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Furbo village is just 9km west of Galway city and is on the Coast Road, offering some of the best scenery and beaches the west has to offer. DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has included a little gem in the first of its summer auctions — this is a traditional cottage style property that is in need of substantial renovation.
Michelle Burke auctioneer & letting agent has brought two spectacular properties to the market.
In 1767, an ad was placed in Faulkner’s Dublin Journal by the second Earl of Altamont Peter Browne Kelly advertising for tradesmen to build a new town as designed by architect William Leeson. This is considered the foundation year of Westport town.
It was Arsene Wenger who is credited with saying that the life of a football manager is like living on a volcano, in that any day may be your last. The same can be said of political life, even if the volcanic eruption is slightly more regularised and comes at a time of expectation, not suddenly erupting, Pompeii-like.
The residential sales team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are, once again, showing they are at the forefront of the Galway property market with their most recent listing being one of the most impressive detached family homes to come to the Galway market in recent times. No 14 Blake's Hill on Gentian Hill is an impressive architect designed home with some of the city’s most impressive views in an unrivalled location.
A cottage that housed a famous Galway hurling family in the late 19th century has been restored from a state of ruin and will be auctioned in the near future.
The final episode of the current popular TV documentary series, Building Ireland, will look at the Corrib navigation system and its canals, which aspired to transform Galway into a major industrial hub, as well as looking at how the National University of Ireland, Galway, came to be located in the city. The episode will air at 8.30pm on RTÉ One tomorrow (Friday) , and will be the final episode in the six-part series.
PJ Lynch, Ireland's Laureate na nÓg, and an acclaimed book illustrator and artist from Belfast, who has won numerous awards for his work, will launch this year's Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
WINNER OF a ‘Lustrum’ Award at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Orla Murphy’s acclaimed play, Remember To Breathe, comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week in a staging by Murphy’s own Figure 8 Productions.
EILEEN GRAY defied categorisation throughout her long life. Born in Enniscorthy, Wexford, in 1878, she was one of the foremost furniture designers and architects of the last century, with her iconic Dragon Chair fetching the highest ever price at auction for a piece of 20th century furniture, yet many people are not familiar with her.