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Huge levels of interest for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard’s July auctions following first weekend of open viewings 

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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.

O’Donnellan & Joyce to place twenty two properties under the hammer tomorrow

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In a mammoth property auction 22 properties will be placed under the auction hammer by O’Donnellan & Joyce tomorrow (Friday) at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway. According to the company this is a must-sell auction and all the properties are attractively priced at discount values in order to secure sales, offering a great opportunity to acquire prime properties throughout the Galway area at exceptional value.

Six properties for auction tomorrow

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O’Donnellan & Joyce will bring six properties to auction tomorrow (Friday) in the Victoria Hotel at 3pm. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce said he anticipates exceptional interest as each property comes with a very attractive reserve (minimum) price in order to achieve sales. There is tremendous variety on offer, from houses in the city centre for first time buyers to homes in the country and substantial detached houses in Salthill.

All eyes on O’Donnellan & Joyce’s first auction of the season

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The Victoria Hotel is expected to be a hive of activity on Friday February 26 when O’Donnellan & Joyce hold its first massive probate and discount property auction. With adverse comments on the state of the market there will be much attention on the event, all eager to establish whether an end is in sight or not.

A dream house in a dream location

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No 31 The Maples on Dr Mannix Road will be auctioned later this month along with No 62 Dalysfort Road and No 13 St Dominic’s Road. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a home in this wonderful location.

The Connacht Tribune, one hundred years

The first issue of the Connacht Tribune was published on May 22, 1909. The newspaper was housed in Market Street, originally known as North Street (the Tribune side was known as North Street West). We know from the 1651 map that the site it occupied was originally part of the Athy Castle, also the castle belonging to the French family and part of the convent occupied by the Poor Clares. There was an underground passage from the convent running under Market Street and branching underground to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. This enabled the nuns who were and are an enclosed order, to attend services in the church, and to use the tunnel as a hiding place in times of persecution.

The Connacht Tribune, one hundred years

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The first issue of the Connacht Tribune was published on May 22, 1909. The newspaper was housed in Market Street, originally known as North Street (the Tribune side was known as North Street West). We know from the 1651 map that the site it occupied was originally part of the Athy Castle, also the castle belonging to the French family and part of the convent occupied by the Poor Clares. There was an underground passage from the convent running under Market Street and branching underground to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. This enabled the nuns who were and are an enclosed order, to attend services in the church, and to use the tunnel as a hiding place in times of persecution.

 

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