500 people into the Harbour Hotel which was packed to capacity with barely standing room available in the auction room.
The team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with final enquiries for their list of more than 70 properties for sale in the company’s next Wild Atlantic Way All day auction which will be held tomorrow, July 21.