Thirteen homes and lots of value at tomorrow’s O’Donnellan & Joyce auction

No 14 Threadneedle Road.

No 14 Threadneedle Road.

O’Donnellan & Joyce will place 13 properties under the hammer tomorrow in the Victoria Hotel from 3pm.

O’Donnellan & Joyce has created a niche market in the disposal of properties by public auction. According to Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce the advantage from a seller’s point of view is that all buyers must be organised and will either be cash buyers or have loans confirmed prior to the auction. Once the auction hammer falls the sale is concluded and the contracts are duly signed and are totally unconditional. All buyers must be organised prior to attending the auction.

A substantial number of the purchasers are cash buyers but in the recent auctions finance has been provided by a number of the major banking institutions and the Ulster Bank and Bank of Ireland have set up stands outside the auction room in order to provide finance for suitable interested clients. The auction room is normally made up of owner occupiers seeking to purchase but in recent auctions a number of investors are starting to enter to acquire residential investments.

The following properties will go under the hammer tomorrow.

No 16 Colmcille Road, Shantalla

This property was constructed in the 1960s. It has three bedrooms, two reception rooms, and a good size garden to the front and a large garden to the rear with a block shed. Shantalla is one of the most popular and convenient locations within the city centre because of it close proximity to NUIG and UHG. No 16 has always been well maintained and is presented in very good condition. It will make an excellent first time buyer’s home or investment property. The AMV is €100,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Maria O’Brien, Dillon-Leetch & Comerford, 3 Montpellier Terrace, Sea Road, Galway, phone 091 582316.

No 24 Ashe Road, Shantalla

This property, which was constructed in the 1960s, offers three bedrooms, two reception rooms and is located on a very substantial corner site opposite to the junction of the Old Seamus Quirke Road. The property, which has been recently totally redecorated and recarpeted, is in need of some modernisation but offers immense potential as a first time buyer’s home or an ideal investment property given its proximity to all amenities and services including NUIG and UHG, which are within walking distance.

Shantalla is an attractive, well established, residential area. No 24 has the added advantage of being located on an attractive site which offers excellent potential for further development. In addition, the property is being offered at a very attractive reserve price.

The AMV is €100,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Benan Fahy, Bridge Street, Galway, phone 091 533011.

No 75 Riveroaks, Claregalway

River Oaks is a beautiful development of semidetached homes nestled away in a quiet estate in the heart of the village of Claregalway. Constructed approximately 16 years ago, the estate has been finished to the highest standards and has matured very well with mature trees and shrubbery throughout. It also boasts many green areas throughout the estate which is made up of a number of cul de sacs giving an overall sense of space and privacy. No 75 is a fine home and is priced to sell with an AMV of €110,000. The lounge is presented with tasteful decor incorporating a feature bay window and open fireplace. The kitchen/diner is open plan with the dining area overlooking a spacious lawn to rear. Upstairs there are four large double bedrooms, master en suite, and the main bathroom. No 75 is a wonderful family home that is within walking distance of the village and all the amenities it has to offer.

The solicitor with carriage of sale is Geraldine O’Neill Glynn, Cois Chlair, Claregalway, phone 091 739665/666.

No 14 Threadneedle Road, Salthill

Constructed in 1955 this four bedroom detached family home stands on a magnificent 0.33 acre site of mature private gardens that extends to Dun na Carriage to the rear. Situated just minutes from the Prom and golf club, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Although in need of refurbishment and modernisation this is one of the best homes on this road in terms of site size and offers the potential purchaser the opportunity to develop and turn this already attractive home into a outstanding family residence.

The AMV is €560,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Mary Conlon, RG Emerson & Co solicitors, 13 Cross Street, Galway, phone 091 562550/565611.

No 23 Mullan Mor, Tuam Road

This secure first and second floor duplex apartment will be of interest to investors and first time buyers due to its bright, spacious, accommodation and very attractive guide price. Built approximately four years ago, this apartment has been very well finished with very spacious bedrooms. If you are looking for an attractively priced property close to the city centre or an investment adjacent to some of Galway's largest employers, then this property is sure to be of interest. No 23 is presented in immaculate condition and the Tuam Road is serviced by regular bus routes. The property comes fully furnished with very good quality furniture. The management fee is approximately €950 a year.

The AMV is €110,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Danny Mc Grath solicitor & Co, Dublin Road, Tuam, phone 093 25411.

Clydagh, Headford.

This is a four bed detached bungalow on large site with magnificent views of the lake and the mountains in the distance. Constructed in 1977 and in need of modernisation, it could with little effort be transformed into a superb family home located on a lovely residential strip with Clydagh Primary School across the road. It is just a 10 minute walk from Kilbeg Lake, the ruins of the 12th century Cargin Church and the 13th century Cargin Castle that was completely restored in the 1970s and is now a family home.

The AMV is €60,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Bernadette Burke solicitors & Co, 2 St George’s Square, Headford, phone 093 35369.

No 35 St Mary’s Road, Galway

This substantial four bedroom period home extends over three levels. Combining location, style, and elegance, No 35 is a short stroll from the city centre and close to a number of excellent amenities including primary schools, secondary schools, and Salthill Promenade. No 35 is without a doubt one of the finest houses in this desirable location. It retains many of its original characteristics including sash windows, hall floor tiling, and architraves. The property also has a modern extension to the kitchen which is split level and enjoys a southwestern aspect. A superb private garden to the rear is surrounded by mature trees, rear access is also part of its layout.

The AMV is €475,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Desmond Fitzgerald, Pier Road, Barna, phone 091 503823.

No 5 Cul an Aith, Barna

Cul An Aith is a sought after residential estate in the heart of Barna, constructed in the mid 2000s. This elegantly designed development is located close to shops, schools, and sport and recreational facilities. Barna is approximately six miles from Galway and within minutes of Silver Strand.

No 5 is a four bedroom property in a quiet area of the estate. This home is in excellent decorative order and repair throughout.

The property is without a doubt one of the finest homes to come on to the market in recent times and boasts up to date technology, hollow core flooring, and a private rear garden. The AMV is €200,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Kilraine O’Callaghan & Co, Pound Street, Ballaghaderreen, Co Roscommon, phone 094 986 0662.

No 153 Rahylin Glebe, Ballybane (executor sale )

This three bed semidetached property is located on a small slip road just off the main Ballybane road and is one of just 10 houses in this quiet cul de sac. It is around the corner from the GMIT and across the road from the church, and is an ideal first time buyer’s home or investment property. Although in need of refurbishment, it has recently been replumbed and rewired and a new kitchen has been fitted.

The AMV is just €65,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Therese O’Donoghue, Silke & Co, 43 William Street, Galway, phone 091 561667.

The Oaks, Kilcoona, Headford Road

The Oaks is a fantastic family home. Kilcoona is a sought-after area only 10 miles from Galway city and three miles from Headford. The Oaks is within walking distance of Kilcoona primary and preschools. This home is on a c0.5 acre site and extends to c1,600sq ft including a large south facing conservatory. This is a wonderful bright house because of its large windows, and is presented in excellent condition. Its gardens and drive need to be completed.

The AMV is €120,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Brian Geraghty, Geraghty & Co, 1 Rosemary Ave, Eyre Square, phone 091 565258.

No 18 Prospect Hill (executor sale )

No 18 Prospect Hill is a three storey terraced residence zoned commercial situated just off Eyre Square. This property is in need of extensive renovation internally, however it will provide an excellent opportunity for a commercial/residential development in a really high profile location. Coming to the market with a realistic AMV of €150,000 this is one opportunity not to be missed. Overall size is c1,157sq ft. There is a garden to the rear.

The solicitor with carriage of sale is Maria O’Brien, Henry Comerford & Co, Sea Road, Galway, phone 091 582316.

Clonboo, Headford Road

Located in a quiet cul de sac just off the main Headford Road, this superb bungalow extends to c1,850sq ft and stand on a superb site of just over 0.5 acre that also has a large detached garage on site. This is one of the finest family homes to come to the market in this area for some time. Constructed in 2006 and finished to a very high standard, it has three double bedrooms, one en suite, separate shower room, and a very large bathroom. The attic is floored and has Velux windows, and this space could easily be converted to sleeping accommodation subject to planning.

The AMV is €160,000, and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Brendan Flanagan, Higgins, Chambers & Flanagan solicitors, Headford, phone 093 35656.

Pier Road, Barna (executor sale )

Built c1920 and extending to c1,000sq ft, this two storey cottage is a piece of ‘old Barna’ located on the Pier Road, where opportunities to purchase are rare. The house is in need of total refurbishment, it has a good size garden to the rear and a separate garage to the side. It neighbours the famous 12 Pins Hotel, the award winning traditional pub and restaurant Donnelly’s, and the equally famous O’Grady’s on the Pier.

Although the property is in poor decorative order and condition it is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a piece of history in the heart of Barna.

The AMV is €70,000 and the solicitor with carriage of sale is Brian Doherty, Doherty & Co, Seville House, New Dock Street, Galway, phone 091 567083.

As with all O’Donnellan & Joyce auctions this auction will be held in the Victoria Hotel at 3pm with fantastic value and low reserves on all properties. The last auction of what has been a very successful year for the company will be held on Friday December 14.

Anyone wishing to have a property included in this auction should contact O’Donnellan & Joyce immediately on 091 564212.

 

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