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New to the market with Mullery auctioneers are two apartments which represent exceptional value.
Three schools in Westmeath have opted to use grant aid for the purchase of temporary accommodation to build permanent classrooms instead, according to the Minister for Education and Science, Batt O’Keeffe.
The cost of prefab rental in Galway city and county for both primary and post-primary schools from January to December 2009 is estimated to soar to €1.84 million, according to figures obtained from the Department of Education and Science.
Tony Joyce of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has recently brought to the market Number 1 Sheerwater House, just off Dominick Street, Galway. This is an outstanding city centre duplex apartment in a highly sought after development. Located in the heart of the city, this two bedroom apartment combines excellent, practical, accommodation with a superb location.
The draft development plans for both Ballyhaunis and Ballinrobe were passed by the elected members of the Claremorris electoral area committee this week. The members considered the manager’s report on the submissions made by the public and other bodies to the original draft plan which was published earlier this year.
More than 70 houses belonging to the Galway City Council remain unsold after months on the open market, but they cannot be turned into social houses for rent, and if sold would end up being sold at a loss.
No 68 is an outstanding apartment in fantastic condition, overlooking the castle at Coillte Mhuirlinne, adjacent to grounds of Merlin Park. It is close to the library, local shops, and church, with easy access to city centre and the east side of the city.
McInerney Homes had its first of two open Christmas weekends at the popular Coill Tíre development next to Merlin Woods last weekend. Over the wet and wild weekend some 60 people attended the show apartment at Coill Tíre. Three of the two bed apartments were sold at the weekend.
Following a dramatic price reduction in the exclusive development at The Orchard, Moylough, prior to Christmas, Tony Joyce has reported that the dramatic reduction in prices enticed a huge number of enquiries for the remaining properties and that six individual houses were sold within a week, proving that while times in the property market remain difficult, when a property is priced at a significantly reduced realistic price the level of interest is immense.