7a Saint Francis Street, Galway, Ireland Claddagh Galway | Offr.io
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7a Saint Francis Street, Galway, Ireland

Office | Auction




O'Donnellan and Joyce are delighted to offer for sale a high profile commercial property located in the heart of Galway City Centre.

The subject property occupies a high profile position on Saint Francis Street, a busy thoroughfare which links to Eglington Street and Courthouse Square respectively. The immediate area is a bustling mixed use area and is predominantly commercial in character with a mixture of retail, office and educational facilities. The “Gate House” is positioned directly adjacent to the renowned Franciscan Abbey and across from the Mercy Primary School.


No.7 Saint Francis Street, known as “The Gate House” benefits from extensive frontage and comprises of a self-contained 2-storey building extending to approximately 198 sq.m throughout. The ground floor benefits from two pedestrian access points which leads to two internal staircases. The accommodation consists of several open plan rooms along with toilet and shower facilities both on the ground and first floor respectively. The property is constructed of stone concrete walls under a flat asphalt roof with double glazed PVC windows.

As outlined, the property is well positioned and would be regarded as a landmark building within Galway City. Positioned within 500m of Eyre Square and National University of Galway, the property is within walking distance to all amenities that Galway City has to offer.

For Further details please contact Shane McDonagh of O’Donnellan & Joyce.

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