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Our illustration today is of the letterhead of JJ Ward who owned The Motor and Cycle House on Eyre Square. This building is shown on the left of our illustration. It was originally occupied by Gilbeys and was next door to what is the Imperial Hotel today. James Ward set up in business here in 1903 and invited the public to ‘inspect the largest stock, the best chosen variety and the best value in Connaught in Cycles and Accessories’. In 1909 he wrote: “In my repair shop, I have the same group of hands working who have worked under me for 6 years – they know their work and do it well. I’ll give you a cycle for £7 7s as good as you can get elsewhere for a much higher price. In fact it is worth £9 9s.”
No 129 Dun na Carraige is an excellent semidetached family home in one of Salthill’s and Galway’s most sought after developments. This is a well fitted and cared for home occupying a prominent corner position with private mature rear garden. Dun na Carraige was developed by O’Malley Construction circa 1999/2000. It comprises a mix of detached, semidetached, and terraced houses and apartment buildings. The location in Salthill within a few hundred metres of Blackrock diving tower and the Promenade makes it a highly sought after development and location.
Winterwood is a substantial family residence with a gated private entrance, facing Grattan Beach and Galway Bay, in a prime location on the city side of Salthill Village in a mature sought after area.
Welcome to No 2 Gleann Eorna, Cois Cuain, a centrally located two bedroom townhouse set in a quiet private development located just off Salthill Promenade. Gleann Eorna is within walking distance of both Salthill and the city centre with every amenity on the doorstep.
This superb four bedroom detached family home on a large site of c0.67 acre of mature landscaped grounds enjoys views of the surrounding countryside. It is located in a pleasant, quiet, countryside setting yet only 7km from Galway city centre.
This substantial detached residence is located in Salthill on a sought after established road only 150 meters from Salthill village. Situated on a large site with west-southwest facing rear garden, the original residence was built in circa 1962.
With all of the challenges imposed on our society by the health emergency created by Covid-19, people, communities, and business have become adaptive, flexible, and innovative. On March 16, Sherry FitzGerald decided to close all its owned branch offices to comply with regulations and to protect the health and wellbeing of clients and staff. The company adapted by immediately moving to expanding virtual offerings with virtual viewings, virtual valuations, market appraisals, and expand its online bidding processes.
In response to the necessary restrictions to social interactions we as a society have found ourselves in, the normal way the property business operates has been severely disrupted. Agents working remotely or from home, physical viewings stopped, and all necessary steps are being taken to protect the health and wellbeing of vendors, purchasers, and estate agents. Sherry FitzGerald has been quick to adapt, and is this week rolling out virtual viewings.
Sherry FitzGerald reports encouraging and positive start to the Galway residential market in 2020. Sentiment and market activity showed substantial improvement over the final quarter of 2019. Viewing levels on all properties launched to the market in January and February have been very healthy and are up by 30 per cent on average compared to October and November 2019.
In an effort to educate and inspire first-time buyers gearing up to take those initial, apprehensive steps onto the property ladder, and to demystify the buying process, Burkeway Homes will host a free Smarter Buyer event on Saturday April 6 at the Hotel Meyrick in Galway.