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2 Pollnarooma West, Salthill, Galway

€625,000 - Sold Price Sold 165 sqm approx



On Thursday 25th May in The Ardilaun Hotel, Taylors Hill, Galway at 3.00pm

The Promenade, swimming at Blackrock, Galway Golf Club, the tennis club, Pearse Stadium, established schools and services, all on the shores of Galway Bay are some of what makes Salthill so

special. Pollnarooma comprises a low density mature development of detached homes next to Galway Golf Course, five minutes from the promenade and where each home stands on

an individual site. No. 2 occupies a particularly special position at the entrance to Pollnarooma, directly overlooking the fourth hole of Galway Golf Course & benefits from having stunning views over Galway Bay & the Clare Hills.

Built in 1978 the rooms are large, spacious and well-proportioned and this property is suitable for those who require room for a large or expanding family.

On the ground floor there are four reception rooms, including the kitchen, living room, dining room and a study. A utility room and under stairs storage complete the downstairs accommodation. On the first floor, there are four bedrooms, one shared en suite, the main bathroom, a separate shower room and large walk in hot press. The front bedrooms all have access to the south facing balcony, which offers stunning views over Galway Golf Course and Galway Bay. An attached garage to the side of the house completes the accommodation.

Pollnarooma is a very pleasant living environment with spacious family homes on large sites, in an ideal location close to all amenities. Viewing is recommended.


Floor Area: 165sq.m (1,776sq.ft) approx.

Entrance Hall: With carpet flooring and under stairs storage.

Living room: To the front of the house with carpet floor, solid fuel fire with liscannor stone fire place, large picture front aspect window.

Dining room: Large room with carpet flooring, hatch to kitchen, large picture front aspect window.

Study: To the back of the house with carpet flooring and built in bookcases.

Kitchen: Lino flooring, built in kitchen units, door to utility.

Utility: Lino floor, door to rear garden.


Landing: Features carpet flooring and accommodates a large walk in shelved hotpress.

Bedroom 1: Large room to the front of the house with large picture window overlooking Galway Golf Club and Galway Bay. Carpet floors, door to balcony and fully tiled en suite shower room which has shared access with bedroom 2.

Bedroom 2: Single room to the back of the house with carpet floors, built in wardrobes, shared en suite.

Bedroom 3: Double room to the front of the house with carpet floor, built in wardrobe, whb, door to balcony.

Bedroom 4: Double room to the front of the house with carpet floor, built in wardrobes, whb, door to balcony.

Shower Room: Fully tiled with shower unit.

Bathroom: Partly tiled with wc, whb and bath.

Garden: Off street parking to the front with tarmacadam drive and security gates. The front garden is nicely landscaped with mature shrubbary and lawn area. A path guides you around to the back of the house where there is a large lawn area with stone wall boundaries. Attached to the side of the property there is a large garage (160 sq.ft approx) with double doors.

Special Features & Services

Overlooking 4th hole at Galway Golf Club

Views of Galway Bay & Clare Hills

Large gardens to the back

Attached garage to the side

Off street parking



BER No: 109688119

Energy Performance Indicator: 386.37 kWh/m²/yr

BER Information

  • Rating: BER F
  • Number: 109688119
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 386.37 (kWh/m2/yr)

Solicitor Details

  • Name: Dillon Leetch Comerford & Co.
  • Address: 3 Montpelier Terrace, Sea Road, Galway
  • Phone: 091582316
  • Address:

About the Area

Salthill is a seaside area in the City of Galway. Lying within the townland of Lenaboy it attracts many tourists all year round. There is a 2 km long promenade, locally known as the Prom, overlooking Galway Bay with bars, restaurants and hotels.

Salthill has been a tourist destination since the early twentieth century. During the 1950s it was a hot spot for dance and show-bands, the most noticeable location being the Seapoint dance hall now a leisure centre. In recent years, Salthill was a centre point for the 2009 Volvo Ocean Race, as well as the more recent Round-Ireland Powerboat race in 2010. During these events, stands were set up along the Prom selling a variety of goods. Throughout all the developments, Salthill's main attraction every year has been its promenade and numerous sandy beaches. Salthill having a clear blue sea along with a diving area located at Blackrock beach is popular with locals and tourists alike.

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