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Tomorrow (Friday) DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard will host the third of its 2015 auctions, and aims to continue the huge success it has enjoyed at its auctions this year. The team boast a 94 per cent sales rate at auction, the highest in the country since the beginning of 2015. Tomorrow's auction in the Raddison Blu Hotel will feature a mix of property with something to suit all spectrums of the market, and all with very attractive guide prices.
The auction team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard certainly are not sitting on their laurels after their hugely successful April auctions. While the Francis Street based agents had a 94 per cent sales rate, the highest in the country since the beginning of 2015, the team are immediately back into the fray with the launch of their June 5 auction, due to take place in the auction rooms in the Raddison Blu Hotel, Galway.
City Hall officials must start paying heed to the solutions Monalee Heights residents are putting forward on dealing with the local tennis courts which have lain derelict for the past 15 years.
Galway City Council is to work with residents in three housing estates to carry out the closure of alleyways providing public rights of way in an effort to combat on-going anti-social behaviour.
O Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale No 93 Monalee Heights, an attractive and beautifully presented four bed semidetached home. The property is located at the end of a quiet cul de sac in a mature setting at Monalee Heights, just off the Ballymoneen Road.
John Quinn has announced the forthcoming sale of No 16 Monalee Heights, which he describes as in wonderful condition throughout.
Cunningham auctioneers is offering for sale by private treaty three very attractive four bedroom residences in three of the city’s most popular suburban areas.
John Quinn has some very attractive properties available this week including No 284 Tirellan Heights, an attractive three bedroom residence situated close the school and church and within walking distance of the city centre.
Closing the tennis courts at Monalee in Knocknacarra is not an attack on sport and recreational facilities, but a way of counteracting anti-social behaviour in the area.
At Monday’s Galway City Council meeting, councillors will have to vote on whether or not to allow City Hall give land it owns over to both the ESB and the Department of Education.