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10 The Crescent, Co. Galway

4 Bed

3 Bath

179 m²



  • Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
  • Overall Floor Area: 179 m²
O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers are proud to present to market a unique opportunity to acquire this Victorian period residence in the much sought after Galway City location of The Crescent. Constructed in 1837 & one of the original terrace houses of The Crescent, no.10 has been well maintained by the current owner & upgraded with modern services whilst still beautifully presented with many period characteristics still intact. Such features include vaulted ceilings with decorative cornicing, sash windows & shutters, marble & cast-iron fireplaces and ample accommodation throughout. Consisting of approximately 179 sq.m over two stories, no.10 The Crescent offers an abundance of space internally. The ground floor is arranged between a beautiful dining room to the front, separate kitchen-living area, a downstairs bathroom & service room, as well as completed via a large bedroom with en-suite, all of which are adjacent via the main entrance hall. Upstairs is arranged on a split level currently with three sizeable bedrooms & a main family bathroom. The front of the property avails of a spacious drawing room with feature fireplace, reminiscent of the period of construction, and an adjacent study room. For modern living this could benefit as an additional bedroom area with walk-in wardrobe/en-suite. Externally no.10 The Crescent is equally impressive. Accessible via the cast-iron gate & stone-wall frontage, the front garden is encompassed by mature greenery with a long stone-paved pathway allowing the residence to avail of plenty of privacy for a city locale. The rear garden offers excellent depth with 40m+ in length with more mature greenery & sun-traps perfect for outdoor hosting. The coach house situated at the rear of the property is perfectly utilised as an additional rec room or could potentially be used as a self-contained unit (STPP). A gated rear entrance backing onto Palmyra Avenue gives further pedestrian access, as well as vehicle access & off-street parking. Situated at the bottom of Taylor’s Hill, The Crescent has long been considered as one of Galway City’s most sought after residential addresses & a landmark location with tree-lined surroundings and walking distance to everything Galway is famous for. Within close proximity is Galway’s vibrant Latin Quarter & West offering some of the best restaurants in Ireland. Additionally within walking distance is NUIG & UCHG, and the seaside village of Salthill with several popular outdoor landmarks including Salthill promenade & Blackrock diving tower. Along with being well serviced by an abundance of amenities expected from city living, The Crescent is within minutes of several leading primary & secondary schools making it a perfect location for family living. No.10 The Crescent would be the perfect home for anybody looking to avail of city living at its finest in a period-style property rare to Galway with ample accommodation, internally & externally.   Viewing is highly recommended to truly appreciate the character & quality on offer. Keep up to-date with NEW PROPERTIES by registering your details on our database, please contact our office on 091-564212. Properties can be viewed on our website NOTE: These particulars are not to be considered a formal offer. They are for information only and give a general idea of the property. They are not to be taken as forming any part of a resulting contract, nor to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. Whilst every care is taken in their preparation, neither O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers nor the vendor accept any liability as to their accuracy. Intending purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of these particulars. No person in the employment of O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. Entrance Hall    High ceilings with ornate coving, inner hall double doors with stain glass over light. Timber flooring. Dining Room    Original pitch pine timber floor, feature white marble fireplace with cast iron inset and marble hearth Breakfast Room    Pitch pine timber floor, cast iron open fireplace, cornice ceiling decorations, window seat Kitchen    Original 1837 tiled flooring, fitted kitchen units, wall and floor mounted presses, Belfast sink Back Hall    Tiled flooring, feature stairwell Shower Room    Tiled and timber flooring, wc, wash hand basin, shower Utility Room    Tiled flooring, cloak press, fitted presses and shelving, plumbed for washing machine and dryer Bedroom 1    Pine timber flooring, built in wardrobe, dual aspect room, en suite shower room FIRST FLOOR Rear Landing    Timber and carpet flooring Bathroom    Pine timber flooring, original cast iron claw leg bath, wc, wash hand basin, airing cupboard Bedroom 2    Timber flooring, dual aspect room Bedroom 3    Carpet over timber, built in wardrobe and shelving, currently used as dressing room Bedroom 4    Carpet over timber flooring, rear aspect window Sitting Room    Original pine timber flooring, white marble feature fireplace with granite hearth brick inset and gas fire. Two South facing windows Study/ Library    Pine timber flooring, built in book shelving Gardens    Front: Cast iron railing and gate onto tarmac pedestrian path with paving stones, lawns either side of the path, shrubs and flowerbeds at entrance, natural stone wall boundaries, mature cherry tree and copper beech tree. Rear: Large private 43m long, sheltered and mature garden with both pedestrian and vehicular rear entrance gates off Pylmara Avenue. Natural stone paved paths and patios, bin service area, lawns, vegetable plots, flower garden, mature shrub beds, established trees. Natural stone wall boundaries to sides and rear, creepers covering most. Paved BBQ area immediately to rear of house. '
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Property Features

  • Landmark residential location
  • Constructed circa 1837
  • Period style home rare to Galway City
  • Original features throughout
  • Vaulted ceiling & sash windows
  • Ample accommodation
  • Large private garden with mature greenery
  • Off-street parking & rear access

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