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Rivendell, Taylor’s Hill. AMV €420,000

More than sixty properties – including residential, commercial and investment – are set to go under the hammer at an all-day auction later this month.

The auction will be the fourth O’Donnellan ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ auction this year, and includes properties right down along the Western seaboard.

Investment properties will go under the hammer in the morning and private homes in the afternoon. The following are a list of the properties for sale in the Galway region.

Among the properties for sale are:

6 Dalton Drive, Salthill. A popular residential area renowned for large gardens and spacious accommodation. A four bed-semi just a short walk from Salthill Prom and many local schools. Open viewings Wednesdays and Saturdays 5pm to 6pm. The Advised Minimum Value is €475,000.

22 Oaklands, Salthill. A superb family home with a large south/west facing rear garden. Comprising 4 bedrooms and very generous living accommodation on the ground floor, this is one of the nicest homes to come to the market for quite some time. Open viewings Wednesdays and Saturdays 3.30pm to 4.30pm. The AMV is €485,000.

15 Ard na Mara, Salthill. 4-bed family home presented in superb condition and meticulously maintained both inside and out. The property has benefited from many improvements and has been fully dry-lined internally and insulated throughout. Only minutes from the Prom and Leisureland. Open viewings on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 2pm to 3pm. The AMV is €400,000.

1 Rivendell, Taylor’s Hill. A 4-bed detached family home located just off Taylors Hill. Tastefully extended to the rear (over 2 floors) in 2008, the overall size of the property is 1,660 sq ft Presented in excellent condition, it enjoys a maintenance-free south/west facing rear garden and overlooks large green spaces to the front and side. The AMV is €420,000.

Oranswell, Bushypark. Huge family home extending to 5,700 sq ft on approximately two acres, and including a large garage with first floor flat. The gardens include a large central courtyard and a tennis court. Open viewings Wednesdays and Saturdays 11am to 12pm. The AMV is €350,000.

17 Dún na Carraige, Blackrock. Wonderful 2-bed ground floor apartment with access to the front patio through the livingroom. It enjoys views of the golf course, Galway Bay and the Clare Hills and has top quality furniture, fittings and appliances. Open viewings on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 12.30pm to 1.30pm. The AMV is €320,000.

Truskey West, Barna. A 3-bed bungalow just a stone’s throw from the village, the Pier and the Twelve Hotel. A large living space over a split-level area, 3 good sized bedrooms together with many other features. It offers large manicured gardens to the front and rear. Open viewings on Wednesdays and Saturdays 11am to 12pm. The AMV is €400,000.

12 Court Lane, Woodquay, Galway. 4-bed terraced property around the corner from the Town Hall, Courthouse, Cathedral and Corrib. There is a large communal garden to the rear. Open viewings on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 2pm to 3pm. The AMV is €350,000.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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With some investment, this property could be restored to use as a home

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Cloonacauneen: The property had been used for offices.

This large detached dormer style residence is set on a half-acre site of mature landscaped gardens at Cloonacauneen on the outskirts of the city.

The house is slightly elevated and enjoys excellent views over the surrounding countryside. Cloonacauneen is a quiet and settled country location just 7km from Eyre Square.

The property was most recently used as an office – it has been well cared for and maintained and will require some investment to reinstate all the residential facilities.

It provides spacious, bright rooms and extends to 205 sq m in total, which would accommodate 4-5 bedrooms, 2-3 reception rooms. Facilities include double glazed windows and oil-fired central heating.

The gardens have been planned and developed with mature shrub beds, hedge rows, lawn areas. Natural stone wall and entrance pillars at the front lead to an extensive tarmacadam parking area to side and rear. There are lawns to the front and rear and a large patio area at the rear.

Selling agent Rachel O’Dowd said: “This property offers a quality residence that gives new owners opportunity to model to their own needs, on a large mature site and in a very peaceful settled community setting, giving all the benefits of country living yet only minutes from Galway City.”

The asking price is €310,000. The BER Rating is C3. For further information or to arrange a virtual viewing, contact Sherry FitzGerald on 091 569123.

 

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Another batch of homes to go under ‘virtual’ hammer with successful online auction house

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Rossmore, Woodford: one of the two houses for sale with a total price tag of €295,000.

I AM Sold Property Auctions, which runs The Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Northern Ireland Property Auctions have a number of upcoming online auctions, with the next Connacht Property Auction taking place on April 29.

According to the company, its online auctions have been in high demand over the past few months and offer buyers and sellers the chance to transact their properties without any need for usual travel and interactions needed with other sale processes.

Sales Manager Shane May said: “While current restrictions are preventing the industry from working to full capacity, we have seen a significant increase in the enquiry levels on this time last year prior to the pandemic. The first quarter of 2021 has been busy, both in terms of sales and enquiries, despite available properties being at their lowest level in over 10 years.

“Once lockdown restrictions were lifted last year, the pent-up demand was very evident with a surge of sales and closing from June to December. We are confident that this will again be the case once restrictions ease and with low stock and high demand, it is a surprisingly good time for property owners to sell their properties,” said Mr May.

The Connacht Property Auction are the only auction company who do not charge any upfront costs to enter a property into auction and with buyers spread across the province, the auction team are confident they can continue to get strong results.

Among the properties set to go under the virtual hammer are:

28 Rian Luachra, Ballybane, Galway. A three-bed semi with full planning permission for a second three-bed semi, offered at bids over €230,000 in partnership with REMAX Galway. No 28 is presented in excellent condition throughout having been well maintained by the current owner. The rear of the property boasts a sunny south-facing aspect with gated side access and large manicured lawns feature to the rear and side of the property. Rian Luachra is a wonderful family friendly estate located four minutes from Merlin Woods and five minutes from Ballyloughane Beach.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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Thatched cottage is a perfect base for exploring nature and cultural history

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Attifneen, Gort

Farrell Auctioneers are handling the sale of a fabulous thatched cottage located at Attifneen, Gort.
This cottage is in close proximity to explore the Wild Atlantic Way, The Cliffs of Moher, the Aran Islands or relive history at Coole Park in the footsteps of poet WB Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory.
The cottage is which is presented in excellent condition by the current owners and tastefully decorated in keeping with the traditional cottage style.
Accommodation includes entrance porch, kitchen, sitting room, bathroom, office, four bedrooms (one en suite) and a sauna. Externally, there are landscaped gardens with mature shrubs and trees, a secret garden, sauna and one bedroom chalet.
Selling agent Colm Farrell said: “We highly recommend viewing this picturesque beautiful property.”
The asking price is €285,000. For further information, contact Farrell Auctioneers on 091 632688 or visit colmfarrellproperty.com

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