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Galway , Ireland

Property Description

This is a very Rare Sale of a Unique 1937 Town House, mid Terrace on a short row of one story Lace Makers Properties Circa 1800.
Centrally located in Headford Town Centre backing up to rear of The Anglers Rest Hotel, the Road Running Parallel to Main Street.
In it rests a row of pretty cottages and at the far end there is a Cul de Sac with a small modern housing development.
The town is restful and yet it has many interesting amenities, many Galwegians are trying to rent in the area as a preferred home and its rental potential exceeds that of Galway City itself, Locally 2 to 3 bed properties are renting for an average of €1200 per month.
Making any property bought here a great investment.

This 1937 build home has Three Bedrooms, One Bathroom, Large South Facing Kitchen, Living-room with Open Hearth and Oil Fired Central Heating. Including a large garden and growth potential.

It has a very large rear mature landscaped garden which is bordered on all sides by neighbouring gardens, fencing throughout and a boiler-house outside the kitchen doors.
To the rear of the garden there is a dry stone wall and an area large enough to erect a large structure ie shed or similar.

This is a deceptively roomy home, at first glance from outside it appears to be small but once you pass through the front entrance swathed in Honeysuckle and Clematis, on a trellis framing the front door. You see a bright hallway with 9ft ceilings and a porcelain tiled floor.

The Cottage has Three bedrooms and a Modern designer bathroom with natural lighting, tiled floor to ceiling.
Double glazing and thick original walls offer a warm cozy, easy to maintain and heat home,

The living area has a natural fuel fire with a Victorian cast iron fireplace and oil fired central heating.
The feature kitchen is the bright soul of the home, with wonderful views of the south facing garden.
The Attic is floored and wired with lighting and folding stairs.

Unique to this area with its roomy lofty ceilings, this home sits amongst its neighbours of circa 1800 Lace Makers Cottages, homes owned by families for generations, rarely sold.

It is a 2 minute walk to all local amenities:

Health Clinic with 2 doctors and a nurses Clinic, Four Chemists and a very large Hotel. Numerous Bars and Estate Agents, Two Supermarkets Keady's and Joyces Supermarkets, Joyces Furniture and Homeware and Hardware, The Mart, Many Health and Beauty Salons, Restaurants including Supermac's. Two Filling Stations, Garda Station, Church, Secondary and Primary School and Pre-Schools and after School Care. Gated children’s playground, Running Circuit with exterior Exercise Equipment and GAA Pitches, Two Grass and one AstroTurf Football Pitches.

Solas Family Resource Centre, offer advice, training and assistance to the local community.
The Corrib Lake has a lodge and access to boating. There are many Cycling and Hiking and Fishing groups through-out the area and local seasonal hunting and shooting groups.
Galway City Centre is 16 miles and a 27 minute Drive on a New Road and Bus Eireann and Burkes Bus Stop.
With access to ClareGalway enroute.
Aldi is a 22 minute drive to Ballinrobe.
Cong and Ashford Castle and Grounds are a 17 minute drive
Headford Town is the through road to Cong, Tuam, Ballinrobe, Castlebar, Westport, Ballina, Sligo.
All notable areas of outstanding scenic beauty.
There are many Archaeological Sites, such as Ross Abbey and Ross Errilly Friary and man

Additional Details

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  • Furnished No
  • Garage No
  • Central Heating Yes
  • Air Conditioning No
  • Garden Yes
  • Pool No

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