Search Results for 'Salthill'

1711 results found.

O’Donnellan & Joyce sales figures soar as property market reopens

June 8 was the light at the end of the tunnel for many working in the property industry as property viewings recommenced and auctioneers around the country reacquainted themselves with the roads and housing estates in their local areas. Large volumes of viewings were requested and booked well in advance by those who have funds in place and eagerly await the closing of a deal on their future new home.

O’Donnellan & Joyce sales figures soar as property market reopens

Among the many sales concluded by the team at O’Donnellan & Joyce over the past weeks are the following notable properties:

Detached family home on a large site in Salthill

Cupertino is a substantial detached family home with mature, well developed, gardens on a large 0.11 hectare (0.27 acre) west facing site. Located on the Knocknacarra Road in Salthill, it is close to all the established amenities that the area provides.

City centre living at its best

image preview

O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale this excellent two bedroom duplex apartment in the Dun Aengus development overlooking Galway Harbour.

Two bed gem in the Claddagh

image preview

O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a two bed terraced property located in the historic residential area of The Claddagh, Galway. This is an opportunity to purchase a property in the heart of Galway city in one of Galway's oldest and most established residential areas.

Family home in an exceptional Salthill location

image preview

Glenard Crescent, Salthill, is one of the most sought-after locations in Galway, and Heskin auctioneers is offering this four bed property to the market. It is a well-established residential area close to many amenities but away from the hustle and bustle. Number 19 is on a reasonably large site with off street parking. It is within walking distance of Pearse Stadium, Galway Lawn Tennis Club, and Salthill Promenade. It is also within a few minutes of the Gateway Retail Park and Aldi, Galway Bay Golf Club, NUI Galway, and University Hospital Galway. Salthill offers a wide choice of schools, shops, pubs, and restaurants, and is also serviced by a regular bus route.No 19 is a semidetached home built in 1964. The garage has been renovated and offers additional living space for a family or as an investment. The property requires some modernisation and refurbishment which gives the buyers the opportunity to put their own stamp on it and create a lovely family home.

Large residence adjacent to Salthill village

image preview

Mullery auctioneers has just brought to the market Number 44 Oaklands in Salthill. This substantial residence stands on a large site with the rear garden enjoying a westerly aspect. The property boasts a highly desirable location just off the main thoroughfare in Salthill village. The house is currently arranged as a seven bedroom residence together with a two bedroom granny flat with an internal doorway providing easy access between both.

Calls for temporary cycle path along Salthill Promenade

Galway Urban Greenway Alliance have proposed that a 2.6km temporary cycle path should be installed along the seafront from Southpark to Blackrock.

Stunning top floor apartment with sea views in Salthill

image preview

Heskin auctioneers presents to the market this excellent one bedroom apartment with views across Galway Bay. Superbly located in Salthill overlooking the Promenade and park beside Grattan Beach, this jewel of a home is a top-floor, one bedroom, owner occupied, seafront apartment in pristine condition.

Salthill village, 1920

image preview

It is hard to believe that this is what the centre of Salthill village looked like exactly 100 years ago. The house on the left belonged to a Mr Kelleher who was a member of the RIC. It later became a guest house called the Rockville which eventually expanded into a small hotel and, like many such premises in Salthill, it was fully licensed. It had high standards, the porter always wore a white coat and the waitresses wore proper uniforms. The distinguished writer Donal Mac Amhlaigh worked here for a while during the fifties.


Page generated in 0.1540 seconds.