O’Donnellan & Joyce reports strong turnout

No 29 Bridgewater Court.

No 29 Bridgewater Court.

O’Donnellan & Joyce, Ireland’s largest independent auction house, reported a strong turnout at viewings on Saturday last, June 27. Despite the lockdown and the inclement weather on the day, every property reported viewers at each of the allocated viewing times. The Galway property market has reopened and there is a strong demand from intending purchasers, to view new and second hand stock coming up for sale.

O’Donnellan & Joyce has set its property auction for Friday, July 24, at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, where interested buyers have the option to bid online, over the phone, or to be present in the room. Any prospective bidders will need to pre-register with O’Donnellan & Joyce to be included, and July 24 is promising to be another “summer sizzler” of an auction.

The spike in activity for O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers comes after a three-month period of restrictions with the Covid-19 pandemic preventing open property viewings taking place, but now O’Donnellan & Joyce offices are open and viewings are well and truly under way, albeit with strict social distancing in the allocated time slots.

Auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan will be on the podium on Friday, July 24, in the Harbour Hotel and will invite bids from online bidders, phone bidders, and bidders in the room. Intending bidders are reminded to contact the auction team by calling 091 564 212 or by emailing [email protected] as early as possible as bidder deposits and legal paperwork must be completed prior to auction day.

Viewings on all properties are strictly by appointment only with the auction team, as per Government and industry guidelines. Call 091 564 212 to request more information or to book a viewing in the allocated time slot.

The July 24 auction catalogue is online and the following properties are currently listed in the auction catalogue:

No 3 St John's Place, Raleigh Row, Galway

A very special two bedroom mid-terrace single storey house in Galway city centre with a large garden to the rear. Perfectly positioned just five minutes from the Spanish Arch. Ideal investment property or holiday home. Features include walk-in shower room, high ceilings, and original fireplace in front bedroom and modern inset solid fuel stove in living room. Viewings by appointment. AMV: €220,000.

No 29 Bridgewater Court, Lower Fairhill Road, Claddagh, Galway

Situated just off Dominick Street and within strolling distance of Quay Street and the Spanish Arch. Stunning two bed penthouse apartment in the perfect location. Close to all the trendy bars and restaurants of Galway's West End. Ideal investment property or holiday home. Viewings by appointment. AMV: €170,000.

No 4 Priory Road, Claddagh, Galway

Mid-terrace two bed property located in the historic residential area of The Claddagh. This is an opportunity to purchase a property in the heart of Galway city. The perfect fixer-upper where buyers could put their own stamp and design on the interior. Contains front walled garden and a large south facing rear garden with potential for further extension. Viewings by appointment. AMV: €250,000.

 

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