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Huge selection of properties along western seaboard up for grabs at bumper auction

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The Stiles, Kingston.

More than 50 properties across Galway and the western seaboard are set to under the hammer at a bumper auction next month.

Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers said the Wild Atlantic Way Auction on March 4 will offer exceptional value.

“Properties from Donegal to Kerry and predominantly Galway City will go for sale by auction.

“There is tremendous variety and diversity, all which must be sold, with exceptional value particularly for first-time buyers and investors alike,” said Mr O’Donnellan.

Among the properties going under the hammer are:

25 Dalysfort Road, Salthill. A three-bed mid-terrace residence located on the top of Dalysfort Road with views over Salthill Promenade and Galway Bay. The Advised Minimum Value is €300,000.

The Stiles, Kingston, Galway. Architecturally designed family home, located on a magnificent site in this much sought-after residential area of the Kingston Road. The property which stands on one of the finest sites contains unparalleled views overlooking Galway Golf Club, Galway Bay and the surrounding coastline. The AMV is €450,000.

5 Rockbarton Court, Salthill. Two-bed ground floor apartment, refurbished to a high standard in a very popular residential area beside Pearse Stadium. The AMV is €180,000.

25 McDermott Avenue, Mervue. A three-bed bungalow on a large corner site in one of Galway’s oldest and more established residential areas. The AMV is €125,000.

25 Lower Newcastle Road. High profile commercial/residential property situated adjacent to the gates of NUI Galway. It contains an abundance of space on the ground floor commercial unit and a four-bed apartment overhead. This property would make a gilt-edged investment. The AMV is €500,000.

15 Arasain na Mara, Salthill. A first floor three-bed apartment with breathtaking views over Salthill Promenade, Galway Bay and the surrounding coastline. The property comes with two parking spaces. The AMV is €160,000.

4 Emmet Avenue, Mervue. Three-bed mid-terraced residence in mint decorative order and repair. The property has been refurbished to the highest of standards by its present owners. The AMV is €170,000.

1 Parkmore, Dublin Road, Tuam. Three-bed house on a large corner site in turnkey condition. Features include wooden flooring, double insulated attic and an extension to the rear.  The AMV is €85,000.

Old Post Office, The Square, Dunmore. Large semi-detached property formerly the post office overlooking the village square. The AMV is €50,000.

39 Portacarron, Ballymoneen Road, Galway. Four-bed semi-detached house with an additional attic conversion. The AMV is €225,000.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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Survey finds homeowners are planning makeovers

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Colin Bebbington of Bord Gáis Energy: new research.

Almost half of people in Connacht (42%) say their relationship with their home has changed over the last year and three quarters say they now value their home now more than ever.

That’s according to new research by Bord Gáis Energy into attitudes towards our homes. It revealed that while we value it more than ever, 47% plan to make changes to their property this year.

Thinking about making their interiors suitable for the future, 45% say they want to upgrade their house to make it more sustainable and energy efficient.

Householders in Connacht now see their home as not just a place to reside but a place to live, work and make the most of their free time. Post Covid-19, 37% say they see themselves continuing to spend more family time spend at home, 22% say they intend to keep working from their property, while a fifth (19%) will keep entertaining and socialising at home.

Almost half (47%) of households in Connacht want to make changes to their garden and outdoor spaces. Almost two thirds (63%) cited it as the place where they relax and 21% say they have now started to enjoy al-fresco dining in their garden over the last year.

Colin Bebbington, Retail Director with Bord Gáis Energy said: “The energy sector is changing and evolving, as are our customers’ lives which are now more complex than ever. As we transition to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, customers can expect to see new thinking, new innovations and upgraded solutions around energy management from us,  while knowing that the energy they use to power today is being brought to them by the people who are thinking about how to manage that energy to protect tomorrow.”

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More than 40 lots set to go under the hammer

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The land in Caltra with two unfinished houses.

O’Donnellan & Joyce are gearing up for their next online auction, which takes place on Friday, July 23.

With just over 40 lots set to go under the hammer on the day, the catalogue promises to have something for everyone and includes farmlands, former Garda stations, commercial premises, country homes, urban pads and even a cottage on Inishbofin island.

Among the properties for sale are:

134 Gleann Dara, Bishop O’Donnell Road, Galway.  A 4-bed semi within easy access of NUIG and UHG, which could make a starter home or investment property.  The Advised Minimum Value is €195,000.

Fawnmore, Inishbofin. This charming 2-bed cottage is in perfect condition and is situated on an elevated site with panoramic ocean views with a south westerly aspect. This very special property would make a lovely holiday home or indeed a permanent residence.  The AMV is €265,000.

Kingstown, Sky Road, Clifden. A cottage in need of modernisation with an idyllic setting in a rugged landscape with panoramic views of Streamstown Bay as its backdrop.  Full planning permission was granted in 2020 to redevelop to a 3-bedroom home of 90.6 sq.m. with a living/kitchen/dining room, utility, main bathroom and master en suite, all on a site of 0.35 acres. The AMV is €90,000.

Reaghan, Tynagh, Loughrea. A detached 5-bed dormer bungalow in need of some loving care. This property extends to 206 sq.m, comes with a garage and approximately 1.09 acres of land.  Set in a leafy country setting, this property would make a lovely family home with lots of room to extend (subject to planning). Tynagh Village is just five minutes’ drive away with post office, church and shop. The AMV is €75,000.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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Spacious family home takes advantage of light throughout

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Roveagh, Kilcolga

This beautiful family home, which was built in 2001 and extended in 2011, boasts 378 square metres on a three-quarter acre site in Roveagh, Kilcolgan.

Free flowing open plan living spaces marry well with the functional areas of the house. The residence is set amongst mature landscaped gardens that provide privacy, shelter and extend to 0.73 acre.

On entering this home, the sense of light and space are evident with double height entrance hallway that opens to the kitchen and living room.  The kitchen has a customised units, central island, Corian work tops and Neff integrated appliances, the living area is a comfortable open plan area with fireplace and oil fired stove.

The breakfast/dining room is off the living area and has dual corner sliding glass doors that open directly onto a south-west facing sunny patio. The sunroom and en suite guest bedroom are also in this part of the house.  At the other side of the entrance hall is the sitting room with raised hearth open fireplace, a play/games room and guest toilet off the hall.

To finish the ground floor accommodation, there is a utility room with extensive storage leading to fully fitted office and a customised home gym.

The first floor is accessed via a solid timber open tread stairwell onto a bright landing that has a balcony and reading area overlooking the entrance hall. There are four bedrooms on this level, including the main bedroom suite, three further bedrooms one of which is en suite and the main bathroom.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.

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