All Colleran auctioneers’ properties in next week’s auction are within the city and one property in particular offers stunning views of Galway Bay. No 12 Grattan Terrace, Claddagh is one of the best seafront properties ever offered for sale so close to the city centre.
Built on an elevated site, facing the Promenade, this house has unrestricted views of Galway Bay and the Clare hills from sunrise to sunset. Accommodation includes sitting room, kitchen/dining room, ground floor bedroom and bathroom. On the first floor there are two bedrooms also overlooking the bay. The last open viewing of this seafront property is Saturday from 1.45pm to 2.15pm. Advised minimum value is €340,000.
Also for sale in The Claddagh in the same auction on March 16 is 6 St Dominick’s Road, Claddagh. This is a beautiful, spacious, three bedroom bungalow that needs to be seen to fully appreciate the quality on offer. Reconstructed and extended 12 years ago, this warm, welcoming, home is as good as new and in turnkey condition. Accommodation includes three bedrooms, two of which are double rooms, and one en suite. The welcoming sitting room has a solid fuel stove which complements the oil fired central heating and an excellent BER of C3. There is also a fitted kitchen, dining room, and bathroom. The front garden has been fully paved for ease of maintenance and off street parking. Last open viewing takes place this Saturday from 2.30pm to 3pm. Advised minimum value is €360,000.
Renmore remains one of Galway’s most sought after locations so it is no surprise Colleran’s has reported a lot of interest in No 12 Elm Park, Renmore. One of the best planned and designed communities, Renmore offers every essential amenity on your doorstep including parks, beach, schools, local shops, church, leisure centre, and an excellent bus service to the city centre. Accommodation includes three bedrooms, a bright sitting room, spacious dining room, fitted kitchen, downstairs toilet, and garage. What sets No 12 Elm Park apart from other houses currently for sale in Renmore is the fact that it has a garage and a side entrance which offers obvious potential for further development. Last open viewing is Saturday from 11am to 11.30am. Advised minimum value is €260,000.
Castlelawn Heights has always been very popular with first time buyers and investors due to its location and affordability. No 160 Castlelawn Heights is a well maintained three bedroom semi with master bedroom en suite, sitting room with fireplace, dining room, separate fitted kitchen, and downstairs toilet. The front garden has been fully paved for ease of maintenance and off street parking. The back garden is in lawn and has a boiler house and timber shed for additional storage. The last open viewing is on Saturday from 12 noon to 12.30pm. Advised minimum value is €260,000.
Closer to the city centre, less than a 10 minute stroll from Eyre Square, is No 35 Cooke’s Terrace, Bohermore, an extended four bedroom terraced house that is now twice the size of the original home. Viewers of this beautiful house have been very impressed with the quality of the spacious accommodation which includes four bedrooms and a large open plan kitchen, dining room, and sitting room. There is also a large paved patio to the rear of the property which is elevated and offers views of the city. Judge for yourself the quality and value on offer at the last open viewing this Saturday from 12.45pm to 1.15pm. Advised minimum value is €190,000.
Colleran’s auction will take place on March 16 in the Victoria Hotel at 3pm. For further details contact Colleran Auctioneers at 091 562293 or see collerans.com