Palmyra Park — old Galway with a modern twist

No 9 Palmyra Park.

No 9 Palmyra Park.

DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard is offering a wonderful opportunity to acquire an outstanding three bedroom terraced house in the sought after location of Palmyra Park on the immediate outskirts of Galway city. A two storey period residence, No 9 Palmyra Park is tucked away to the rear of the Crescent and is only a short stroll from both the West End and the Latin Quarter, with all their restaurants, bars, and cafes.

Part of a terrace of similar homes, this recently renovated house has approximately 880sq ft of living space and is finished to the highest of standards, ready for immediate occupation. Having been fully refurbished, the house has laminated wood floors throughout, a fully fitted modern kitchen with tiled floors and surrounds, a bathroom at first floor level, and three spacious bedrooms with on street parking to the front of the property. The recently rejuvenated Palmyra Park area is located just off The Crescent and offers the benefits of city centre living in a safe, well established, community.

According to selling agent James Heaslip: “This is a gorgeous house in a wonderful setting with many of the neighbouring homes having been recently purchased by owner occupiers and families. It’s within walking distance of the city centre and its vibrant nightlife, yet it is quiet and secluded with a private green area and little through traffic. I would advise anyone seeking a quality property in the heart of the city to arrange a viewing as soon as possible."

DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard will offer No 9 Palmyra Park to the market by way of public auction on Thursday December 6 in The Galmont Hotel, Lough Atalia, at 3pm with a guide price of €320,000.

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

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