A large selection of family homes will be on offer at the O’Donnellan & Joyce ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ auction which takes place on November 11.
Located only minutes from Cregmore National School, a lovely four-bedroom dormer bungalow at Lisheenavalla is located close to Claregalway and is in perfect decorative order.
On a site of approximately 1.1 acres, it comes with a large outbuilding and two concrete sheds suitable for fuel storage etc. There are lots of neighbours around, but set in a rural location, but close to all the conveniences Claregalway has to offer.
Features include oil-fired central heating, PVC windows and doors, gardens front and rear, tarmac driveway and south east facing rear elevation.
The Advised Minimum Value is €270,000. There are open viewings on Thursdays and Saturdays from 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
At Cummer, Corofin, a five-bed bungalow at Curryeighter is in need of modernisation, and has potential as a wonderful family home. It stands on a 0.75-acre site, with separate garage and coal shed. There are open viewings on Thursdays and Saturdays from 2pm to 3pm. The AMV is €130,000.
At Cappataggle, Loughrea, a three-bed bungalow at Ballymabilla is idea for the buyer who craves the stillness of country living, but needs the convenience of being close to town. The property requires modernisation. There are open viewings on Sundays from 12pm to 12.45pm. The AMV is €40,000.
An Annagh Cross, Ballyglunin, is a modern detached bungalow standing on 0.6 acres. The property is in good condition but would benefit from modernisation, and there are currently tenants in place with no clarification on rental terms. The AMV is €82,000.
For further information, contact O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers on 091 564212 or visit odj.ie
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.
Thirty homes go on sale in first building phase by O’Malley Construction
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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At home in Salthill’s ‘secret garden’!
Lenaboy Park has often been described as Salthill’s secret garden, located just a short three-minute walk to the famous Promenade.
It was once part of the original gardens of Lenaboy Castle on Taylor’s Hill. Access is through large black gates situated between the former Warwick Hotel and Care Pharmacy/Morton’s Supermarket in Lower Salthill.
Upon entering, there is a beautifully, landscaped park in the centre of the development, surrounded by a mixture of homes. No 22 is ideally located in a small quiet cul de sac with pedestrian access to the neighbouring Emerson Avenue.
A large, detached home built in the 1940s, this home contains many original features including some original fireplaces, solid timber floors, decorative coving and the original timber stairs. The unique character blends the modern interiors with the historic past and this is evident throughout this family home.
Outside the large garden is a rare find and benefits from having two large apple trees that likely pre-date the property itself. The rear boundaries are clearly defined by a mixture of block walls and timber fence.
To the front of the property, a pedestrian gate opens onto a path and there is a lawn either side with mature shrubbery.
The accommodation comprises of four reception rooms downstairs, a drawing room, living room, sitting room and large L-shaped kitchen/living/dining room. One of these rooms could be used as a downstairs bedroom if required. A shower room completes the downstairs accommodation.
Upstairs, there are three further bedrooms, the main bathroom and a walk in hot-press. An attached garage is to the side of the house for all your storage needs.
The asking price is €835,000. For further information or for viewing, contact Sherry FitzGerald on 091 569123.