More than 70 properties are set to go under the hammer later this month in the O’Donnellan & Joyce autumn auction.
Among the properties for sale are a mixed-use investment building at Ruxton Court on Dominick Street in the city centre.
It comprises a ground floor retail unit currently occupied by Paddy Power bookmakers; two ground floor offices (one of which is occupied); a first floor office (currently occupied) and 3 two-bed apartments, who of which are occupied. The Advised Minimum Value is €1m.
There is another investment opportunity at Eglinton Court on Eglinton Street, where a block of 4 two-bed apartments is being sold as lot with vacant possession with an AMV if €520,000.
At Churchfield in Lower Salthill, a fully let mixed use building has an AMV of €520,000 and is generating a rental income of €60,000 per annum. The property comprises a medical centre with five apartments overhead and is being sold with tenants in place.
On Dominic Street, Portumna, there are two blocks for sale, each offering commercial units on the ground floor with apartments overhead. Block A comprises three commercial units completed to a shell and core finish along with five fully completed two-bed apartments overhead. Block B comprises five commercial units along with nine apartments overhead all completed to a shell and core finish. The AMV is €380,000.
At Cúirt na Cora in Tuam, there is a block of 4 two-bed apartments on the market being sold in one lot with an AMV of €220,000, while separately, a three-bed semi in the development has an AMV of €95,000. The development is within walking distance of the town.
For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.