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The traditional start to the selling season began for auctioneers last Saturday when O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers opened 20 properties to the general public for open viewing. There is a sign of some confidence being restored to the market as huge numbers turned up at the open viewings, particularly first time buyers who were out in strength. The following is a list of the properties which are open for public viewing.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will kickstart the auction season for 2013 with a tremendous variety of properties going under the hammer on March 15.
O’Donnellan & Joyce reports for 2011 that the property market had a huge up-turn in terms of sales, however prices continue to drop.
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.
21 Bridgewater Court,
This one bedroom first floor apartment is ideally located in the heart of Galway city centre just a stone’s throw from the heart of city life. Bridgewater Court was built by Glenman Corporation in 1998 and is currently managed by Winters Property Management. Upon entering the apartment the shower room is on your left hand side and a hallway leads you to the double bedroom, and the main living area is at the end of the hallway. The main living area is a good size and benefits from having two large windows which overlook Eglinton canal at the bottom of Dominick Street.