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DNG Maxwell Heaslip Leonard presents to the market this ideal family home in the well established estate of The Rise, just off the Shangort Road. Number 25 is ideally located adjacent to all amenities, has a regular bus service to the city centre right on its doorstep, and is within walking distance of McGrath's Field, Knocknacarra church, Joyces supermarket, and Salthill village.
O’Donnellan & Joyce’s final nationwide property auction of 2019 takes places tomorrow, December 13, at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel, Galway. With more than 30 properties going under the hammer in this ‘must sell’ Nationwide Property Auction, the popular auction house is offering value and variety in its December auction catalogue. A number of properties are being offered with reduced reserve prices as vendors wish to complete their sales this side of the Christmas period – good news for intending purchasers.
Keane Mahony Smith brings this stunning A rated home to the market. The property is a bright and spacious four bed detached home, 100 metres from the village centre in Oranmore, and just 10km from Galway city with easy access to the M6 and M18.
Over the last four weeks, O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has been busy compiling information and generating adverts for the 34 lots it will offer for sale by means of live public auction on Friday December 13 at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel in Galway. Viewings are held twice weekly on most properties and many boast significant reserve reductions with vendors wanting to obtain sales prior to the year end. Value and variety are surely on offer at this final O’Donnellan & Joyce nationwide property auction of the year.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is back to business after the success of its November nationwide property auction. Buyers will be out in force to view the incredible selection of properties going under the auction hammer. The auction is set for Friday, December 13, in the Harbour Hotel, Galway. O’Donnellan & Joyce has an exceptionally wide variety of properties, from family homes to prime investments, making the nationwide property auction a tremendous way to kickstart your Christmas spending.
Approximately 200 people passed through the doors of the showhouse at the new Tigh an Ghabhann development, located just off Church Road in Moycullen.
It's certainly a case of quality over quantity at Don Colleran's next auction on October 24 as all properties are in very desirable and much sought after locations in the city, from Renmore and Old Mervue to two properties just off Eyre Square in Forster Court and Bohermore.
This has proven to be a record year for sales at well-known Galway based auctioneers O’Donnellan & Joyce after the company completed its mid-year review. According to the Daft.ie Business Intelligence Report, O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers at 5 Mary Street in Galway is listed as the number one real estate agent nationwide in terms of sales, and it commands an impressive 22 per cent growth in terms of volume sold year on year. O’Donnellan & Joyce strives to stay two steps ahead of the competition and the ongoing success of its Wild Atlantic property auction series of live auctions, which are held regularly in the Harbour Hotel in Galway, are renowned throughout the country.
No 48 Dr Mannix Road is a charming red brick five bed detached family home located onwwww the popular Dr Mannix Road. The property offers an abundance of space and light in one of Salthill’s most established and sought-after residential areas. It is well positioned on a large corner site within walking distance of a huge range of amenities including Salthill village, Pearse Stadium, a range of primary and secondary schools, beaches, and the Promenade.
It was another very successful auction for clients of Don Colleran last week with property prices exceeding his clients' expectations. Described as an auction of quality not quantity, the properties of offer were in some of Galway's most sought after locations including Castlelawn, Newcastle, Salthill, and The Claddagh.