It is not surprising that Colleran auctioneers has reported big interest in Waterlane as this property ticks all the boxes, whether you are looking for an investment or a home.
Tucked away in a quiet, secluded, cul de sac, it is hard to believe you are only a five minute stroll from Eyre Square. Sitting on an elevated site, this house overlooks a very large, bright, open, green area, something seldom found in the city centre.
Maintained in good order throughout, it includes oil fired central heating and double glazing. Accommodation includes an entrance hall, a downstairs toilet and shower, sitting room with solid fuel stove, and kitchen/dining room with oil fired range. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom, and the attic has been converted and is currently being used as a third bedroom.
As No 23 Waterlane is an end of terrace house, it has the additional benefit of a side entrance to a small back yard and shed. Because of its location in the heart of the city but away from the hustle and bustle, Waterlane is proving of equal interest to investors, first time buyers, those looking to retire to the city centre with all the obvious benefits, or a family looking for a good safe location for their children to call home while attending college in Galway.
With the price of city centre properties already on the rise now is the time to look at No 23 Waterlane. This property will be offered for sale by public auction on May 31 with an AMV of €180,000. Open viewing each Saturday, 11am to 11.30am.
Contact Colleran auctioneers at 091 562293 or see www.collerans.com