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If you are looking for some heat this summer the hottest place in Ireland will be O’Donnellan & Joyce’s property auction on July 24 in the Harbour Hotel.
A four-bedroom detached bungalow in Moate, which is in impeccable condition inside and out, has gone on the market with an asking price of €269,000.
Now that the exact route of the proposed Galway bypass has been identified, affected property owners at various locations across the city are still coming to terms with the fact their homes will have to be knocked to facilitate the road. Other property owners who will not be subject to demolition face the reality of living in extremely close proximity to a busy national artery.
Reaction continues this evening following the revelation of the chosen route for the proposed new Galway city bypass. 41 homes are in line for demolition and 10 more are 'severely affected' by the preferred corridor. At a media briefing earlier today further detail about the new road was revealed.
The speculation about which route the new Galway city bypass will take comes to an end today. A briefing is due to take place this morning (Thursday) which will detail the exact route chosen. The saga has been ongoing since January, when six potential routes for the new road were announced.
Tomorrow (Friday) will see DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard host its second auction of 2015 featuring 30 properties throughout the west of Ireland, on what promises to be an action packed afternoon.
The Connacht Property Auction team is inviting entries for its next auction on April 23, which will be held in The Menlo Park Hotel, Galway.
A selection of new houses in Athenry’s Pairc Na Habhainn estate are offered for sale by Pat Callanan Property Sales Ltd.
With the first quarter of 2015 already drawing to a close, the early indications from the property market have shown no let up in the momentum which emerged in the later part of 2014 with the investor returning to the property market.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has confirmed unprecedented interest in houses in the Roscam area. “In the last eight weeks we have sold a three bed semi in Boireann Bheag, two four bed semis in Ros Caoin, two three bed semis in Ros Caoin, and a two bed apartment in Boireann Bheag,” revealed Fergal Leonard MIPAV MCEI. “We have also just listed a three bed terraced in Ros Caoin, a two bed apartment in Boireann Bheag, and a four bed detached in Boireann Bheag, with no sign of any let-up in viewings. We have a very strong demand for both three and four bed semidetached houses in Boireann Bheag, Ros Caoin, Caiseal Cam, Duirling. Demand for these first time buyer houses in a very well managed and maintained estate always attracts huge interest.”