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Pristine condition classic home in the city is an unmissable opportunity

This breathtakingly picturesque home in one of the most desirable parts of Galway City combines a classic facade in mint condition, with an elegantly refurbished interior that has been carefully chosen to match the old world vibe.

The refurbishments throughout this three storey house have created a comfortable and spacious living area, complete with all modern conveniences, without detracting from the character of the building.

O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers are offering people the chance to become the owner of this pristine four bedroom house at 103 Fr Griffin Road at public auction this month.

On the ground floor the house presents an elegant atmosphere from the moment you step through the front door, with the tiled entrance hall leading into the lounge and upstairs.

Pristine condition classic home in the city is an unmissable opportunity

The open plan lounge and dining room creates a perfect hub for the house, with warm timber floors, windows at both ends, and a solid fuel stove to complete the cosy space.

From the lounge you can make your way to the stunning kitchen and breakfast room, outfitted with ultra-modern appliances and stone countertops, and open stairs leading to the lower level.

The most stunning part of this room is the floor to ceiling glass wall that fills it with light. But there’s no worry about privacy, as it faces out to the rear of the property, displaying a wonderful view of the back garden.

Pristine condition classic home in the city is an unmissable opportunity

On the lower level there is a playroom, perfect to give kids their own space to enjoy, or to create another sitting area if the owner chooses, with french doors leading out to the rear garden.

Also downstairs are the first of four large bedrooms, with timber flooring and built in display units, as well as the downstairs bathroom, which comes with a bath and power shower mixed set.

The lower floor is outfitted with underfloor heating from an air to water system, ensuring that even in the winter, every part of your home can be as toasty as needed, with heat rising from below.

The other three spacious and inviting bedrooms can be found on the first floor. The Master bedroom comes with its own walk-in dressing area with abundant storage space from the wardrobe, chest of drawers, and vanity unit.

Pristine condition classic home in the city is an unmissable opportunity

The upstairs also features a stylish tiled bathroom with a power shower and heated towel rack, for maximum comfort having your morning shower.

A laundry chute also leads directly from the first floor to the laundry room downstairs, which has both a washer and dryer, a quirky convenience to take some of the hassle out of dealing with laundry.

To the rear of the house is a large south facing garden, a luxury in the heart of the city, with a patio area by the door for entertaining guests in the sun, and a lawn bordered by flower beds, perfect for excising that green thumb without requiring massive amounts of maintenance. 

Pristine condition classic home in the city is an unmissable opportunity

This house is amazingly located in Galway City, right next to the Westend with its much loved bars and restaurants, and just a short walk from Salthill Promenade, or the Latin Quarter and City Centre across the river in the other direction.

To see more of this stunning house for yourself, check it out on O’Donnellan & Joyce’s website at odonnjoyce.com/residential/brochure/103-fr-griffin-road-salthill-galway-city/4390261.

Viewings of this home are available by appointment on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 11am and 12am.

The next O’Donnellan & Joyce public auction will take place at the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road on September 18, starting from 12pm.

To view the many great homes and properties up for grabs across Galway and beyond, check out the auction catalogue at odonnjoyce.com/auction/properties/3785.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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