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Tomorrow will see leading property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard hold the final auction in its summer series of auctions in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway, at 3pm. The Galway city based firm has been leading the way recently, with its most recent auction in June providing a remarkable 95 per cent sales success rate – the highest anywhere in the country.
Huge levels of interest for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard’s July auctions following first weekend of open viewings
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is already reporting high levels of interest in its July auctions following the first weekend of open viewings. The various properties scattered throughout the city and county kept the auction team busy with potential buyers eager for a first glimpse of the properties, which will be auctioned on Friday July 24 in the Radisson Blu Hotel just before the city launches into Race Week.
A scenic pathway and footbridges spanning the shoreline between Salthill and Silverstrand is the subject of a major new planning application.
A popular Salthill walkway completely disappeared, car parks submerged in water, and businesses left counting the cost of the damage as the sea demonstrated its power during last week’s storm.
Our image today is of a painting entitled Morning – Landing Fish at Blackrock, Galway Bay by an English painter named Thomas Rose Miles dated c1895. There is probably a little artistic licence taken but it is a fascinating study of the bay which is very difficult to capture in paint. There is just a thin strip of land visible on the far side, nothing very dramatic, and of course the light and colours change constantly. The sunlit area we see on the Clare coast corresponds to Ballyvaughan and the landmass to the west of that has been darkened for artistic effect. Though they are probably not visible in this reproduction, there are a lot of fishing boats on the bay.
The results of this year’s Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition have been announced. The overall winner of the Front Garden Competition was Mary Crowe, Ballagh. First prize in the Front Garden - City Council Estate category was awarded to John Connaughton, St. James’ Crescent. The best first time entrant was Eileen Lennon, Renmore. The winners of the Best Window Boxes/Floral Display category were Carolyn Shiels, Oaklands and Bernie Comber, Blakes Lane. Seamus King, St. James’ Crescent won the Best Lawns category.
Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh has reported very high activity levels and good numbers of sale transactions for residential property in Galway city and surrounding areas. Most of the activity tends to be around good quality owner occupier homes in all market categories, from starter homes to luxury homes in prime locations.
A Galway property developer who has unsuccessfully tried to sell properties for more than two years so as to meet loan repayments is in the same situation as many people coming daily before the Commercial Court, a judge remarked yesterday (Wednesday)
Rusheen House is a truly magnificent home located on the main Barna Road enjoying the most panoramic views overlooking Rusheen Bay and Gentian Hill. This modern superior detached residence oozes style and class to provide the ultimate family home with every facility at your doorstep. Internally this breathtaking family house will leave you in awe. Contains space in abundance with a magnificent finish throughout.
Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh has excellent value on offer this weekend from two bed apartments to four bed detached homes.