Following its recent successful auction in July, O’Donnellan & Joyce is back with its fifth property auction for 2019 with a number of great properties going under the hammer on Friday, September 27, in the Harbour Hotel in Galway.
As usual, the Wild Atlantic auction will include a wide selection of properties spanning the length of the Atlantic seaboard and around the country, including properties from the midlands and further afield. Miriam Keane, senior manager of the administration team at O’Donnellan & Joyce, said: "This auction promises to see a wide variety of properties go under the hammer on the day. The auction team have been busy over the past few weeks gathering details and carrying out appraisals of the incoming properties. There really is something for everyone and the selection is huge."
Set for 12 noon on Friday, September 27, in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, there will be an array of properties for sale, from family homes to prime investments, making this auction the company's most attractive to date. Full details and viewing times for all properties are available at www.odj.ie Popular services such as phone or proxy bidding are available once again at this auction, but prospective buyers who wish to avail of the service are reminded to contact the office at their earliest convenience to allow enough time to complete the registration process.
A number of Galway properties which are included in the catalogue are listed below.
No 17 Shantalla Place, Rahoon Road, Galway: An ideal opportunity to acquire something very special. This mid-terrace residence must be viewed to be appreciated. Deceptively large internally but also in mint decorative order and repair. The property has been upgraded and refurbished over the years to provide a true home of distinction. Maintaining its old world character and charm, it has been modernised internally throughout with an additional large attic conversion. Viewing is a must and guarantees to impress. AMV: €320,000.
No 40 Maunsells Park, Maunsells Road, Galway: If you are looking for space in abundance both inside and outs in an established residential area, then this is the home for you. Spacious semidetached residence situated on a substantial double fronted site with a large rear garden in Maunsells Park, a small enclave of semidetached homes overlooking a large green space. Within walking distance of Galway city centre, the property would be the ultimate family home in this desirable location which is within easy access of several primary and secondary schools, major retail developments, and community recreational facilities. The property, which has five/six bedrooms, boasts a spacious internal layout and is in need of a certain amount of upgrading and refurbishment. An ideal opportunity to acquire a magnificent spacious home for life in a very popular area. AMV: €395,000.
No 5 Sylvan Heights, Fairlands Park, Newcastle, Galway: A fine four bedroom family home located within walking distance of NUIG, UHG, and all other amenities in the Newcastle area. As with all properties of its age it will benefit with some upgrading and modernisation, however it is in very good condition and could well be occupied as is. It offers an abundance of living and sleeping accommodation including a very generous size kitchen/breakfast area. A major attraction to this property is the large mature rear garden that is not overlooked, along with a good sized front garden with off street parking and a car port. AMV: €375,000.
No 19 Pembroke Court, Bishop O’Donnell Road, Galway: Ground floor two bedroom apartment ideally located off Bishop O’Donnell Road in Rahoon, just a two minute walk from Taylor’s Hill and within 10 minutes’ walk of Salthill Promenade. It is superbly located just off the Deane Roundabout with unrivalled access to a host of amenities and services. This property is perfectly positioned within a short walk of Westside Shopping Centre and Aldi on the Seamus Quirke Road. The vibrant city centre, NUIG, and UHG are just a short drive away and can be easily accessed on foot, by bike, or via the excellent local and frequent bus services with bus stops located close to the entrance of the development. There are also a number of excellent primary and secondary schools in the area. Presented in good condition throughout, this would be an ideal owner occupier residence or investment property due to its convenient location. AMV: €185,000.
No 5 Garrai Eoinin, Bothar Bui, Inverin, Co Galway: Located in a small enclave of detached homes, this property must be viewed to be appreciated. This is an outstanding home in this price bracket. With a spacious, modern, interior, this two storey detached residence is built to the highest of standards with quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Located in Inverin village, it is within walking distance of shops, schools, and beaches. This is a perfect starter home or holiday home. AMV: €295,000.
Kilronan House, No 45 Oaklands, Salthill, Galway: An impressive five bedroom family home located on the upper end of Oaklands close to Salthill village. The property was constructed c1964 and has been well maintained over the years, however as with all properties of its age it will benefit with some upgrading and modernisation, but it is also in very good condition 'as is'. The outstanding feature of this wonderful property is the large south facing rear garden that boasts patio, lawns, mature trees, and flower beds. It also has the convenience of a rear access gate that opens out to the walkway behind the church. This is a very lovely family home located in one of the most sought-after areas in Salthill, within walking distance of the Prom, the golf club, the Galway Lawn Tennis Club, and many notable schools in the area. AMV: €530,000.
No 18 St Helen's Street, Galway: Perfectly located four/five bed mid-terrace house close to Galway city centre. This property is a little gem located in Galway’s West End, within walking distance of NUIG, UHG, the city centre, and all amenities in the area. It will make an ideal family home and will also appeal to first time buyers and investors. Together with generous living and sleeping accommodation it enjoys a private rear garden that is not overlooked, off street parking to the front, and a host of original features. Local primary schools include Scoil Chroi Iosa on Newcastle Road and Scoil Bhride in Shantalla. The nearest secondary schools are Our Lady’s College on Presentation Road and St Mary’s College on St Mary's Road. Close to the property, the very scenic walkway along Eglinton Canal will bring you down to the Spanish Arch, where the River Corrib meets Galway Bay. There is a host of bars and restaurants within five minutes’ walk in the Latin Quarter. AMV: €275,000.
No 32 Henry Street, Galway: A modernised three bedroom terraced house in the heart of old Galway in the West End. It is what one would describe as a haven of tranquillity because of its beautiful secluded walled garden which is a rare gem in the middle of the city. This garden is mature and private and has a private entrance on to the canal walk which runs from Woodquay to the Claddagh Basin. The house has been tastefully modernised, the owners have been very sensitive to the age of the property and have maintained all the original features such as high ceilings, original doors, and original cast iron fireplaces in the bedrooms. You will need to view this property to full appreciate its condition and the features it has to offer. AMV: €335,000.
St Mary's, Palmyra Avenue, Galway: Semidetached three bedroom residence located in one of Galway’s oldest and best established areas. The property, which is located just off The Crescent, stands on a magnificent spacious site, which has enormous development potential. Internally, the house is in need of modernisation and upgrading, however, this is an ideal opportunity to acquire a residence in a very attractive part of Galway city, offering old world charm in a very central location. AMV: €225,000.
Giblin’s of Kilconnell, Ballinasloe, Co Galway: It is not often that a property such as this comes to the market in its entirety, offering a discerning purchaser the opportunity to purchase what was once a thriving business located in the heart of Kilconnell. During the years of trading this landmark property included a furniture store, a hardware and grocery store, and a busy seven day licensed premises known as The Old Abbey Tavern. There is also a private residence with two reception rooms, kitchen/dining, and five bedrooms. The property overlooks the famous Kilconnell Abbey that was built in 1340 and is known as one of the most attractive heritage sites around. AMV: €150,000.
Corrandulla food store and filling station, Co Galway: This well-known food store and filling station is situated in a high profile location on the main Headford to Corrandulla road. The property services a large catchment area and includes a large retail area, overhead accommodation, and a self-contained hair salon producing a rental income. This superb business opportunity has enormous potential, with a growing local population and ample space for physical expansion, subject to planning. The building is situated on a half-acre site offering forecourt with petrol pumps with ample road frontage. This freehold title would be an ideal investment due to its location and large catchment area. The hair salon currently generates a rental income of €5,000 per annum on a rollover lease. AMV: €150,000.
See www.odj.ie to view the full list of properties on offer. Details are also available from the auction team at O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers, 5 Mary Street, Galway, phone 091 564 212.