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Apartment overlooking Galway Harbour

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Smith auctioneers, Galway, is offering this superior two bedroom apartment in the centre of Galway city. The property is located on the second floor of a much sought after development of apartments overlooking Galway Harbour. The imminent removal of the oil tankers will enhance the views.

Imperial Hotel keeping up with the times

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Galway’s well known city hotel is sleek, comfortable, and affordable. The Imperial hotel on Eyre Square has the advantage of having public transport, tour buses, and city centre shops all on its doorstep. Built originally in 1810, the hotel has enjoyed pride of place as the city’s most central hotel.

Buy a brick for the Poor Clares

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As the enormity of recession hits us, and belts begin to tighten, one glimmer of hope remains in the centre of Galway city. Surrounded by the madness of ordinary life it is easy to forget the ray of light that beams from one of the citys oldest establishments. The occupants may be hidden from view, but the building’s grandeur is certainly not.

Sunny prices in sunny fields

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Gort Gréine — meaning ‘sunny field’ — is a lovely estate located just two miles from the centre of Galway city and within close proximity of NUIG and UHG. It comprises a mix of three and four bed semidetached and terraced homes surrounded by large green areas. Its setting offers a range of amenities within easy reach, or indeed walking distance. The location makes for easy access to the city. The area is well serviced with schools, shops, and extensive leisure facilities. Knocknacarra’s Gateway Shopping Centre is within a short stroll and is co-ordinated to cater for the retail, business, and residential needs of the Knocknacarra area. Regular city bus routes are also available nearby.

Time to enter the Eyre Square poetry competition

TO MARK the second All Ireland Poetry Day, Galway City Council Arts Office and Galway County Arts Office are jointly organising a major poetry competition to be judged by acclaimed poet Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill.

September auctions set to cause a stir

As a market leader when it comes to the auction market in 2009 Galway city based agent Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip is preparing for its September auctions tomorrow in the Imperial Hotel in Eyre Square. Two more properties are expected to go under the hammer in what is expected to be a busy afternoon for the local agents.

 

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