City centre and Salthill properties under the hammer

No 36 Bowling Green.

No 36 Bowling Green.

Lynch auctioneers will offer for auction these two properties in the city centre and Salthill next Thursday, May 16, at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway.

The city centre property is a beautifully located three bedroom end-of-terrace house, situated backing on to River Corrib, which is just steps away, with views of Galway Cathedral. Bowling Green is one of the oldest areas of Galway and has a real sense of neighbourhood and city centre living, but also has the advantage of being in quiet setting. City living at its finest, providing the ultimate in convenience and location, this three bedroom end of terrace house at No 36 Bowling Green is being offered for sale with an AMV of €250,000.

This neat three bedroom home is in good condition throughout, contains oil fired central heating and is an opportunity not to be missed. Accommodation consists of an entrance hall, kitchen/diner, living room, guest wc, and large utility room at ground floor level, and three bedrooms and main bathroom at first floor level. There is a private enclosed garden/patio area to the rear of the property, with side access onto a private area overlooking the Galway Cathedral and the River Corrib. Solicitor with carriage of sale is Edward Molloy, Blake & Kenny solicitors, 2 St Francis Street, Galway, phone 091 564340.

The second property up for auction next Thursday is an excellently located detached property on a magnificent site in Salthill with spectacular views of Galway Bay. Pollnarooma West has long been regarded as one of Galway's most sought after residential addresses, due to its convenient location and access to all amenities nearby, including Salthill Promenade and village, a variety of national and secondary schools, Salthill church, and a variety of hotels. No 13 Pollnarooma West is situated only a stroll from the renowned Salthill Promenade. This property is a must see due to its location and character and will grab the interest of many.

While the property requires modernisation, the layout and design encapsulates the spectacular views of Galway Bay from the first floor, which is just the real jewel in the crown. The property was built in the early 1970s and has always been owner occupied. This is a wonderful property that has it all going for it in terms of location and spacious living accommodation both upstairs and downstairs including a large garage at the gable end of the property. Accommodation consists of kitchen, dining room, bath and shower room, and garage at ground floor level, and four bedrooms and main bathroom at first floor level.

This property is being offered for sale with an AMV of €550,000 and is a must see and no doubt will capture the hearts of many looking to live in this wonderful location and it boasts a large site positioned at a perfect angle to maximise the views of Galway Bay. Solicitor with carriage of sale is Martin Mulroy, Mulroy & Company solicitors, 4 University Road, Galway, phone 091 586760.

For further information or to book an appointment to view either of these properties, contact Shane Cox of Lynch auctioneers on 087 9830450 or 091 566157.

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