It’s all about location at Colleran’s next auction

Colleran's next auction on October 19 will include opportunities for first time buyers and investors to purchase attractive properties in prime locations.

No 2 Dunnes Terrace, on the main Bohermore road less than five minutes from Eyre Square, will have very broad appeal due to its location and potential. It is in need of a little TLC but nothing major. This property will appeal to everyone looking to live in the city centre, with the obvious benefits of having every convenience on your doorstep, or anyone looking for a gilt edge investment or somewhere for their children to live while attending college in Galway. Built in the early 1900s, the property is full of charm and character. No 2 Dunnes Terrace is a spacious three bedroom terraced house with sitting room, kitchen/dining room, and bathroom. There is an unusually large back garden, seldom found in properties so close to Eyre Square, which offers further opportunity to extend subject to planning. With a advised minimum value of €130,000 this is a must see property with open viewings on Saturday from 11am to 11.30am.

Finding a bungalow in Galway is difficult, finding a bungalow in turnkey condition in one of Galway's most sought after areas is rarer still. No 6 St Dominick's Road, The Claddagh, is a stunning, spacious, end of terrace bungalow which was reconstructed and extended in 2005 to a very high standard. What is now on offer is a quality, warm, welcoming, home just off Salthill Promenade and only a short stroll from the city centre. The reconstruction and redesign of this property was carefully planned to provide spacious accommodation, which is seldom found in houses so close to the city centre. Accommodation includes three bedrooms, two of which are large double rooms and one en suite, a spacious kitchen with a very generous range of built-in and overhead units, dining room, and a cosy sitting room with a solid fuel stove that complements the oil fired central heating. The front lawn has been removed and is fully paved for ease of maintenance with off street parking for two cars. There is also a side entrance to a small back yard with a block built shed. While homes in The Claddagh appeal to everyone, the fact that No St Dominick's Road is a bungalow and with every amenity on your doorstep, it will certainly appeal to anyone looking for a quality city centre home in which to retire. Advised minimum value is €320,000. Open viewing Saturday 12 noon to 12.30pm.

Also included in Colleran's October auction is No 67 Monalee Heights, Knocknacarra, a bright, spacious, three bedroom semi ready for immediate occupancy. This home will have very broad appeal from first time buyers to young families or someone looking to retire to a safe, established, and very well maintained estate within walking distance of shops, shopping centre, church, and an excellent bus service to Salthill and the city centre. In addition to spacious, bright, accommodation this property has the added advantage of an extremely wide side entrance offering further potential to extend subject to planning. Accommodation includes entrance hall with downstairs toilet, sitting room with open fireplace, fitted kitchen/dining room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom and a folding stairs to the attic providing additional storage. At an advised minimum value of €220,000, immediate viewing is recommended. Open viewing Saturday 12.45pm to 1.15pm.

For further details on these properties and others check out www.collerans.com or contact Colleran auctioneers at 091 562293.

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