Woodquay is one of the most thriving modern business areas in Galway City, with multiple popular gastro pubs and boutiques, and is also a neighbourhood where properties don’t often come on the market.
O’Donnellan & Joyce are offering the chance for a once in a lifetime investment in 30 Woodquay Street, a two storey terraced house in the city centre that is ripe for renovation into a home or business.
Though the house is in poor condition, and would need extensive work to bring it to a habitable condition, the opportunity it represents cannot be overstated.
The bones of the three-bedroom house are still there, and any potential buyer could have a fantastic investment home in one of the most desired neighbourhoods in the city.
Or, with the proper planning permission from the city council, this property could easily be converted into a business, at a location that is one of the rising spots for food and drink in Galway City Centre.
This property is also double fronted, and the owner will have a building that faces onto both Woodquay out front, and St Brendan’s Avenue to the rear.
To see more of this property, check it out at O’Donnellan & Joyce’s website at odonnjoyce.com/residential/brochure/30-woodquay-street-city-centre-galway-city/4402407.
O’Donnellan & Joyce’s next public auction will take place on Friday, September 18 at the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, in Galway City, starting from 12pm.
To see the incredible homes and other properties in Galway and around the country that could be yours, consult the auction catalogue at odonnjoyce.com/auction/properties/3785.
There are 28 properties on the block in Galway city and in towns, villages and rural areas around the county including apartments, houses, and three former Garda Stations.
Register now to bid by phone, internet or via proxy. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no in person attendance will be allowed, but this auction will be live streamed through O’Donnellan & Joyce’s website and social media channels.