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Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale No 70 Droim Chaoin, a well presented three bedroom semidetached residence which is tucked away at the end of a cul-de-sac in this modern development.
Colleran auctioneers together with Mullery auctioneers is offering for sale by public auction on Thursday July 21 a very attractive industrial opportunity in Ballybane Industrial Estate.
A public meeting is to take place in Mullingar this week in reaction to news that the Government is considering putting Columb Barracks in Mullingar up for sale by public auction.
Collerans next auction on July 21 will include a city centre bargain.
Mullery Auctioneers have just brought to the market a three bedroom residence, boasting a prime location on the Lower Newcastle Road, within minutes’ walking distance of the National University of Ireland Galway, University College Hospital Galway, local shops, pubs, coffee shops, and a short walk from both the city centre and Salthill.
Last Thursday, June 9, saw leading local auctioneers DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, live up to their reputation as one of the leading auction houses in the country with their hugely successful June auctions. With 18 lots going under the hammer on the day, following two late withdrawals, the company upheld their reputed success rate, with a 94 per cent sale result on the day.
Once again, the auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are reporting large turnouts at their open viewings for their upcoming June 9 auction, with interest levels beyond any of this year's auctions to date. As usual, they have an impressive mix of properties with something to satisfy all types of buyers with more than 20 lots going to the auction floor. One of the more eye-catching properties due to go under the hammer is Number 122 An Creagan in Barna. A beautifully presented detached family residence, this spacious home is tucked away to the rear of the development and is part of a cluster of similar style detached homes.
Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale a spacious two bedroom ground floor apartment in the popular Cashel Court development on Knocknacarra Road.
Described by many as one of Galway's hidden gems Killeen House, Bushypark, on the shores of the Corrib, will be auctioned next Thursday by Don Colleran. Built by three English solicitors in 1837, it was purchased by the Palmer family from the Glenlo Abbey estate as a dower house in 1904. In 1949 Mary Simonds, who was returning from India, purchased the house and was responsible for a lot of the landscaping in the beautiful gardens. She lived there until 1963 when an American merchant banker, Frank Manheim, bought it. It was the Manheim family that carried out considerable renovations to the property to the highest standards which are still very evident today as the property is in wonderful condition throughout.
Colleran auctioneers has risen to new heights with the production of an aerial video of Killeen House, Bushypark. This 1840 manor has generated great national and international interest with more than 13,000 online viewings since it was placed on the market just a few weeks ago.