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If you are looking for a starter home or an excellent investment opportunity, then look no further than DNG Martin O’Connor, which is currently offering two superb apartments in the heart of Moycullen village.
DNG Martin O’Connor brings to market this exceptionally attractive three bedroom semidetached family home of circa 1,095sq ft with garage ideal for conversion to further living space. No 34 is superbly positioned within the sought-after Bothar An tSleibhe, a low density mixed development of detached and semidetached properties.
DNG Martin O’Connor presents to the market this commanding, natural stone fronted, 3,122sq ft, five bedroom family home with a large detached garage ideal for chalet conversion at Kilroe East, Inverin, just 2.8km from Spiddal.
DNG Martin O’Connor is offering to the market this extremely well presented four bedroom residence, situated on a c0.5 acre site in a beautiful setting in the popular townland of Clooniffe, Moycullen.
New short term letting regulations without additional resources for the Galway City Council to enforce them will not produce positive results for the housing situation in Galway city, according to assistant CEO of COPE Galway, Martin O'Connor.
DNG Martin O'Connor is offering an exceptional four bedroom detached property which boasts a sundrenched rear garden and a luxury interior, within a short distance of both Oughterard and Moycullen.
Homelessness in Galway city is the worst in 20 years, according to assistant CEO of Cope Galway, Martin O'Connor, his comments come in the wake of this week's death of young man in the grounds of City Hall.
Homelessness in Galway is at crisis stage with the emergency shelters run by Galway Simon and COPE at breaking point, the head of Galway Simon said this week.
The new Weight Watchers class in Moycullen (upstairs in The Coach House Pub) is getting great support from local businesses.
The number of people sleeping rough in the city is at its highest ever with up to 50 men and women lying in doorways at night. The "extraordinary" deterioration in the homelessness crisis has led to this "unprecedented" situation, according to Martin O'Connor, the assistant CEO of COPE Galway which provides emergency accommodation and day services for the homeless.