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This modern detached home, now on offer at a reduced asking price, certainly has a lot to offer. The kitchen features beautiful oak Shaker style fitted units with fully integrated appliances, finished off with an attractive black granite worktop. Oak flooring is provided virtually throughout. The en suite master bedroom comes with a walk-in wardrobe. The house also offers genuine potential as there is a further c930 square feet of space in the attic which is ready for conversion with Velux windows and access by a full concrete stairs already supplied. Outside there are lawns and timber decking, and a driveway with slip form kerbing.
Sherry Fitzgerald McCreery will be hosting the biggest ever real estate auction in Kilkenny in March of the new year.
Joe Naughton of Era Oates Auctioneers has reported a significant increase in the number of viewers of properties in January, particularly from first time buyers.
There are great deals to be enjoyed for buyers at the present time, including this new detached four bedroom bungalow available through Smith auctioneers. This home offers more than meets the eye. The accommodation has been laid out with some thought; this can be seen with the wide, inviting, hallway which has been designed to allow a full staircase up into the first floor attic level that is ready for immediate conversion. The hard work has already been done in the attic with three Velux windows already in place. This is a huge bonus and the attic offers the potential of a further 88.5sq m (952sq ft), an area as big as some townhouses. This additional potential space would be ideal to create further bedrooms, an area to work from home, or as a games room suitable for the typically busy family.
The much anticipated auction season will commence tomorrow (Friday) when O’Donnellan & Joyce will place three properties up for sale by public auction. According to Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers all three houses have been extremely keenly priced to sell and there have been excellent viewings during the marketing campaign over the last five weeks.
It’s a long way from Kiltoom to Neverland, but local auctioneer Martin Nolan has been charged with overseeing one of the biggest auctions of pop memorabilia in history.
Leading property consultants Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip has announced the first of its 2009 auctions. The auctions, which will take place in the Imperial Hotel on Friday April 24, will kickstart what is expected to be a busy year of auctions for the Francis Street based firm.
They came from far and near to the Victoria Hotel last Friday where O’Donnellan & Joyce held its first spring auction after the winter recess. In a sense it was like the good old times of packed auction rooms, the only difference being that the prices achieved were somewhat lower than of old. However the owners of all three properties had set the advised minimum values very realistically which goes to prove that if the price is right the property will sell. In these times of doom and gloom there was a real air of euphoria in the room, and the final hammer came down on two of the three properties that were sold at the auction to applause from the packed room.
Motorists trying to save money buying second-hand airbags online could end up paying a much higher price, a new investigation warns. Leading accident management company, Accident Exchange, says the growing trade on auction sites like eBay, is a potentially ‘life and death’ issue and the Government needs to act.
Property Partners Maxwell and Heaslip is holding a public auction in which two very attractive and keenly priced properties could prove alluring to potential buyers who have been waiting in the wings for the right opportunity to get on, or move up, the property ladder. The auction will take place at the Imperial Hotel at 3pm on May 8 so don’t miss it.