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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering to the market three excellent properties located in Galway city centre. These properties are for sale by private treaty and viewing is highly recommended. They would be ideal owner occupier residences or gilt edged investments.
It is a case of quality over quantity at Don Colleran's next auction as all properties are in very desirable and much sought after locations within the city including on the banks of the canal and the shores of the bay. With prices starting at €185,000 there is something for everyone, including first time buyers, investors, those looking for a detached home, or somewhere to retire within the city centre.
O'Donnellan & Joyce brings to the market a superb three bed mid-terrace city centre residence. No 8 St Joseph’s Avenue, Henry Street, is one of the finest properties to come to the open market in recent years. The property retains its original facade but was substantially renovated and extended in 2005 to provide an excellent interior.
The Bish has added another basketball trophy to its cabinet, winning the U14A Subway Schools Cup on Monday.
St Joseph's Secondary School, Foxford was crowned FAI Schools John Murphy National Cup champions in Athlone on Wednesday afternoon.
Westport United's reward for last Sunday's 1-0 win over Usher Celtic in the sixth round of the FAI Junior Cup is a trip to take on Peake Villa from Tipperary.
The home economics department and talented transition year bakers from St Joseph's Secondary School, Castlebar, will once again be hosting their annual cake sale fundraiser in conjunction with Rua on Sunday October 14 next from 12pm.
Moycullen basketball star Paul Kelly is one of the shining lights for the Ireland U18 men's team this week.
Heskin auctioneers brings to the market this two storey semidetached home on Newcastle Road.
STEEPED IN the culture of his native Middle East, Israeli lutenist Ziv Braha is also a man very much at home with English Renaissance music. He is about to make his Galway debut, playing the Galway Early Music Festival this weekend, but his journey to classical and early music began in a most unexpected way.