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A home of distinction in Kingston

O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale this magnificent five bed detached family home located at No 20 The Orchard, Kingston, Galway.

Enjoy a Galway city tour

As we roll into the June Bank Holiday Weekend, we can almost taste the summer, those long bright evenings spent with friends and family, the hustle and bustle of Galway city streets, a drink sitting outside Taaffes as we watch the world go by or the luxury of a 99 from the Bon Bon while sitting on the Prom in Salthill.

Public consultation on €10 million flood defence scheme to begin this summer

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Public consultations will be held within the next six weeks on a proposed €10 million flood defence scheme for The Claddagh and Galway city centre.

Stunning turnkey home on a corner site in The Claddagh

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Claddagh Lodge comprises a turnkey three bedroom architect designed urban home with adjacent one bedroom townhouse, designed for integration with the main house to form a larger family home if desired. The property was redeveloped in 2005 and has been completely refurbished this year. Presented in pristine condition, its elegant design takes advantage of south and west facing aspects, creating a stylish, tranquil, internal space. The property occupies a corner site on the junction of Claddagh Avenue with St Nicholas' Road 70 metres from Claddagh Quay in the city centre.

Stunning views from The Long Walk

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Number 39 The Long Walk is a fabulous four bedroom townhouse offering stunning views of and over the River Corrib and Galway Bay. It is situated in one of Galway’s most iconic landmarks with spectacular uninterrupted water views and is a short walk from some of the most scenic parts of Galway city such as The Claddagh, Nimmo's Pier, the Spanish Arch, and the Salthill Promenade.

A view from the rear of the Spanish Arch

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The Spanish Arch was not part of the original city walls but was built in 1584 as a measure to protect the city’s quays. It was originally known as Ceann an Bhalla or The Head of the Wall, a fortification that extended from Martin’s Tower to the river. Then in the 18th century, the Eyre family built Long Walk as an extension of the quays and a breakwater to construct a mud berth. A number of arches were constructed to allow access from the town to the new quay but unfortunately, an earthquake that occurred in Lisbon in 1755 resulted in a tsunami that destroyed some of these arches. In olden times, ships would have moored here unloading their cargo of Spanish wines and foodstuffs such as olive oil, spices, tea, coffee, and cocoa. Later, these ships would have been replaced by Aran fishing boats unloading and selling their wares.

Naughton reveals details of €12 million sustainable transport programme

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Minister Hildegarde Naughton has revealed further details of the €12 million sustainable transport package for Galway funded by her Department last week.

Apartment with panoramic views of Galway Bay for sale in Salthill

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Heskin auctioneers is offering for sale a very attractive two bed, third floor apartment situated in Salthill village, Galway. Monterey Court is a privately owned and well managed apartment complex offering scenic views over Galway Bay and the Clare hills. Properties in this area are highly sought after and it is considered one of Galway's most popular residential addresses.

Crowe welcomes green light for development on old Tribune site

Cllr Michael Crowe has welcomed the decision by the Galway City Council to grant planning permission for a major redevelopment in the city centre.

Sample the uniqueness of the Latin Quarter

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There's a uniqueness about Galway that is centred in the Latin Quarter, the cultural beating heart of a city that offers an experience all of its own.


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