Author: Our Reporter
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This immaculate semi-detached residence in situated in a quiet cul-de-sac setting off the Clybaun Road in Galway.
Number 12 Cúl Áitínn is presented in turn-key condition and offers excellent accommodation over two storeys, with approximately 160 square metres throughout.
The ground floor includes a large welcoming hall with understairs storage, which leads to a spacious living area with gas fireplace, two downstairs bedrooms, a main family bathroom, and a large open-space kitchen-reception with modern fittings, adjacent dining space with vaulted ceilings filled by natural light. The floor is completed via a separate utility space.
The dormer-style property offers a large landing upstairs leading to two impressive sized bedrooms, both of which are the length of the property and each avail of their own en suites, whilst the main bedroom has been re-coordinated to offer a walk-in wardrobe.
Externally, the property benefits from a cobbled patio driveway with off-street parking, whilst the rear of the property boasts a beautiful private garden with a patio space, manicured green, solid standing shed and an outdoor reception area ideally positioned for a sun-trap and outdoor hosting.
The property is offered to the market in immaculate condition which is evident immediately upon entry. The current owners have maintained the property excellently, and there is a B3 energy rating.
It is positioned in the end corner of an already quiet and secure estate situated just off the Clybaun Road. The estate has 28 homes in total, along with a well-maintained communal space.
The area benefits from an abundance of local amenities and services with several schools nearby, a gym, swimming pool and local shops, supermarkets and restaurants within walking distance.
Cúl Áitínn is also close to the likes of Cappagh Park, McGrath’s Field, Barna Woods, Silverstrand and Salthill Promenade.
The asking price is €450,000. For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers on 091 564212.
Pictured: Turn-key condition: Clybaun Road, Galway.
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