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It is a case of quality not quantity with Colleran’s auction next week when two properties, which between them have had more than 140 viewings, will go under the hammer.
Colleran auctioneers’ next auction will include two very special properties. One is located close to the hospital and built in the early 1930s, full of original character throughout, and the other is a magnificent large home with modern heating technology giving it an incredible, cost saving, B2 BER rating.
Article 40.3.3 of the Constitution must be repealed if women in Ireland are to have proper reproductive rights, protection for their health and well-being, and the right to choose parenting, adoption, or abortion.
Colleran auctioneers’ spring auction, which takes place next Thursday April 4, offers great value, variety, and quality, from a detached house in Ballybane with an AMV of only €50,000 to a rare opportunity to purchase a large luxury detached just off Salthill Promenade with an AMV of €460,000.
Colleran auctioneers is offering for sale by auction in two weeks’ time No 3 Carragh Drive, Knocknacarra Road, Galway. Referred to as “something special” by many of its viewers and admirers, this house has been lovingly maintained throughout and has a really warm, homely, atmosphere.
With the university and hospital nearby, No 7 Clifton Crescent, Newcastle, is certainly a gilt edge investment opportunity. This home will be equally attractive to first time buyers because of its attractive location with the wonderful amenities of Dangan and the shores of the River Corrib across the road.
In the early days, farmers killed their own livestock, and in urban areas the killing was done by butchers. These victuallers would hang raw carcasses of meat outside their shops to show how fresh they were and to attract customers. It was only when the city fathers built an abattoir at the junction of Newtownsmyth and Bowling Green that slaughtering became subject to veterinary inspection and control in Galway. Our photograph was taken in 1966 and shows sheep awaiting their turn to enter the slaughterhouse through the grill gateway. They had already been in the yard for five days. The yard was connected to the abattoir buildings.
O’Donnellan & Joyce completed the year with another successful property auction last Friday. The company has sold a record number of houses by public auction with more than 100 houses being sold by auction during the year.
O’Donnellan & Joyce once again proved the phenomenal interest that there is in properties which are well priced being sold at auction when the company placed 12 properties under the hammer last Friday in the auction room. Ten of these were sold at or well above their guide price.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will place 13 properties under the hammer tomorrow in the Victoria Hotel from 3pm.