O’Donnellan & Joyce had 40 houses on view to the general public last Saturday for its forthcoming auction on June 27.
According to Colm O’Donnellan last weekend saw unprecedented viewings with potential purchasers coming out in force. The auction is creating quite a stir in the market as there are 45 properties in total due to go under the hammer. The auction comprises a mix of residential, commercial, and land with properties located across Galway city and county as well as locations such as Mayo, Clare, and Longford.
Viewings for the city properties are exceptionally strong with huge numbers turning out to view the two properties in the Claddagh, No 7 Lower Fairhill Road, a three bedroom bungalow in good condition throughout with am AMV of €200,000; and No 5 St Dominic’s Avenue, a three bedroom home which requires major upgrading throughout, guiding at €150,000. Other homes within walking distance of the city centre include a three bedroom terraced residence at 15 St Johns Terrace, Henry Street, with an AMV of €150,000; and No 16 Raleigh Row, located just off Sea Road, which has been upgraded throughout and is on offer with an AMV of €160,000.
If you are looking for that extra special city home with a view of the water then the following two properties must be viewed. No 2B Waterside, Woodquay, is an attractive three bedroom terraced residence where you can almost touch the water from the living room, has an AMV of €250,000. No 15 Lower Canal Road is a five bedroom terraced residence with a one bed chalet to the rear, located on the edge of the canal, which requires some upgrading throughout and has an AMV of €220,000.
If you are looking for a family home close to both the city centre and Salthill then No 37 Whitestrand Road is the prefect residence. This substantial six bedroom residence has four en suites and excellent living space throughout. The property is going under the hammer with an AMV of €350,000.
This auction offers tremendous variety and other properties include apartments and townhouses in the city centre starting from €125,000, as well as in areas such as Newcastle, Salthill, Renmore, and Moycullen, all suitable as residential homes or investment properties with prices from as low as €80,000.
The morning session on the day will see a number of sites going under the hammer in Clonbur and Loughrea starting from €10,000. If you are looking for a commercial investment property with tenants in place, then two units at Nos 3 and 3A Marina Point, Ballinasloe, are worth a look and each carries an AMV of €100,000. Also included is the Joshua Tree Bar in Dunmore which has a full seven day public licence in place and is attractively priced at €65,000. Located close to the village of Cleggan, Connemara, is a three bedroom bungalow which could be used as a holiday home or a permanent residence and is being guided at €110,000.
All of the properties going for auction on June 27 are open for viewing during the week and also at the weekends, see www.odonnjoyce.com for full details of viewing times on all 45 properties on offer.
The auction is being divided into a morning and afternoon session.
Contact the auction team on (091 ) 564212.