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Galway Advertiser

February 3 2005

Open viewing of superb Shantalla property up for auction
An open viewing of a two/three bedroom residence in Shantalla up for auction will take place this Saturday from 12 noon to 1pm. While in need of some modernisation Number 5 Colmcille Road offers excellent accommodation and comprises a sitting room with open fireplace, kitchen, two bedrooms, optional study/third bedroom, and shower, wc, and whb. The property also has an extensive garden to the rear and has ofch. John Quinn who is looking after the sale of the property says it will ideally suit an owner occupier looking to secure a brilliantly located property within walking distance of every amenity in particular the hospital and university, or investors for letting purposes. This property is due to be auctioned on March 16 at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square. Full details available from John Quinn auctioneers (091) 569174/5. This very attractive 2,600sq ft detached family home, currently under construction, is located towards the rear of the Creagan development in Barna village. Built by O'Malley Construction this residence is deceptively spacious with accommodation comprising a large entrance hallway, kitchen/diner, bright spacious living room and sitting room, five attractive bedrooms (two en suite), study, conservatory, utility, wc, and bathroom. Its elegance and contemporary design is matched by the attractions of its location, which is virtually in the centre of Barna. Extensive natural landscaping will help integrate this development into the environs. In terms of lifestyle, amenities, and recreation, it would be difficult to improve on what this location has to offer.

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Two storey Barna property under construction

146 Creagan, Barna, Galway.

On its doorstep are local beaches, woodlands, a golf course, and the harbour pier providing a range of outdoor activities. All of this against the backdrop of Galway Bay, the

ruggedness of Connemara, and the tranquillity of the Burren. For further details or to arrange a viewing contact Rooney auctioneers (091) 567391.

5 Colmcille Road, Shantalla.

Pearls of Wisdom goes under the hammer
Pearls of Wisdom, located on what is regarded as one of Galway's most prestigious tourist streets will be offered for sale in a public auction on March 11 by auctioneers O'Donnellan & Joyce. Colm O'Donnellan who is looking after the sale describes Pearls of Wisdom as being one of the finest located properties currently on the market. Situated in a high profile position in the heart of Quay Street, the property was recently damaged by fire and is in need of refurbishment. It contains excellent accommodation over four floors. Neighbouring properties include Naughtons licensed premises, The Spanish Arch Hotel, Front Door licensed premises, and it is adjacent to the Druid Theatre. Accommodation comprises a retail unit on the ground floor of 400sq ft. Accommodation on the first floor comprises a living room with a magnificent stone fireplace, store room, bedroom, and bathroom, while a living room and second bedroom are situated on the third floor. The guide price is in the region of 1 - 1.2 million. Further particulars can be had from Colm O'Donnellan/ Anne Harding of O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers (091) 564212/ 568403.

Landmark filling station selling as a going concern
Everyone who passes through Killtormer will recognise the Maxol filling station as a landmark in the village. Well now this property has come to the market selling as a going concern. This well established thriving business is located on the main road in Killtormer approximately seven miles from Ballinasloe town. The property includes a recently refurbished four bedroom bungalow with new windows, new fitted kitchen, and a large rear garden. The shop unit attached to the house measures in excess of 700sq ft where groceries, petrol, cigarettes, are all sold and a good turnover is achieved. The property is full of potential with 1,100sq ft of

Loughnanes Petrol Station & Shop, Killtormer, Ballinasloe.

storage space and with roller shutter doors for vehicular access which could easily be used as a commercial garage or tyre bay, and a large forecourt with petrol pumps. The discerning purchaser could look at developing a car wash/valet, a tyre repair service, or a commercial garage. The property is set on a site

of 0.75 acre in total and with planning permission recently applied in the village for a large commercial development, it represents an ideal opportunity for those who require a modern home with an established business attached. For further details contact Sherry FitzGerald Pat Callanan Loughrea (091) 872200.

Beautiful home in unbeatable location
Located in Upper Newcastle, No 67 is a superb four bedroom detached residence, a mere five minute walk from NUIG and UCHG. The property has a good sized front lawn with mature shrubs giving an extra sense of privacy, with ample parking in the driveway. Moving into the house itself, the entrance hall is spacious and fully carpeted. Leading off the hall is the dining/living room, a large open plan room with coving and open fireplace perfect for cold winter evenings. There is also the added advantage of a lounge which is a beautiful bright room with coving and large picture windows overlooking the front garden. The fully fitted kitchen is spacious and well laid out with excellent storage and overlooks the landscaped rear garden. Moving upstairs there are four spacious bedrooms, three of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. Also located upstairs is the family bathroom which is tiled throughout. Externally the rear garden can be accessed from the side of the house; it includes a lawn area with mature trees and shrubs. There is also the

67 Upper Newcastle.

Pearls of Wisdom, Quay Street.

advantage of an extra storage shed, coal shed, and outer shed, which do not detract from the garden itself. This is a beautiful family home with a convenient central location. Further details from Keane Mahony Smith (091) 563744.

NOTE: The final deadline for articles for the Property Pages is 12 noon on Monday. Articles must be submitted before then.

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