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€4m worth of property to go under hammer

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Baunoge, Loughrea, AMV €80,000

Sherry Fitzgerald and DTZ Sherry Fitzgerald will hold an auction in the city next week, where a total of 16 commercial and residential properties will go under the hammer – with a combined value of almost €4 million.

The auction is already being looked at as a strong indicator of developer interest in buying land with planning permission for houses.

A site of just under seven acres on the Coast Road close to Roscam – which has permission for 13 detached houses – will go under the hammer with an Advised Minimum Value of €600,000.

There are also a series of investment opportunities in Galway City, Loughrea and Oranmore.

There are just two residential properties set to go under the hammer – both three-bed detached properties (different house types) in the Baunoge development in Loughrea, both of which have AMVs of €80,000.

Also set for auction are the unit housing Jack Jordan’s take-away in Doughiska and an overhead barber – the tenants are not affected. Jack Jordan’s has an AMV of €160,000 and generates a rent of €16,500 per annum, while the barbers has an AMV of €100,000 and generates €14,000 per annum in rent.

Also for auction in Galway City is the former ‘Bella Roma’ and an adjoining ground floor unit (totalling 6,000 sq ft) at Aras Guaire on Bothar Uí Eithir which has an AMV of €500,000.

On Prospect Hill, a three-storey mixed use building which is currently vacant and overlooks Eyre Square, has an AMV of €275,000.

At 5 Middle Street, a ground floor show unit producing a rent of €8,400 per annum, has an AMV of €90,000.

On the Headford Road, a site of just over five acres close to Terryland (zoned ‘Recreation and Amenity’) – behind Dun na Coiribe and opposite Terryland Retail Park – has an AMV of €70,000.

In Loughrea, the old ESB building on Piggott Street has an AMV of €200,000 and is currently producing rent of €17,754 per annum.

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Coastal home from the 1930s is full of character

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Tí Mhíl: fully renovated in 2001.

‘TÍ Mhíl’, a wonderful coastal property full of character and charm, is set on a large 1.43 acre south-facing site in a scenic setting along the Conamara Coast Road in Bantragh, Ballinahown.

Fully renovated in 2001, the 1930s property is beautifully presented and it retains many of its original features including that of the traditional exposed cut-stone walls in the living area, landing and bedrooms.

Accommodation consists of an entrance porch which leads into a lovely spacious living area with solid fuel stove. Off the living area to the rear is the kitchen which is complete with fitted kitchen units. Double doors lead out from the kitchen to the rear garden which enjoys lovely countryside views. Velux windows in the kitchen allow natural light to flood through this space.

The downstairs bedroom is located off the living room and off this room is a small hallway which leads to shower room and hot press. The wooden stairs leads to the first floor where there are two further spacious bedrooms and the family bathroom. The property enjoys unspoilt distant views of the Aran Islands to the front of the property and a large area of commonage land to the rear.

Externally, there are three traditional stone outbuildings on the site, two of which are ideally suited for storage purposes while the larger of the outbuildings could potentially be used as a workshop or studio. The property is made up of many fields which are all enclosed by stone walls. The fields offer tremendous potential for grazing paddocks, veggie garden, poly tunnel and furthermore there is potential for a site, subject to planning permission.

This is an excellent opportunity for those looking to acquire a splendid property in this very scenic and tranquil area of Conamara and yet be within easy commuting distance of the city. The property would make an ideal holiday home, starter home or luxury home redevelopment.

The asking price is €275,000. For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact DNG Martin O’Connor on 091 866708.

 

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Spectacular home looks out across Galway Bay

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Leac Aimhreidh , Ballymoneen Road in Knocknacarra.

Leac Aimhreidh is a superb detached architecturally designed family home set on a one-acre elevated site looking south over Galway Bay.

Located on the Ballymoneen Road in Knocknacarra on the western side of the city, the landscaped grounds are established, mature and well-tended offering privacy, space and shelter and include a tennis court.

Built in 1989 by the current owners, the property has been developed and maintained thought with care to provide a modern, efficient home, benefitting from B3 BER rating.

The property has a natural stone boundary wall with stone entrance pillars, electric gates opening onto a fine gravel avenue. It is centrally positioned amongst the established gardens.

The full height entrance hall gives a sense of space and light, leading to well-proportioned rooms and split-level floors that maximise the views over the gardens, Galway and Galway Bay.

The property is fitted and finished to a very high standard with solid engineered oak timber flooring, solid wood doors, architraves and skirtings, high quality bathroom suites and fitted kitchen and wardrobes.

It is comfortable and full of charm, with lots of space to accommodate family life. The beautiful established gardens have been planned and developed since 1989 with the result that they offer superb mature amenity to the residence.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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Surrounded by scenic countryside

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Killora

Killora is an impressive four bedroom detached home set on approximately 0.59 acres of beautifully matured and landscaped gardens surrounded by scenic countryside views just 1km from Maree..

Constructed in 1998 and extended in 2008, the property offers an energy efficient home with high quality and attractive finishes throughout each room of the 2,314 square feet of accommodation.

It is laid out over two floors incorporating a design that maximises space and natural light while taking full advantage of the views.

Internally, the entrance hall displays the standard of finish to be seen in the rest of the property. The large, stylish living room is a perfect space to host guests or relax and from here you are drawn through French doors toward the east, south and west facing sunroom with panoramic views of surrounding countryside and the Burren Hills.

The large kitchen dining area is positioned to the rear on the south side and almost spans the full width of the home. It is an expertly handcrafted and solid beech kitchen while the double-sided stove from the living room sits in the dining area under a red brick chimney breast. All four bedrooms are spacious double rooms, two are ensuite and one is currently used a home office.

The main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe features an elevated space with a vaulted ceiling and balcony to retreat and take in the views.

Externally, the grounds are sanctuary-like and have been maintained to a very high standard complimenting the home with beautiful gardens, a large south-west facing patio terrace, a well-equipped fish pond and a vegetable patch.

The detached garage is insulated, serviced with power and water, includes a toilet and is plumbed for heating giving it potential for use as an office or multipurpose space (subject to planning).

The property is located in a highly regarded area offering a peaceful and picturesque setting in a thriving community accessible to schools, shops, the motorway network, larger urban towns/cities and Shannon airport.

The asking price is €620,000. For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact Sherry FitzGerald on 091 569123.

 

 

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