Don Colleran's next auction on May 31 will include properties in some of Galway's most sought after areas, which will be of equal interest to first time buyers, investors, and those looking for a family home.
No 23 Waterlane Galway, only a five minute stroll from Eyre Square, is a real city centre gem. This two/three bedroom end of terrace house is tucked away in a quiet cul de sac on an elevated site fronting a large green area. Ready for immediate occupancy, accommodation includes an entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, and downstairs bathroom. 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. No 23 Waterlane is an end of terrace house and has the added benefit of a side entrance and a small back yard. Final open viewing take place this Saturday from 11am to 11.30am. Advised minimum value is €180,000.
Also included in the auction is No 14 Rahoon Road, Shantalla, a bright, spacious, detached four bedroom house only a short walk from NUIG, UHG, and the city centre. This property is in good condition throughout, having recently been repainted and decorated. Due to its spacious accommodation and south facing back garden it will be of interest to families looking for a home with everything within walking distance. Due to the fact that the garage has been converted this property also offers the potential for separate independent living from the main house. Accommodation includes entrance hall, sitting room, south facing kitchen/dining room, utility, and study. On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a bathroom. Whether you are looking for a city centre home, a gilt edge investment, or somewhere for your children to stay while attending college in Galway, this property ticks all the boxes. Advised minimum value is €340,000, and final open viewings are this Saturday from 12 noon to 12.30pm.
No 111 Fr Griffin Road offers a rare opportunity to acquire a detached 1930s family home full of charm and original features in Lower Salthill. Built on a large corner site with south facing back garden, it is less than a 10 minute stroll from both Galway city centre and Salthill Promenade and its blue flag beaches. Accommodation includes entrance hall with high ceiling and original staircase to first floor, sitting room, living room, dining room, sun filled south facing kitchen, and ground floor bathroom. The first floor has four large double bedrooms, bathroom, and a separate toilet. Heating is oil fired and there are new double glazed windows throughout. Due to its unrivalled location, charm, and character, this home is really something special and needs to be viewed to fully appreciate its charm. Advised minimum value is €560,000. Final open viewing is this Saturday from 1pm to 1.30pm.
These homes will be offered for sale by public auction at 3pm on May 31.
For further details contact Colleran auctioneers 091 562293 or www.collerans.com