Colleran auctioneers has been favoured with yet another property in The Claddagh, easily one of Galway's most sought after locations. No 15 Upper Fairhill is a beautiful, bright, two bedroom end of terrace home on a very large site offering lots of potential for further development if required.
The Claddagh appeals to both young and old and it is easy to see why — you get all the benefits of city centre living but in a quiet, well established, and welcoming residential community, all less than a five minute stroll from Quay Street and the city centre and only 300 metres from Salthill Promenade and Galway Bay.
No 15 Upper Fairhill is in turnkey condition and beautifully maintained by its owners, having been insulated, including walls pumped, new oil fired central heating, new double glazed windows and doors throughout, and many more extras. Accommodation includes entrance hall, large sitting room with feature fireplace, bright dining room, and fully fitted kitchenette. The first floor includes two bedrooms and a bathroom and one of the rooms is so large that many houses in the area have divided it, making a third bedroom. There are large gardens to the front, back, and side.
If you are looking for all the benefits that city centre living brings, The Claddagh is the place for you according to Don Colleran. This Claddagh gem will appeal to everyone from first time buyers to investors, those looking for a holiday home in Galway, or somewhere to retire and call home.
No 15 Upper Fairhill will be offered for sale by public auction on October 16. Advised minimum value is €290,000. Open viewing take place Saturday from 12 noon to 1pm.
Contact Colleran auctioneers at (091 ) 562293.