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Colleran auctioneers continued its auction success last week when not alone did all properties sell, but they all sold well in excess of their advised minimum value. “These results certainly reflect what we have been seeing over the last number of months for properties in and around the city,” said Don Colleran. “There continues to be a demand for properties in the established residential areas of the town once properly priced, and this was certainly the case with our auction, with five to six bidders chasing each property, resulting in all exceeding their guide, one by almost 50 per cent.”
Don Colleran of Colleran auctioneers will conduct one of the last auctions of the season next Thursday, November 15, in the Victoria Hotel. All three properties going under the hammer at the event are situated within the city and have generated a lot of interest because of their location and value. There is something for everyone in this auction from first time buyers to families trading up and shrewd investors.
It is rare that houses in The Maples are offered for sale, so it is not surprising that Don Colleran is reporting strong interest in No 58 since viewings commenced last week. This attractively styled, well designed, modern townhouse is tucked away in a private cul de sac at the rear of the very desirable development of The Maples with its beautiful landscaping and large mature trees.
Colleran auctioneers has been favoured with the sale of a gorgeous home in one of Galway’s oldest and most sought after locations.
It was a maximum break at a packed and very exciting auction last week when Colleran auctioneers sold all three properties and a snooker table.
Located opposite the side gates of the University College Hospital and around the corner from NUIG, No 8 Newcastle Court is the perfect medicine for anyone with money on deposit looking for a secure gilt-edged investment.
This detached split-level bungalow is tucked away in an exclusive development of just 13 privately built houses close to the shores of the River Corrib. Each house sits on its own very large, mature, and secluded site, giving a great sense of space and privacy while still being close to the city centre. So secluded is this private development that many of those enquiring have had to ask for directions even though they probably drive by it every day.
This detached split-level bungalow is tucked away in an exclusive development of only 13 privately built houses close to the shores of the River Corrib. Each house sits on its own very large, mature and secluded site giving a great sense of space and privacy while still being so close to the city centre. So secluded is this private development that many of those enquiring have had to ask for directions even though they probably drive by it every day.
The minute you turn into Ros Caoin you immediately realise that this is a quality development, finished and maintained to a very high standard with its professionally landscaped green areas, manicured lawns, shrubs and trees, making it one of the more attractive residential estates on the outskirts of the city centre.
Early viewers of this luxury apartment all agree it is easily one of the finest Salthill apartments currently being offered for sale. No 168 Dun Na Carriage is an extremely bright first floor, south facing, apartment with its own front door and ample parking directly outside.