More than 50 properties across Galway and the western seaboard are set to under the hammer at a bumper auction next month.
Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers said the Wild Atlantic Way Auction on March 4 will offer exceptional value.
“Properties from Donegal to Kerry and predominantly Galway City will go for sale by auction.
“There is tremendous variety and diversity, all which must be sold, with exceptional value particularly for first-time buyers and investors alike,” said Mr O’Donnellan.
Among the properties going under the hammer are:
25 Dalysfort Road, Salthill. A three-bed mid-terrace residence located on the top of Dalysfort Road with views over Salthill Promenade and Galway Bay. The Advised Minimum Value is €300,000.
The Stiles, Kingston, Galway. Architecturally designed family home, located on a magnificent site in this much sought-after residential area of the Kingston Road. The property which stands on one of the finest sites contains unparalleled views overlooking Galway Golf Club, Galway Bay and the surrounding coastline. The AMV is €450,000.
5 Rockbarton Court, Salthill. Two-bed ground floor apartment, refurbished to a high standard in a very popular residential area beside Pearse Stadium. The AMV is €180,000.
25 McDermott Avenue, Mervue. A three-bed bungalow on a large corner site in one of Galway’s oldest and more established residential areas. The AMV is €125,000.
25 Lower Newcastle Road. High profile commercial/residential property situated adjacent to the gates of NUI Galway. It contains an abundance of space on the ground floor commercial unit and a four-bed apartment overhead. This property would make a gilt-edged investment. The AMV is €500,000.
15 Arasain na Mara, Salthill. A first floor three-bed apartment with breathtaking views over Salthill Promenade, Galway Bay and the surrounding coastline. The property comes with two parking spaces. The AMV is €160,000.
4 Emmet Avenue, Mervue. Three-bed mid-terraced residence in mint decorative order and repair. The property has been refurbished to the highest of standards by its present owners. The AMV is €170,000.
1 Parkmore, Dublin Road, Tuam. Three-bed house on a large corner site in turnkey condition. Features include wooden flooring, double insulated attic and an extension to the rear. The AMV is €85,000.
Old Post Office, The Square, Dunmore. Large semi-detached property formerly the post office overlooking the village square. The AMV is €50,000.
39 Portacarron, Ballymoneen Road, Galway. Four-bed semi-detached house with an additional attic conversion. The AMV is €225,000.
For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.
Former showhouse for development comes with option to buy contents
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are handling the sale of a beautifully designed four-bedroom home on the Letteragh Road in Galway.
Built in 2018, No 4 Breacán was the showhouse at the time and the current owners have kept it to that beautiful, high spec standard.
Comprising approximately 1,250 square feet of bright and spacious living accommodation, this modern A-rated home has been finished to the highest standards and is being sold with a host of features, including a fully integrated kitchen (with electrical appliances), a beautifully landscaped, south facing rear garden, extensive tiling, and wood floors throughout and private parking for two cars, to mention just a few.
Selling agent Kyle O’Brien said: “4 Breacán is an outstanding home that is ready for immediate occupation. Built by well-known developers ‘Burkeway Homes’, it was the showhouse and credit to the owners, they have kept in that condition.
“The new owners can turn the key and walk straight in without having to do a thing. There is also the option of the purchasing all the contents which are all relatively new and in perfect condition.
“With material and labour costs continuing to sore, this is the perfect home for buyers who literally want a ‘showhouse’ quality home,” said Mr O’Brien.
The asking price is €435,000. For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard on 091 565261.
Well-maintained home just a short walk to schools
This detached family home is located at Fort Lorenzo in Galway and is in excellent decorative order throughout.
No 8 Barr na Carraige, which is accessed off the Bishop O’Donnell Road roundabout, was built in the mid 1990s by Brennan Developers. It is part of a small development of just 26 units and is mainly owner occupied and comprises a mixture of semi-detached and detached family homes.
The property is in excellent decorative order throughout and benefits from having a private west-facing rear garden and overlooks a green area to the front.
Constructed and fitted to a very high standard, this 116 square metre (1,249 sq ft) home is very well maintained both internally and externally. The ground floor comprises a large living room to the front with solid fuel stove.
The kitchen/dining area to the rear features sliding doors to the west facing garden. A utility room and guest toilet complete the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, one of which is en suite and the main bathroom. A large hot press completes the upstairs accommodation.
Barr na Carraige is an established, mature and quiet residential area, close to all services including Gateway Shopping Park – where Dunnes, B&Q and Harvey Norman are the anchor tenants – and the new Tesco supermarket (formerly Joyces).
There is a variety of schools of all levels within easy walking distance including Salerno and St Enda’s Secondary School, which are less than five minutes’ walk from here.
A short stroll from the property, down Threadneedle Road, will bring you to Salthill Promenade.
Selling agent Lorraine Scully said: “Overall, this is a truly impressive home in an outstanding location, it must be viewed to be appreciated.”
The asking price is €515,000. The BER Rating is D1. For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact Sherry FitzGerald on 091 569123.
Picture perfect property finished like a showhouse
Number 31 Maoilin is a large four bed semi-detached home overlooking a green area in Knocknacarra on the western side of Galway City.
Off the Ballymoneen Road, there is a cobblelock drive for parking and a landscaped south-facing rear garden.
Built in 2016 by Burkeway Homes, this home benefits from having an ‘A’ Energy rating and has been finished to a high standard throughout.
The spacious light-filled accommodation is enhanced by high ceilings and the property has been beautifully maintained by its current owners.
The ground floor consists of a large bright living room with feature electric fire, bespoke built-in library style book casing and pocket doors leading to the kitchen/diner.
The open plan kitchen/diner has extensive kitchen units and French doors opening onto the South facing rear garden which has been professionally landscaped. The modern fitted kitchen has integrated appliances and separate utility area. A guest toilet completes the ground floor.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, one of which is ensuite. The main bathroom completes the accommodation. The current owners have wired the upper floor to enable internet router ensuring high speed connection for the home office.
Maoilin offers family living with beautifully manicured green areas a playground and adult outdoor exercise equipment within the development.
The driveway is laid with Tobermore cobblelock stone and can accommodate two vehicles and has mature shrubbery beds. The rear garden has been professional landscaped by Greengrass Landscaping and incorporates an extensive patio area, astro turf lawn, raised beds concealed gas tank/bin store. The is also a large Steeltech shed with electrics, outdoor tap and sockets.