Detached city house is a fixer upper project

Galway Daily property Detached city house is a fixer upper project

This spacious detached house in Galway City is a fixer upper project waiting for an owner looking to create their dream family home.

O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers are offering this four bed detached house at 106 Seacrest, Knocknacarra for sale at their next Live Stream Auction on June 4.

In need of complete refurbishment and modernisation, this house is an undertaking for owners looking to put their own stamp on a property.

The ground floor of the house has incredible potential to become a bright and airy family area, with an open plan design that creates a welcoming sense of space and intimacy.

The main living room features an extremely attractive stone block fireplace that pulls the room together. From there a set of double doors lead to the kitchen/breakfast room, which also comes with a brick fireplace.

Just off the kitchen is a utility room leading out to the rear garden. This has been allowed to grow somewhat wild itself. But in the right pair of hands could become another element of the home makeover that would allow a family to make this into the perfect house for them.

Upstairs the house features four bedrooms, with built in wardrobes, and the main bathroom of the house, which is already fully tiled. The master bedroom also comes with its own ensuite bathroom.

Some additional storage space can be found in the attic accessible from the first floor.

Out front the property has another front garden, and off street parking on the tarmac driveway.

This house is located in an established residential neighbourhood on the west side of Galway City. 

Well positioned within the Seacrest Estate, you don’t have to go far to enjoy some green space as a lovely public park, McGrath’s Field, can be found practically at the doorstep.

The full details of this property are available at:

Live Stream Auction

This property will be sold at the O’Donnellan & Joyce Live Stream Property Auction which takes place on Friday, June 4 at 12 midday.  

Over 40 homes, businesses, and plots from across the west of Ireland will be going under the hammer that day. 

In order to bid in the auction you must register beforehand on O’Donnellan & Joyce’s website, with a booking deposit paid, by Wednesday, June 2.

Only remote bidding will be allowed on the day due to COVID-19 restrictions. You may register to bid via internet, telephone or proxy. Further details on the auction process can be obtained by contacting the auction team on 091 564 212 or by emailing