A queue outside No 6 St Dominick’s Road, The Claddagh, on Saturday gave some indication of the interest Colleran auctioneers has seen in this beautiful bungalow.
Described by many as a real gem, this three bedroom, end of terrace, bungalow was totally reconstructed and extended 12 years ago to a very high standard, which is immediately obvious on viewing. Accommodation includes an entrance hall and cosy sitting room with a solid fuel stove, which complements the oil fired central heating, and with a very high BER reading of C3, heating bills will not be an issue. There is a modern kitchen with a generous range of built-in and overhead cupboard space, three bedrooms, two of which are large double bedrooms, and one ensuite. The front garden has been removed for ease of maintenance and to offer off-street parking.
The Claddagh is one of Galway’s most sought after addresses, with a well established community, within walking distance of the city centre and Salthill Promenade. Finding a modern, spacious, bungalow in turnkey condition is certainly a rare find, so immediate viewing is recommended in order to judge the quality on offer. Advised minimum value is €360,000. Open viewing takes place Saturday from 2.30pm to 3pm.
Also included in Colleran’s Auction on the 16th March is No 16 Elm Park, Renmore, open viewing Saturday 11am to 11.30am; No 160 Castlelawn Heights, open viewing 12 noon to 12.30pm; No 35 Cookes Terrace, Bohermore, open viewing 12.45pm to 1.15pm; and No 12 Grattan Terrace, Claddagh, open viewing 1.45pm to 2.15pm.
For more information contact Colleran auctioneers at 091, 562293, or see www.collerans.com