Salthill period residence with huge potential

No 85 Lower Salthill.

No 85 Lower Salthill.

The auction team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has been instructed to bring to the open market, by way of public auction, No 85 Lower Salthill, a detached two storey period residence in a hugely sought after residential location on the outskirts of Galway city.

Situated on the Lower Salthill road, the property fronts on to the main road and is just a short stroll to the recently rejuvenated Salthill village, with its numerous restaurants, cafes, and bars. In need of complete renovation, the house is on a substantial site and lends itself to further development with boundless possibilities, should one wish to renovate and extend.

Currently comprising approximately 1,250sq ft of living space, the house is being offered to the market with many of the original features including multiple open fireplaces and high ceilings throughout. Set back from the road with a front garden and a separate side entrance, the house boasts a large rear garden, which can be accessed from a shared roadway to the back of property. The house has huge potential as a family residence with many of the neighbouring properties already extended and upgraded. The zoning for the area is Residential and the property may lend itself to the development of multiple units, subject to planning permission.

Selling agent James Heaslip said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been appointed as the selling agents for this executor sale. It’s one of the most sought after locations in Galway and there is absolutely no doubt that there is huge potential with this property. While the house is undoubtedly attractive, it will need work and, in the right hands, it could make a stunning family home. The site has a wonderful aspect and there’s lots of scope to extend.

“There are many features with this property with the rear garden having its own private entrance and a separate entrance to the side of the house from the street," he added. "These are important assets to take into account when space and access are at a premium in this location. On-street parking is plentiful and its proximity to all the cafes, bars, restaurants, and of course, the Promenade, are a real selling point.”

An executor sale, the property will be offered to the market by way of public auction on Thursday, December 6, at 3pm in The Galmont Hotel, Lough Atalia, Galway. DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is quoting a guide price of €440,000.

Full particulars are available by contacting James Heaslip or any of the auction team at 091 565261.


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