Accessed from St Mary’s Road and adjacent to the Jes primary school, this house on Raleigh Row could not be more central to the city centre and all amenities.
It is also quite a rarity for houses to come to market in this area, according to agents DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, who are delighted to include what they describe as one of the nicest townhouses in the area in their next auction at a “really attractive” Advised Minimum Value of €170,000.
No. 20 Raleigh Row and its neighbouring semi detached were built some 70 years ago but the agents advise this gem has been totally refurbished to a high specification.
Internally, walls have been dry lined, all carpentry replaced with hardwood doors, skirting and architrave and the kitchen is fully completed with a range of appliances. There is a mix of tile and hardwood floors with all windows and doors of PVC double glazing. Two bedrooms share a fully tiled bathroom and the attic space has been partially floored for storage.
The house also has a huge bonus of being set back from the road, with a private garden and a large rear area. There are two secure off street parking spaces with this house which the agents say are no doubt like gold dust for the owner/occupier or may provide space for further extension.
Agent Alan Maxwell has extended an open invitation to all interested parties on Saturdays and Wednesdays from 3pm-4pm before the auction on Friday 26 July at the Imperial Hotel Eyre Square.
No. 20 Raleigh Row and all 16 lots for the next DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard Auction can be viewed on www.dnggalwayauctions.ie, which also offers a live streaming option on the day.