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16 Devon Park, Salthill, Galway, H91 Y2VW

€425,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 100 sqm approx

Features

  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Double Glazed Sash Timber and PVC Windows
  • Private Enclosed Rear Garden
BER F RatingView floorplans (2)

Description

A rare opportunity to acquire a charming double fronted residence in the heart of Old Salthill. Built in the 1930’s with gardens to front and rear it retains its original character. A haven of peace in a small quiet cul de sac so centrally located close to both the city centre, Salthill village and the promenade.

The house has many attractive features including original fireplaces, timber and tile floors, stain glass front door. The reception rooms are dual aspect and are large, bright, well-proportioned rooms. The rear garden is West/North West facing and is very private, not overlooked and is a enjoyable space with a beautiful assortment of colourful plants and trees. The gardens won 1st prize in the Devon Park residents annual competition. Situated in a cul de sac in Devon Park its centrally located within easy reach of City Centre, Salthill Village, The Promenade and all the services the area has to offer. There is on street car parking in front of the property.

It is a beautiful, bright quiet house to live in. It has a very welcome and relaxed feel in the kitchen and living room due to the light and the spaciousness of these downstairs rooms. Viewing is recommended to really appreciate what this property and location have to offer.

GARDEN

Rear Garden: Natural stone paved patio over lawn. Mature shrub beds with wall creepers, tree, established flowers and shrubs. Enclosed private West/North West facing not overlooked garden.

Front Garden: Walled front garden with natural stone, raised shrub beds with established plants and shrubs. Purpose built fuel storage.

SPECIAL FEATURES

• Oil Fired Central Heating

• Bright Dual Aspect Landing

• Stain Glass Front Door

• Double Glazed Sash Timber and PVC Windows

• Private Enclosed Rear Garden

• Original Marble & Cast Iron Fireplaces

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (Original tiled floor, under stairs store, plumbed for washing machine and dryer. Front door stained glass over door and panels.)
  • Sitting Room (Original Pine floor boards, feature marble fireplace with cast iron and tile inset. Solid fuel stove. Built in back shelves and store, dual aspect room.)
  • Kitchen/Dining Room (Tiled flooring, fitted kitchen units with marble worktop, " Ideal Cookanheat" solid fuel stove, hot press, double doors to rear garden.)
  • Landing (Dual aspect, carpet flooring, Stira access to attic.)
  • Bedroom 1 (Master room with carpet flooring, open fireplace, front aspect window.)
  • Bathroom (Tiled floor, free standing cast iron bath, wc, wash hand basin, fully tiled wet shower.)
  • Bedroom 2 (Carpet flooring, rear aspect window, open fireplace.)
  • Bedroom 3 (Carpet flooring, open fireplace, front aspect window.)
  • Garden (Rear Garden: Natural stone paved patio over lawn. Mature shrub beds with wall creepers, tree, established flowers and shrubs. Enclosed private North West facing not overlooked garden. Front Garden: Walled front garden with natural stone, raised shrub beds with established plants and shrubs. Purpose built fuel storage.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER F
  • Number: 110273133
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 416.23 (kWh/m2/yr)

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.