O’Donnellan and Joyce will hold the last of the summer auctions this Friday at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel when it holds a major discount auction with seven properties all going under the hammer. Anne Harding, auction co-ordinator with O’Donnellan and Joyce, said they have saved the good wine until last with unbelievable value on offer this Friday.
The first property to be auctioned on the instructions of receiver Mr Nicholas Comyn is 32 Bridgewater Court. The property comprises a two bedroomed city centre apartment and is situated at Lr Dominick Street. Built within the last 15 years it contains a modern spacious interior comprising entrance hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and a bathroom. With an AMV of €70,000 it is exceptional value.
The second property to be auctioned is 17 Dalysfort Road, Salthill. This property comprises an end of terrace residence and is situated on one of the most attractive sites on Dalysfort Road. Enjoying unobstructed views overlooking Salthill promenade, Galway Bay, and the surrounding coastline, it is situated just off the heart of Salthill. In need of refurbishment and modernisation it is the site which it stands on that is attracting the tremendous interest as it is possibly one of the finest in the locality and boasts one of the most panoramic views from any house in the Salthill area. It contains an AMV of €290,000.
The third property to be auctioned off is a detached residence at Canteeny, Turloughmore. The property stands on a half acre site and comprises a modern detached residence which was only built within the last three years, however, it is unfinished internally and some works are still required. With an AMV of €80,000, this would have to be the bargain of the day for buyers looking for tremendous value for money.
The fourth property is No 142 College Road (executor sale ). The house is located just off Eyre Square in the heart of the city centre. Comprising a three bedroomed semi-detached residence, it contains a tremendous rear garden, in need of modernisation and repair it would provide the ultimate townhouse with space in abundance both outside and inside, in this fantastic city location. The AMV is €160,000.
The fifth property is the Dunmore Arms’ Dunmore, Co Galway, acting on the instructions of Mr Nicholas Comny receiver. The property is located in the village of Dunmore which was once regarded as one of the finest pubs in the locality. However it is in need of substantial refurbishment. Comprising ground floor bar, lounge, substantial accommodation overhead, and a large site to rear, it holds an AMV of €50,000.
The sixth property is a commercial unit on the Headford Road next to the Centra supermarket at An Triantan. The property would provide the perfect ancillary retail unit and would be ideally suited for a hairdressers’, launderette, or takeaway and a variety of commercial usages. The property has an AMV of €70,000.
The seventh property is Robin Hill, Corcullen and is possibly one of the most exceptional homes to be offered for sale. Comprising an upmarket executive residence with a total area of 4,000 square feet of magnificent accommodation. The property has been totally modernised and refurbished internally and oozes of style and taste. Standing on an elevated site of 1.17 acres with breathtaking views of Lough Corrib. The gardens which are manicured and mature contain a tennis court. The AMV is €725,000.
The eight property to be auction is surely one to attract tremendous interest, An Port Restaurant, Rossaveal, Co Galway. Acting on the instructions of Mr Nicholas Comyn receiver, the property comprises ground floor restaurant, 1500 sq ft kitchen and a 600ft one bedroomed apartment overhead. The property is a modern building finished to the highest of standards throughout and is in excellent condition and provides a ready made business opportunity. Standing on six acres the property has a breathtaking AMV of €50,000.
Further details can be had by contacting O’Donnellan and Joyce on (091 ) 564212