O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has received an enthusiastic response to No 52 Dalysfort Road in Salthill and No 13 St Dominic’s Road in the Claddagh as the company prepares to offer these properties with others at the first auction of the season, to be held on Friday February 26. The attendance at all open viewing sessions so far has been very encouraging with a wide range of parties interested in purchasing property in these locations. Other properties on offer on that day are 1.77 acres in Cahergowan, a house in Cahergowan, No 31 The Maples, and Killowen House in Salthill.
Number 62 Dalysfort Road comes with an unbelievable advised minimum value of €395,000. This is incredible value for money for this exclusive location. Dalysfort Road is one of the most sought after residential roads in this area. Situated around the corner from the heart of Salthill, it is within a stone’s throw of the Prom, the golf club, the tennis club, and all local amenities. You will be left breathless at the size of this superb mature rear garden with its many exotic shrubs and various seating areas. The house has always been a family home and is in good condition, but like most properties of its era it would benefit with some refurbishment and upgrading.
To the front of the property is a large self contained apartment that could possibly be incorporated into the main house. Alternatively it could be refurbished and could provide a good rental income. The apartment comprises entrance hall, kitchen, living room, two double bedrooms, and bathroom.
Number 62 Dalysfort is a wonderful property with huge potential. It has all going for it in terms of privacy, garden size, and location. It is rare that the opportunity comes along to purchase a property on Dalysfort Road with such an attractive price tag.
Open viewing takes place every Thursday and Saturday from 3.30pm to 4.30pm, and so far the viewings have been very positive. The advised minimum value is €395,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Breeda Tierney, Kieran Murphy & Co solicitors, No 9 The Crescent, Galway, phone (091 ) 587171.
No 13 St Dominic’s Road, The Claddagh
No 13 St Dominic’s Road is one of the most attractive houses of its size to come to the market in the Claddagh in recent times. Sitting on the edge of the city centre in one of the oldest and most desired locations in the city, No 13 is a rare gem. The property has been tastefully extended and refurbished in recent years but some finishing work still needs to be carried out. No 13 is a fine size home within walking distance of all local amenities in a close community of owner occupied homes. The location of this charming property is undoubtedly one of the best, minutes from Grattan Road beach, the Claddagh school, and the Claddagh church. The property has many attractive features such as a marble fireplace with gas stove in the living room, gas fired central heating, and double glazing, not to mention the rear garden and the large side/front gardens. A huge plus for this property is the large room in the extension to the side – this room can be used for a variety of uses such a fourth bedroom, a family room, or a study.
Accommodation comprises entrance hall, living room, family room/office, kitchen/dining room, three bedrooms, main bathroom, and attic for storage.
Open viewing takes place every Thursday and Saturday from 11am to 12 noon and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Ailbhe Burke, Pauline O’Reilly & Co solicitors, St Francis Street, Galway, phone (091 ) 568129.
The auction for the above properties will take place on Friday February 26 in the Victoria Hotel at 3pm. For all information contact Colm O’Donnellan on (087 ) 2887446 or Anne Harding on (086 ) 8173335.