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Mullery auctioneers has reported an incredibly busy start to 2021 with numerous sales having been agreed in the first two weeks of January for well in excess of the guide prices.
Galway County Council, in conjunction with Irish Rail, has prioritised an application under the Urban Regeneration Development Fund (URDF) for a passing bay at Oranmore Railway Station.
In the centre of Oranmore, stands a statue to a local man who was shot in Dublin one hundred years ago this week. Joe Howley, Officer Commanding Number One Brigade IRA Galway was killed leaving what is now Heuston Station, Dublin on December 4 1920, and was pronounced dead at 12.30 a.m. December 5 in George V Hospital Dublin.
Michael Joseph Howley was born in Oranmore in 1895. His father died when Joe was just two years old. His mother was a sister of Peter Rabbitt, the proprietor of Rabbitt’s provision shop, licensed premises, and lodgings in Forster Street. She later married William Keane, the owner of Keane’s Bar in Oranmore. Joe, as he was popularly known, attended the local primary school and later went to the Bish in Galway. He obviously worked at farming as his mother once wrote, “He made a good lot with trading with cattle and sheep”.
President Michael D Higgins has led the tributes to Galwaywoman Patricia Carrick after her death was announced yesterday.
No 40 Bluebell Woods is a beautiful duplex home of c1,400sqft - some 200sqft bigger than the standard semi-detached home.
New to the market with Mullery auctioneers is No 55 Rivergrove, a spacious two bedroom end-of-terrace residence which is ideally positioned in a quiet corner of the development and overlooks a landscaped green to the front.
This two storey residence of c1,300sq ft comprises two reception rooms, kitchen, and three bedrooms on a c0.75 acre site, and is in need of total restoration and extension.
John Quinn has received instructions to offer for sale No 42 Oakfield, Oranmore, a lovely house in excellent condition situated just on the edge of the village and within walking distance of local shops, doctor’s surgery, schools. No 42 also enjoys very easy access to the railway station and several bus routes to and from Galway city centre.