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It was another highly successful auction for Don Colleran last week with a number of record prices achieved and several sales exceeded their guide price, with one property achieving €110,000 over its advised minimum value.
Don Colleran's next auction, taking place on Thursday March 28 at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel, will include great value in attractive apartments and houses in and around Galway city centre.
Colleran auctioneers is offering for sale in its next auction on Thursday March 28 an affordable seaside property at an advised minimum value of €185,000. No 9 The Acres, located just past Galway Golf Club on the Knocknacarra Road, is a bright, spacious, secure, first floor apartment in a block of six apartments with only four sharing the common areas.
Seldom has a Galway property generated such interest and positive reaction as No 2 Canal Road Lower with people gathering outside the house 20 minutes before the open viewings began.
It not difficult to see why Ballybane/Old Mervue has become so popular with first time buyers and investors, as this mature residential area still remains affordable despite its convenience to the city centre and its proximity to shopping centres and some of Galway’s largest employers.
Colleran Auctioneers has just been favoured with the sale of a bright, spacious, two bedroom duplex in the city centre. Located on Mary Street, just off Eglinton Street, it would be difficult to find a better city centre location, yet when you step into No 6 Abbey Court it is hard to believe that you are in the centre of a bustling city.
Included in Colleran auctioneers' next auction on March 28 is No 213 Gort Na Coiribe, Headford Road, Galway. This quality apartment offers an excellent investment opportunity due to its location just a short walk from the city centre, NUIG, the banks of the Corrib, Dunne's Stores, and Galway Shopping Centre.
It is a case of quality over quantity at Don Colleran's next auction as all properties are in very desirable and much sought after locations within the city including on the banks of the canal and the shores of the bay. With prices starting at €185,000 there is something for everyone, including first time buyers, investors, those looking for a detached home, or somewhere to retire within the city centre.
Record prices were achieved for Galway city properties in a packed auction room with more than 500 people in attendance. The Harbour Hotel on New Dock Road was full to capacity on Thursday morning for O’Donnellan & Joyce’s third auction of the year. There were 65 lots for sale on the day including properties in Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Roscommon, Longford, Kerry, Laois, Cork, and Offaly.
Thursday June 8 is set to be the busiest day for Galway auctioneering firm O’Donnellan & Joyce, as it hosts the largest auction ever held in the west of Ireland. Auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan said the team “are busy with final open viewings and enquiries” for their list of more than 80 properties to go under the hammer.