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€3m worth of Galway properties set to go under the hammer next month

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Tonagarraun, Corrandulla

Residential and commercial properties in Galway with price tags totalling almost €3 million are set to go under the hammer next month.

The 24 lots are part of an Allsop auction of 375 properties – the biggest-ever auction to be held in the country – on September 8 and 10.

A total of 18 residential properties will be up for sale, with total reserve prices not to exceed €1.95m, while there will be six commercial properties with values totalling €935,000.

The auctioneers believe the residential properties – which are ready to let – will help ease pressure on Galway’s rental market.

Robert Hoban of Allsop said: “There is a very strong Galway offering over the two days with opportunities for both commercial investors and owner-occupiers.

“We are encouraged to see a clear growth in prime commercial and residential assets in other urban centres throughout the country.

“In particular, this catalogue provides a significant number of vacant, ready-to-let properties with strong rental potential.

“Against a backdrop of widespread commentary on the effects of a scarcity of rental accommodation nationally, I envisage these being purchased and released into the rental market, helping to balance the supply and demand,” said Mr Hoban.

Among the residential properties for sale is a three-bed apartment on the ground floor of the Lios Ealtan development at Nile Lodge in Lower Salthill, which is being sold vacant with a reserve price not to exceed €210,000.

All of the properties at Allsop auctions have been set a reserve price ‘not to exceed’ – this is the lowest price the vendor is willing to accept. If bidding does not reach the reserve, the seller is not required to sell.

At Ashleigh Grove in Knocknacarra, a four-bed semi-detached investment property is currently rented for €8,400 per annum and has been set a reserve of €200,000.

Another prime residence set to generate interest among bidders is 226 Lurgan Park in Renmore, a four-bed semi with a reserve of €160,000.

In Mahanagh, Corofin, a spacious four-bed detached house has a reserve not to exceed €120,000. The property extends to more than 3,000 square feet and is set on a 1.5 acre site.

The cheapest residential property in the Galway catalogue is on the Dublin Road in Tuam – a three-bed end-of-terrace with a reserve of €25,000.

Investment highlights include a substantial warehouse at Deerpark Industrial Estate in Oranmore, an extensive mixed use building in Milltown comprising a former public house, grocers and undertakers together with eight bedroom residential accommodation and Mellows House in Tuam – a mixed use investment comprising three retail units and two office units.

There are also two warehouses in the Ballybrit Industrial Estate on offer. Units in this location were strong performers at the Allsop July auction, with one (5,700 sq ft) unit selling for €260,000 and adjoining similar size unit for €285,000.

For more, see this week’s Connacht Tribune.

 

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Scenic farmland for sale in Joyce Country

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Stunning vista: the farmhouse (bottom left of photo) for sale in Knockaunban Valley.

An outstanding residential hill farm in the renowned Maam Valley – better known as Joyce Country – a stunning and scenic hill farming area between Leenane and Maam.

Located in the Knockaunbaun Valley, which is a part of the Maum Turk mountain range, the farm extends to 114.04 hectares (281.79 acres) and is held in three large sections with other smaller sections along Bealnabrack River which flows into Lough Corrib nearby.

It provides excellent hill grazing on which a small herd of cattle and a large flock of sheep were farmed for many years. The land on both sides of a country lane is well fenced in the valley while a large section of hill on the Maum Turks being unfenced.

The dwelling house is nestled in a grove of pine trees is an 1930s cottage which consists of an entrance hall, living area, kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom. The roof and windows of the property were upgraded several years ago. However, the dwelling is in need of full refurbishment.

It has a private water source, mains electricity and a telephone connection. To the rear of the house there are a selection of traditional farm sheds with a storage shed to the front of the dwelling.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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Step into a wonderland set beside forest walks

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Ballinlass, Mountbellew

Cunningham Auctioneers are delighted to bring to market this superb standalone residence in Ballinlass, Mountbellew – in a tranquil setting with delightful forest walks on its doorstep.

Measuring 269 sq m (2,896 sq ft), this is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a luxurious family home which offers all that one could ask in terms of class and style.

It is situated just 3.5km from the town of Mountbellew, which offers an array of sporting, leisure and cultural facilities as well as a wide variety of shops.

The town is also well served with primary school, secondary schools, third level agricultural college under the Atlantic Technological University (formerly GMIT), post office, bank, credit union, church, 18 hole golf course, GAA club, children’s playground and a regular seven-day bus service to Galway and Roscommon.

The property was built in 2008 and stands on a large 0.9-acre site with a large garage to the rear. The ground floor comprises a beautiful large open plan kitchen/dining room finished to a high specification with gas and electric rangemaster and fitted Belfast sink.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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Spacious detached house finished to high standard

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O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers are handling the sale of this spacious detached residence in the Asca Beag development in Mincloon, just off the Rahoon Road in Galway City.

Constructed in 2006, Number 7 Asca Beag is a large home in very good condition with superior finishings such as hollowcore flooring, mosaic and porcelain tiling throughout, oak flooring and quality fittings.

Comprising 171.8 sq.m., the split-level style allows the property to benefit from ample reception and bedroom quarters.

The ground floor is arranged between large reception spaces with a separate living room with feature fireplace, an open-plan kitchen & reception area, and is completed via a guest bathroom with open shower.

The upper floors comprise four large bedrooms, two of which avail of their own en suites, and a main family bathroom. Externally, it offers ample parking to the front and an elevated garden space to the rear. Asca Beag is a small residential development in a cul-de-sac setting with communal green space.

The area offers a quiet rural feel whilst still having all amenities and services within close proximity being ideally located between Knocknacarra and Rahoon.

Additionally, the city centre, Salthill, NUIG and University Hospital are all within easy each.

Selling agent Hugh O’Donnellan said: “This would be the ideal family home in a quiet & friendly setting that boasts both a rural feel whilst still being within easy reach of all requirements.”

■ The asking price is €525,000. For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers on 091 564212.

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