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O’Donnellan & Joyce recorded an incredible summer of sales in the Salthill area. Many properties have been sold at record levels exceeding many of its clients’ expectations. According to Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce during lockdown people realised that Salthill has everything that a family could require with the magnificent Promenade and exceptional community facilities on its doorstep.
Built in the 19th century, The Coach House is situated on the edge of Galway Bay in an idyllic setting sheltered by the woodlands of Barna, nestled between Rusheen Bay and Silver Strand. A more pleasant location is hard to imagine.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering an excellent two bed apartment in one of the most popular locations in Galway city. No 48 Dun Na Carraige is a spacious upper floor apartment comprising c75sq m which is ideally positioned across from Salthill Promenade and Blackrock diving tower.
This quality detached dormer style five bed home, set on 0.5 2 acre site, has been lovingly maintained by its current owners since built in 2004. This home offers a tranquil setting surrounded by views of Moycullen Bogs and Galway Bay and is approximately 3km from Barna village.
The East of the Corrib Cycle-Bus is delighted to announce a community cycle this Sunday, 12th September, as part of Bike Week 2021.
Colleran auctioneers has just been favoured with the sale of another luxury detached home in one of Galway’s most exclusive and sought after locations.
Selling agent Kyle O’Brien of DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has listed this one bedroom townhouse located just off the beautiful Long Walk in the quiet development of Cuirt Eanna. Just outside this private development are the stunning views of Galway Bay and Nimmo's Pier. It is adjacent to the historic Spanish Arch and a short stroll to the vibrant Latin Quarter with a host of restaurants and cafes to choose from.
It is not difficult to see why the Claddagh has now become one of Galway’s most sought after areas for both investors and homeowners, as every convenience is literally on the doorstep from the Salthill Promenade to the city centre. Having already sold a number of houses in the Claddagh this year, all for record prices, Don Colleran has just been favoured with yet another, this time only 200 metres from the River Corrib and Galway Bay.
On Saturday October 6 1860 approximately one hundred miles out from Boston, the PS Connaught, one of the biggest and most spectacular transatlantic ships of its day, hit a storm, and sprung a leak. As water poured into the engine room, an auxiliary coal-fired engine was started which sparked a fire which rapidly spread out of control. Flames and smoke forced the 591 passengers and crew on to the top deck.
The Connacht Hospitality Group wasthis week delighted to host Hollywood star Bill Murray and welcome him to Galway Bay Golf Resort. Mr Murray is in Ireland with his family and New York Times best-selling author Tom Coyne to film a new golf series, The Links Life.