Demand for property in Oranmore, says Yvonne Sweeney
2012 is starting to look like the year the property market begins its slow turn around and in Oranmore demand for property has increased. Oranmore’s Yvonne Sweeney, auctioneer, has seen sales increase steadily as market prices level off.
Quality family homes are in demand with families looking to trade up. A detached four-bedroom estate home is selling for €300,000 on average. Yvonne Sweeney’s recent success stories include 13 Oranhill Road, 19 Oranhill Avenue, and 11 Coill Clocha. Other successful sales include a three bed in Derrydonnell North; Ballinabucky, Kilcolgan; 5 Kiltiernan East, Kilcolgan; Dunkellin, Kilcolgan; 9 Caoin Dara, Ballindeereen; and a gated property in Ballygarriff, Clarinbridge, which sold close to its asking price of €550,000.
Four-bed semi-detached estate homes are now retailing for an average of €220,000, while three-bed semis are averaging €175,000. The auctioneer recently sold 9 Oranglen, Oranhill; 25 Ash Haven; three beds semis 173A Cloch Og, and 17 Coill Clocha, and three bedroom townhouses, 1 and 70 Abhainn an Ri. Meanwhile, end and mid-terraced three-bed houses are selling in the region of €150,000, with recent successful sales of 44 and 45 Orangrove, Oranhill, and 63 Boireann Bheag, Roscam.
If you are thinking of selling your property, get in touch with Yvonne Sweeney. Your property will be advertised on the popular Daft.ie website as well as the auctioneer’s own website for as little as €250 plus VAT.