O’Donnellan & Joyce is gearing up for the next live stream auction, set to take place next Wednesday October 27 at 12 noon. The diverse catalogue of properties on offer on the day ranges from superb Galway city homes to commercial premises and lands, along with a number of pubs which provide an excellent investment opportunity. The full auction catalogue is available to view on www.odonnjoyce.com and registration is now open on the company's website.
Next Wednesday’s auction will be streamed live on www.odonnjoyce.com from 12 noon with auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan overseeing the proceedings and taking bids from pre-registered telephone, internet, and proxy bidders. The digital auction room is available for all to enter and watch. If you wish to bid on any lot at the auction, you must register in advance with the auction team on www.odonnjoyce.com Call 091 564 212 to speak with Siobhra Hennessy (senior auction co-ordinator ) or Mary Fahy (senior auction sales negotiator ) for more information. The properties on offer for the auction next Wednesday include the following, which can be viewed by appointment.
No 3 St Anthony’s Place, Woodquay, Galway
A charming three bed terraced house located in Woodquay, one of Galway’s oldest and most central locations just off Eyre Square. This is an ideal opportunity to acquire the ultimate city centre townhouse which contains spacious living areas and all bedrooms come with en suites.
No 109 Corrib Park, Newcastle, Galway
Superb three bedroom mid-terrace family home located in a popular residential neighbourhood. This superb location is just a stone’s throw from the NUIG campus and UHG and within a 25 minute walk of Eyre Square. This house would make a wonderful starter home or indeed an excellent investment property given its proximity to the university and the hospital.
No 3 Bowling Green, Galway
This wonderful three bed mid-terrace home is located in Galway city centre and only a stone's throw from Eyre Square and Shop Street. This location is steeped in history and is one of the oldest residential areas in Galway city. There is nothing to be done with this property. It is ready to move into and will be a perfect city pad for its proud owner. This wonderful home has to be seen to be truly appreciated.
Garrafrauns, former licensed premises, Dunmore, Tuam, Co Galway
This substantial detached former licensed premises and residence is located in the village of Garrafrauns, County Galway, which is just nine miles from Tuam. The property is being sold within the five-year time limit to revive the licence, and it will be a matter for the purchasers to revive the licence themselves.
Ten acres of development land, Clonlara, Co Clare
Circa 10.67 acres of development land situated in the centre of Clonlara village and offering huge development potential (subject to planning permission ). The lands are zoned partly for residential/mixed use development under the current local area plan. Planning was previously applied for on the lands, ref 09330. Contained within Folio CE2592. Located on a corner site in the centre of Clonlara village close to all local amenities and services, this development land is situated directly across from the Churchfield housing development and is approximately 25km from Limerick city.
No 3 Market Street, Clifden, Co Galway
A ground floor commercial unit measuring circa 54sq m along with two apartments overhead. This property is situated in the centre of Clifden town just off Market Street. There is a two bedroom apartment on each of the first and second floor levels, and each apartment measures approximately 55sq m. The apartments are accessed from a separate stairs and entrance to the rear of the building.
Killora, Craughwell, Co Galway
Formerly a dwelling house, a health care facility, and most recently operating as a creche, this property offers ample opportunity across a range of commercial and residential uses. Extending to over 3,400sq ft, this property could easily offer a spacious family home with the addition of some home offices or hot desk lettings which could provide an additional income for the owner, subject to planning permission. The property could also be converted to offer a commercial canvas for a range of uses, from retail to offices or perhaps a gym or sports facility. This property may also be of interest for those looking to open a B&B, hostel, or restaurant which would be a great addition to the village of Craughwell. This property is ideally located and benefits from an excellent road network to Galway city, Cork, and Dublin as well as more local employment hubs such as Athenry, Loughrea, and Oranmore.
Cross Street, Loughrea
Charming three bedroom home with a garage which stands on a large site of 0.49 acre (0.2 hectare ) approximately, with mature hedging giving optimum privacy. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a lovely detached bungalow in a very central location in Loughrea, close to shops, churches, and schools. This home has some nice original features such as fireplaces in each room, but as with all properties of its age it would benefit from some modernisation.
Maghera, Corofin, Co Clare
A four bedroom detached residence standing on a private mature site of circa one acre. The property is a traditional bungalow which requires modernising and upgrading throughout, and has the potential to provide an excellent family home, ideal for those looking to put their own stamp on the property. This property is in a rural setting approximately 5km from the village of Corofin and 25km from Ennis town.
Red’s Bar, Eyrecourt, Ballinasloe, Co Galway
Former public house known locally as Red's Bar (the property no longer has a public licence ). This property is located in the centre of Eyrecourt village and only 20km from the bustling town of Ballinasloe. The property requires total upgrading throughout with the ground floor area previously used as a public house with residential accommodation overhead. The property stands on circa 0.5 acre with sheds and outbuildings to the rear. This is a substantial building situated along the main R356 and has potential to be transformed into an attractive property.
Unit 2, Camp Street, Oughterard, Co Galway
Ground floor commercial unit situated at Camp Street in the centre of Oughterard. The surrounding area is commercial in character with a number of retail units and licensed premises with overhead accommodation. This unit is situated close to the Owenriff River and is approximately 26km north west of Galway city centre just off the main N59 road which connects Galway city to Connemara.
If you are interested in viewing any of the above properties, contact the auction team on 091 564 212. Viewings are strictly by appointment only and masks must be worn at all times. For further information, email [email protected].