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Four bedroom house in perfect condition in Salthill

This four bedroom house in Salthill is an incredible investment opportunity. The house is in turn-key condition, and still has plenty of empty space available for any homeowner to leave their mark on the property.

O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers are offering this four storey detached house at Rathgeal, Carragh Grove in Salthill, a stunning residential neighbourhood, for sale by Private Treaty.

The ground floor of this property consists of the main living area, with a living room, dining room, kitchen, study, and main bathroom.

Four bedroom house in perfect condition in Salthill

The living room is furnished with warm timber flooring and a feature fireplace that serves as the focus of the room’s welcoming atmosphere.

A set of French doors lead to the potential study room, which could also be utilised in any other way the owner pleases.

The large kitchen is outfitted with modern appliances and wooden storage units, ensuring there is plenty of space for keeping food, cooking, and eating, without having people tripping over one another.

Outside there is a wooden decking area accessible from the kitchen, providing a wonderful space to enjoy the sun and a sea breeze in the summer.

Four bedroom house in perfect condition in Salthill

The ground floor also features a fully tiled bathroom with a radiator and shower.

Upstairs there are four carpeted double bedrooms, three of which come with their own tiled ensuite bathrooms outfitted with showers.

A fourth separate bathroom with a bath/shower combo completes the first floor.

The sheer abundance of space is the most obvious feature of this property. Not only through the ground floor living area, and the four existing bedrooms, but in the potential space that exists in the top floor and garage.

Galway Daily property Four bedroom house in perfect condition in Salthill

The attic of the house has been converted into two additional rooms and a bathroom. The two main rooms have already been outfitted with timber flooring, skylights, radiators, and fitted storage spaces, and the bathroom is also furnished with a shower.

There is little for any owner to do but decide how they wish to use these rooms, and move in furniture.

At the lowest level of the building is a two-bay garage with electronic doors. With off-street parking already available out front, and on a private tarmac drive leading to the garage, this could easily be converted to another large room.

The bottom floor also features a tiled bathroom with a shower, and a utility room outfitted with a tiled floor, which is easily cleaned, along with storage units and a countertop complete with a sink, as well as an office room.

The neighbourhood at Carragh Grove is extremely desirable, in close proximity to many amenities including Rusheen Bay and Blackrock Diving Tower, as well as Galway Golf Club and Barna Woods, and is just a short drive from the city centre.

The immaculate condition of the property, ready to move in at a moment’s notice, and neighbourhood amenities combine to make it a fantastic potential family home.

It would also make a great investment property, with so much space for any owner to shape and refurbish it to their liking.

The property is extremely energy efficient, with an excellent B3 BER rating, ensuring that it can be easily and affordably kept warm despite its size.

The asking price for this home is €595,000. To see more of what could be yours check it out online at odonnjoyce.com/residential/brochure/rathgeal-carragh-grove-salthill-galway/4416271.

To enquire about this property or to arrange a viewing, contact O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers at 091 564212 between Monday and Friday, 9am – 5:30pm.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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