A piece of old Galway on the market

No 32 Nuns Island.

No 32 Nuns Island.

O’ Donnellan & Joyce is currently offering a piece of old Galway on the canal — No 32 Nuns Island in the city centre.

Recently refurbished to a very high standard, this property at No 32 Nuns Island is a unique property in a greatly desired city centre location. Although it has been tastefully refurbished it still contains many of the original characteristics while elegantly incorporating modern features such as kitchen, central heating, complementary sanitary ware, and fixtures and fittings.

Built in the 1840s, No 32 is steeped in history and character and is a one off chance for some lucky purchaser to acquire part of old Galway.

Presented in immaculate condition and retaining many of its original features, this property is ready to walk into. Number 32 Nuns Island is what could rightly be described as one of Galway’s rare gems.

Notable features of this lovely property include solid wooden floors, newly fitted antique style cast iron fireplace housing a gas fire, newly fitted radiators, newly fitted bathroom with a quality bathroom suite, and superior quality carpet in all bedrooms.

Accommodation comprises entrance hall, open plan living/dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom, and attic for storage. To the rear of the property is a yard which, because of its southwest aspect, is a real sun trap.

Works recently carried out include full insulation, high output radiators, new bathroom, antique style fireplace housing a gas fire fitted in living room, solid wooden floors and quality carpets fitted, and stonework sealed.

The asking price on this piece of old Galway is €470,000, which is open to offers.

Number 32 Nuns Island is a wonderful home ideally located. This would make a fantastic first time buyer’s home or a superb home to retire to with all amenities on the doorstep, not to mention the views of the canal.

For further information contact Anne Harding on (086 ) 8173335 or Colm O’Donnellan on (087 ) 2887446.


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