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Three-bed bungalow comes with the option of purchasing good quality lands

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Lackabaun, Duniry

Loretta Dowd Properties are handling the sale of a prime residential holding at Lackabaun, Duniry.

It is located in a quiet countryside location close to the villages of Duniry and Tynagh and just a short drive to Loughrea town and within easy commute of Galway city.

This three-bedroom bungalow stands on 19.3 acres of good quality lands with a further 4.54 acres located just a short distance away from residence and a further 7.1 acres of mixed forestry located at Cloonacastle (one mile from the residence). The property can be sold in lots.

The entrance driveway is to the side and the exterior includes a range of outbuildings with a selection of fruit trees to side.

The accommodation comprises entrance/hallway, sitting room, living room, three bedrooms in all, Kitchen/dining room and shower room.

There is a private water well on the site and a selection of storage sheds. Other features include a solid fuel range and oil-fired central heating and a beautifully-maintained garden area.

The asking price is €80,000 (with option to purchase the lands). For further information, contact Loretta Dowd on 087 2233223.

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Three of a kind for sale on the Cappagh Road

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3 Liosmór: €285,000 asking price.

DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard currently have three properties for sale in Liosmór on the Cappagh Road in Galway – a two-bed, as well as a three- and a four-bed semi-detached.

Liosmór is a popular residential development in the area and the choice of homes on offer is sure to appeal to a variety of buyers looking to secure a home within easy reach of a host of local amenities.

Local shops – including Tesco which opens later this month and the Gateway Retail Park – are nearby, as well as the likes of the Clybaun Hotel and leisure centre and Tom Sheridan’s Bar and Restaurant. The development adjoins Cappagh Park and has pedestrian access to the facilities.

Additionally, there is a regular bus service to the city centre at the entrance to the development.

Number 3 Liosmór is a two-bed semi comprising approximately 860 sq ft of living space. The house is adjacent to a small, wooded area and has a south facing rear garden and off-street parking. Some features include a B3 energy rating, a stairs to storage attic and gated side access. The property is not overlooked to the rear. The asking price is €285,000.

Number 59a is a three-bed semi with 1,130 sq ft of living space. There are three bedrooms upstairs and the attic has also been converted with ample storage. Located towards the rear of development, this property is completely private to the rear, has off-street parking and a small garden to the front. The house is owner occupied and has a C3 BER rating. The asking price is €320,000.

Number 52 is a beautiful four bedroom semi and is being brought to market in immaculate condition, having being excellently maintained by the current owner. It benefits from also having a generous sized converted attic with velux windows and ample storage.

To the front is off-street parking and is also overlooking a communal green area. The private rear garden also benefits from a decking area and with gated side access. The BER rating is a C3 and the property has 1,517 sq ft of living space. The asking price is €380,000.

For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard on 091 565261.

 

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O’Donnellan & Joyce celebrate 40 years in business

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Staff from O’Donnellan & Joyce celebrate 40 years in business

When O’Donnellan & Joyce started in 1982, little did they know that one day they would be celebrating 40 years in business. Celebrating the big 4-0 in September meant this has been a landmark year for the company.

In the beginning back in 1982 they worked mostly in lettings and private treaty sales. Their auctions began in 1984 on the Aran Islands with the sale of land and a pub.

Colm commented: “It is definitely one of my highlights over the past 40 years, everyone needs to start somewhere and it was a fabulous start.” The auction was held outside in the summer and is a far cry from the auctions held today.

These days O’Donnellan & Joyce ‘Wild Atlantic’ property auctions which take place in Galway’s Harbour Hotel, are renowned throughout Ireland, with properties for sale from Galway up to Donegal and all along the western seaboard right down as far as Kerry and over in Dublin.

Modern technology now means their auctions can reach a global audience with their live stream online bidding platform attracting international bidders as well as national and local bidders who can now bid and view the auction from the comfort of their own homes leading to a dramatic expansion of audiences across the world in recent years.

Combining modern technology with nationally renowned auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan taking bids on the day, brings tremendous excitement to the live auction room.

Not only do O’Donnellan & Joyce have their successful auction department, they also have a substantial new homes division, their private treaty department which sells on average over 350 homes a year, rentals division and their rapidly growing commercial & valuations department.

Like most businesses, it is the people who make the business. O’Donnellan & Joyce has 16 full time staff with many of them there for over 20 years.

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Thirty homes go on sale in first building phase by O’Malley Construction

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Galway firm, O’Malley Construction, has just released their latest development, Maolchnoc, located on the Ballymoneen Road on the western side of the city.

O’Malley’s has helped shape many communities in Galway over the past 50 years of building residential developments throughout the city.

Maolchnoc offers a range of spacious 3 and 4 bedroom house styles all built using traditional methods, to the highest standards, as well as modern 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments/duplex.

The scheme will comprise 242 units in total, built over a number of phases, and follows the recent completions of its Reilean, Tuairín and Cúirt Bhoirne developments, all located in the Roscam area on the eastern side of the city.

The Maolchnoc houses were designed by McCrossan O’Rourke Manning Architects and include a brick front elevation with granite stone window sills and heads, parking on cobblelock paved driveways for two vehicles.

The latest standards of construction will be supplemented with concrete floors and stairs to the upper floor which gives greater sound proofing and fire resistance. Underfloor heating is also being provided on the ground floor which will complement the main Air source Heat Pump system and ensure a BER rating of A2 for each house. All houses are wired for future Internally, the layouts are focused on providing bright, usable living spaces with generous storage and comfortable surroundings. Each home comes with a fully tiled main bathroom and separate en suite off the main bedroom.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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