Colleran auctioneers is offering very attractive value in its next auction on May 30 with all properties located in and around the city centre with prices starting from just €165,000 for an apartment in Newcastle. If you are a first time buyer, investor, or someone looking for a home or holiday home then there is certainly something for you in this auction.
While there has been a large turnout at all the open viewings it is the penthouse apartment at No 9 Sáilín beside the g Hotel that has everyone talking. This Saturday will be one of the final opportunities to join Don Colleran who will be in attendance at all the open viewings.
No 7B Laurel Park, Newcastle.
Maintained in excellent condition throughout, this home is ready for immediate occupancy. This property will be of equal interest to investors, first time buyers, and parents looking to accommodate their children while attending college in Galway as Laurel Park is less than a 10 minute stroll from NUIG. This deceptively spacious apartment/maisonette includes an entrance hall through private front door, a very spacious sitting room/dining room with open gas fireplace that complements the newly installed gas central heating, new fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, and newly fitted bathroom. Unusual for an apartment, it comes with its own back garden and block build shed. Located adjacent to UHG and NUIG, this is an excellent investment . For sale by auction on May 30 at an AMV of €165,000. Open viewing Saturday 11am to 11.30am.
No 258 Laurel Park, Newcastle
Bungalows this close to the city centre are difficult to find in Galway, but what sets Laurel Park apart is that it is tucked away in a small cul-de-sac of detached bungalows on an elevated site with lovely views over the city skyline. The spacious accommodation of this detached bungalow includes three bedrooms, and a sitting room with a solid fuel stove that heats the radiators in addition to the oil fired central heating. There is a large bright fitted kitchen/dining room and bathroom. The aspect of this house means that the back garden is full of sunshine all day. In need of a little TLC this is an excellent opportunity to add value whether you are looking for a home or an investment. Due to its location so close to the city centre, NUIG, UHG, and shopping centres this property will have equal appeal to first time buyers, investors, parents looking for a home for their children while in college in Galway, or anyone looking to retire to a bungalow with all its advantages. For sale by public auction on May 30 at an advised minimum value of €250,000. Open viewing Saturday 12 noon to 12.30pm.
No 131 Bohermore, Galway
An extended three bedroom terraced house only a five minute stroll from Eyre Square, with every necessary amenity on the doorstep offering all the convenience and benefits of city centre living. The original house has been extended and the spacious accommodation now on offer includes a living room, dining room, kitchenette, ground floor bedroom, and bathroom. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms. No 131 Bohermore also has a very large undeveloped back garden, something seldom found in a house so close to Eyre Square. Due to its location, extended accommodation, and very attractive advised minimum value of only €195,000 this property should certainly be viewed by first time buyers, investors, or parents looking for somewhere for their children to live, while being educated in Galway, rather than paying high rents and someone else's mortgage. Open viewings with Don Colleran take place Saturday from 1pm to 1.30pm.
No 9 Sáilín
Located beside the g Hotel on the Dublin Road, this is the property everyone is talking about. This luxury penthouse is perched at the top of an exclusive modern development within walking distance of the city centre. There are so many extras that set Sáilín apart from any other property, this penthouse must be seen to be fully appreciated. The panoramic views alone from this rooftop property will blow you away, as it has uninterrupted views of Lough Atalia, the Clare hills, and the Galway skyline, all of which can be enjoyed from behind large picture windows or out on the extremely large private rooftop patio, where you will want to spend your summer.
The bright, spacious, accommodation is spread over two floors and has the added and unusual attraction of each floor having a lift service and its own front door. Accommodation includes bright open plan living room, dining room, fitted kitchen with 12ft high ceilings and large picture windows that frame the views of the sea. On this top floor there is also a large double bedroom with its own door onto the private rooftop patio. On the second floor there are two double bedrooms with their own balcony, one bedroom is en suite, and there is a separate large bathroom. Don Colleran will hold an open viewing on Saturday from 2pm to 2.30pm. For sale by public auction on May 30 at an advised minimum value of €290,000.
Three acres of land at Bruckey that was also for sale has now been sold prior to auction, and similar land is urgently required. These properties will be included in Don Colleran's next auction on Thursday May 30 at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway.
For further information contact Colleran auctioneers at 091 562293 or www.collerans.com