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Saving the good wine until last is how auctioneers at O’Donnellan & Joyce describe their final auction of the year, where the company will place some of the best variety and best value of the year for sale when 15 properties go under the hammer in the Victoria Hotel on December 16. There will be incredible value on offer, from houses in the city and country for first time buyers, to apartments in the city for investors looking for gilt-edged residential investments, to a prime residential home in one of Galway’s most sought after locations of Kingston Road.
The eighth property, No 11 McHugh Avenue, Mervue, reached €110,000 but was withdrawn at this point and is currently under active negotiation.
After a very successful five-week promotion of the properties due to go to auction tomorrow O’Donnellan and Joyce foresee a huge turnout and a successful conclusion to the auction. In all, eight properties will go under the hammer, originally there were nine, but the property at 124 Dangan Heights was sold prior to auction when a substantial offer was made within the first three weeks of the campaign and the owners made the decision to accept it.
O’Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale by public auction Number 11 McHugh Avenue, located in the much loved setting of Old Mervue. Tucked away towards the end of Connolly and Mallin Avenues, it stands in a row of similar properties that face the football pitch and so are very private.
“One of the finest homes ever to come on the market” is the way that agents O’Donnellan & Joyce and Heskin auctioneers describe the magnificent residence at No 15 Lioscarraig. The property, which is located just off Threadneedle Road, is situated within a leisurely stroll of Salthill Promenade and has every conceivable facility that you would require at your doorstep including schools, shops, major bus routes, Galway Tennis Club, and Galway Golf Club.
On Friday November 4 O’Donnellan & Joyce will offer for sale by public auction a superb property located in Ballybrit that stands on a large site with a number of outhouses.
Acting on the instructions of the current owners, Tony Joyce of O’Donnellan & Joyce has recently brought to the market this outstanding detached residence located in the popular residential development of Dangan Heights, Newcastle.
With the world in financial turmoil, those people who have money on deposit are extremely concerned and a large number are looking to buy property as a safe haven for their money. With properties down 60 per cent from the peak, and where rental yields can produce in the region of 10 per cent, the auction room is by far the most popular option for those seeking value for their money. O’Donnellan & Joyce’s next major auction on Friday September 30 will see 17 properties placed under the hammer including a large number of investment properties, all of which must be sold.
O’Donnellan and Joyce concluded the last auction of the summer when it brought down the auctioneer’s gavel for the last time and successfully sold six properties by auction in the Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway. Anne Harding, the auction co-ordinator for O’Donnellan and Joyce outlined that the July auctions brought an accumulative of sales of properties in excess of €5 million, which is the highest level of sales recorded by any independent Irish auctioneering company in selling properties by public auction.
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.