Landmark historical building offers prestigious opportunity with office space at Galway’s waterfront

O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering a unique and prestigious opportunity to purchase a superbly located prominent city centre office development.

Housed in a landmark historical building, which is being sensitively restored, extended, and upgraded to its former glory in one of the best waterfront positions in the historical city environs, the property will be designed and constructed to the highest of current standards and specifications to meet the demands of the modern office environment.

Multiple options for fit-out and spatial configuration support the provision of up to circa 5,200sq ft of office accommodation over three floors, with arguably the best work place views in the city. The Piscatorial School, exceeding workplace expectations, is wonderfully situated in the heart of the west's waterfront capital city.

Completed to the highest standard, the accommodation will comprise circa 5,200sq ft of office accommodation presented over three floors. Each floor will be laid out in an open plan design, providing panoramic views over the Long Walk and Spanish Arch with unobstructed views over Galway Bay and the Clare hills. Outside the grounds will offer landscaped gardens with paved areas to either side and to the front.

This historical property is located on the site of the former Claddagh National Piscatorial School which was founded by the Dominican order in 1846 at the height of the Great Famine to educate the children of The Claddagh; generations of boys were taught how to make nets while girls were shown how to sew and spin as well as learning how to read and write. In recent years it housed the social welfare offices and subsequently Youthreach.

The property is a substantial detached three story building that occupies a high profile position on the east side of the Eglinton Canal Basin fronting Claddagh Quay and Priory Road, approximately 500m southwest of Galway city centre. The property adjoins the Dominican Church and Priory and the Galway Fire Station.

The property is of rendered masonry construction under a pitched slate roof and incorporating a solid ground floor with suspended timber upper floors. Windows are traditional timber sash frame, with more modern windows in the rear elevation.

This is a prime waterfront location in Galway city centre, less than a five minute walk from Shop Street, Eyre Square, and close to all services and amenities including University Hospital Galway and NUI Galway.

Viewing of this property is highly recommended and guaranteed not to disappoint. For more information contact Colm O’Donnellan or Alan McKenna on (091 ) 564212.

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