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Salthill Prom in the fifties

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The Prom has been much in the news in the last few days. In Victorian times, our ancestors used to advertise the Promenade as a place unrivalled in the country, where a person could take the healthy invigorating air like nowhere else. In those days, it was just a narrow crooked roadway, very rough and untarred, and it extended from Palmer’s Rock to Blackrock. There were no shelters or flower beds, indeed there was hardly any beach, just rocks and shingle and seaweed. The cleaning up process started when breakwaters and piers were built, so there is a lot more beach now than there was 60 years ago. There were no large boulders to strengthen the Promenade, and flooding from the tide was far more regular than it is today – with the experience of this past couple of weeks excepted.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers a fantastic three bedroom penthouse in Renmore

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Ashling Court is a beautiful luxury development located on Ballyloughane Road in Renmore. Constructed in the mid 2000s, the development comprises beautifully appointed two and three bedroom apartments which overlook stunning manicured lawns and shrubberies.

Spacious Salthill apartment offers spectacular views

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Every now and then a very special property comes on the market, and No 23 Croit na Mara in Salthill is certainly one of those properties.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard to bring eight lots to auction tomorrow

Tomorrow (Friday) will see leading property firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard bring eight lots to the floor in the first of its autumn auctions. Following six weeks of open viewings the properties will go under the hammer in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Lough Atalia, with James Heaslip presiding over the day’s proceedings.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launches the first of its autumn auctions

Following the success of its July auctions, leading property firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has launched the first of its autumn auction series with open viewings, which began last weekend.

O’Donnellan & Joyce auction offers incredible value in country homes

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If you are looking for value, then you must view some of the country properties that are on offer in O’Donnellan & Joyce’s auction on Friday May 17 at 3pm in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, when 32 properties go under the auction hammer.

Walking the Prom

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Towards the end of the 19th century, tourism interests in Galway used to advertise the Promenade as a place unrivalled in the country, where one could take the healthy invigorating salt air like nowhere else. In those times, it was just a narrow crooked roadway, very rough and untarred, and the footpath seemed to extend from Palmer’s Rock to roughly opposite the entrance to Rockbarton, if one is to judge from how it finishes in the foreground of our photograph, which was taken c1890. The road was known as the Lower Sea Road. The houses in the background are Belmore, owned by McDonoughs; Brinkwater, owned by Maurice De Courcey Dodd; and Maretimo, owned by the O’Beirne family.

A luxury home beside the sea

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Colleran auctioneers has been favoured with the sale of 114 Ocean Wave, Salthill, located in one of Galway’s most desirable locations just off the Promenade, looking on to Grattan Road and across the bay to the Clare hills.

Colleran’s auction offers value and quality

Colleran auctioneers’ spring auction, which takes place next Thursday April 4, offers great value, variety, and quality, from a detached house in Ballybane with an AMV of only €50,000 to a rare opportunity to purchase a large luxury detached just off Salthill Promenade with an AMV of €460,000.

A luxury home beside the sea

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Colleran auctioneers has been favoured with the sale of 114 Ocean Wave, Salthill, located in one of Galway’s most desirable locations just off the Promenade, looking on to Grattan Road and across the bay to the Clare hills.

 

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