• Bridge House
  • Bridge House
  • Bridge House
  • Bridge House
  • Bridge House
  • Bridge House
  • Bridge House
  • Bridge House
  • Bridge House
Bridge House, Bridge Street, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, H53 HN35 Bridge House
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Bridge House - Georgian Town House. It is one of the oldest properties in the town of Ballinasloe,  built in 1720, situated on the main Dublin to Galway road, with gardens running down to the River Suck. Property History;

The house was owned and built by the Earl of Clancarty who is famous for the Ballinasloe Horse Fair. 

One of the longest running Horse fairs in Europe.  

It has been used over the years for many purposes, from an Inn on the Highway, a Bed & Breakfast, rented accommodation to a family home.

The commercial potential of this fine house, stables and land is still to be tapped.  

The position of the house located on the main road with the River Suck flowing to the back of the property,  where yachts pass up and down to the Marina.   

The gardens behind the house have many stone stables and  with the potential for a private jetty on River Suck.

ACCOMODATION

The property comprises of 3 floors,Ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor and large attic.  

The bedrooms are on the first and second floor. 

The landings run down the centre of the house .  

There is a reception room, kitchen, diningroom, down stairs wc/shower room and utility room.   

There are 2 bathrooms,  main bathroom with jacuzzi and a private sitting room on the 1st floor. 

The attic has large windows showing the beautiful views of the area. 

A lot of the original features have been retained from the stairs, shutters, ceilings, coving and fireplaces.

This is a great opportunity with the potential of being a unique family home or commercial development with its unique location in the heart of the town and with the gardens running down to the River Suck.an ideal location for any boating/fishing enthusiast with potential for an income!!!!!!!
Bridge House - Georgian Town House. It is one of the oldest properties in the town of Ballinasloe,  built in 1720, situated on the main Dublin to Galway road, with gardens running down to the River Suck. Property History;

The house was owned and built by the Earl of Clancarty who is famous for the Ballinasloe Horse Fair. 
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