The Connacht Property Auction is now taking final entries for its next public auction which will be held in the Clayton Hotel, Galway, on June 12. There are only two weeks remaining before the auction and property owners wishing to sell should contact the auction team today.
The auction will offer residential, commercial, and agricultural properties which will be marketed extensively across Connacht and nationwide leading up to the day of the auction. A fair market reserve is agreed with the owner and the highest bidder secures the property, providing his/her bid is at or above the pre-agreed reserve price. The auction team are so confident of achieving sales there are no fees or marketing costs to enter the auction.
Ballinahowna, Creggs, Co Galway: offered at bids over €135,000 in partnership with Oates auctioneers, Roscommon
If you are looking for space and value for money, this property offers both in abundance with eight bedrooms and in excellent order throughout. Built to the highest standards with no expense spared, the ground floor includes hallway, sitting room, dining/sun room, kitchen, utility, five bedrooms with two en suites, and family bathroom. The first floor has provision for a games room and three bedrooms with one en suite and a second family bathroom. The property also provides an outside decking area, large garage, and three kennels. Located in a quiet countryside area, three miles from Creggs village, 20 minutes from Roscommon, and 50 minutes from Galway, the residence will make a fine home or could also be used as a holiday getaway in this popular fishing area.
No 27 Ballybrit Court: offered at bids over €198,000 in partnership with Keane Mahony Smith auctioneers
No 27 is one of the finest family homes in this area, offering excellent space throughout. From the moment you enter this meticulously maintained family residence, the host of added extras is clearly evident with timber floors throughout, PVC double glazed windows, ofch, attractive fitted solid kitchen with integrated appliances, luxurious sanitary ware including jet bath, and fully tiled bathrooms, en suite, and kitchen. The most important aspect of this exceptional home is extensive family accommodation which includes entrance hall, sitting room, large kitchen/dining area, family room, study, and guest wc at ground level. The first floor has four double bedrooms, bathroom, and one en suite. The insulation has been upgraded throughout the property, which has an impressive C1 BER rating. This property stands on a large private corner site and faces on to a green area. Viewing is highly recommended. To view this property contact Keane Mahony Smith on 091 563 744.
Doonaha, Kilkee: offered at bids over €59,000 in partnership with Considine auctioneers
This property offers exceptional value for money, located right on Glasheen Beach which was voted one of the best beaches in Munster. This spacious three bed property was constructed in 2006 but has not been fully completed. While the property does require work, this will allow the new owners to put their own stamp on the property and offers an extremely attractive starting bid price. The attic has been floored and provisions have been made to allow future accommodation upstairs if desired. There are two gable windows in the attic. The site is just over 0.5 acre and has a water pipe running into the house. It is rare to find a property in such a scenic location next to a fantastic beach and viewing is highly recommended.
The Connacht Property Auction is inviting property owners who are looking to sell their property without any upfront costs to contact the auction team and arrange for a free property valuation. “There is certainly a shift in the property market over the last few months and property transactions have improved vastly,” said Patrick Folan of The Connacht Property Auction. “Since the turn of the year we have sold several properties through our online and public auctions with in excess of 20 bids received. This shows confidence is coming back into the market and buyers are willing to put their best foot forward. We expect strong interest again at the June auction and we are advising property owners to contact us now to allow us to begin the marketing process to find buyers for their properties.”
The next public auction will take place on June 12 in the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit, Galway, from 7pm. Registration starts at 6.30pm.
Contact The Connacht Property Auction on 091 882 121 to arrange for a free property valuation or for more information visit www.connachtpropertyauction.ie