The Connacht Property Auction will take place on Wednesday, 26 March in the Clayton Hotel, Galway offering a large variety of properties all across Connacht. The auction will offer a large selection of properties offered from around the province including residential homes and investments, commercial properties and agricultural holdings.
Strong interest is expected in the lots on offer after the success of the November auction, where 22 out of 27 properties were sold.
Kilnadeema, Loughrea – offered at bids over €59,950 in partnership with Keary Auctioneers. Offering exceptional value for money, this stone-built former ‘Teacher’s House’ is an attractive option. The property has an excellent location, adjacent to Kilnadeema National School and offering views across Loughrea Lake. The property provides three bedrooms and would be make a lovely home or indeed investment.
Shannakeela, Recess – offered at bids over €59,000 in partnership with Matt O’Sullivan Auctioneers. This well-presented three bedroom residence is located on a large private site with excellent mountain views. The property is set between Recess and Maam Cross and would make an ideal base for a commuter to Galway, Oughterard or Clifden. Presented in mint condition the house stands on a 0.75 acre site, which has mature gardens, streams and trees. The property offers real value for money and will make an excellent purchase and home.
Barefield, Ennis – offered at bids over €126,000 in partnership with Arthur and Lees Auctioneers. This is a large, five bedroom detached property of 1,700 square feet built in 1976. The property sits on a 0.75 acre landscaped site with garage attached. Four of the bedrooms are en suite and there are two reception rooms along with a kitchen/dining room, main bathroom and utility room. A garage is connected to the main house and this is divided by partition walls into three separate rooms. The garage has heating and electricity thus offering additional accommodation if required. The property is in need of some modernising and will make a fine family home in an excellent location.
These properties are being offered through the modern method of auction which is more flexible than tradition auction, meaning even purchasers buying with a mortgage can secure a property through auction.
“There is some terrific value for money in the property market right now and it is certainly a good time to buy,” commented Patrick Folan from The Connacht Property Auction.
“Our flexible online and public auctions offer a wide range of properties which can be purchased by both cash and mortgage buyers. Through being more flexible with the buyer along with strong marketing, we ensure our properties generate significant interest and are sold in a reasonable time period,” he said.
The public auction will take place on Wednesday, 26 March in the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit, Galway at 7pm. Registration begins at 6.30pm.
All properties can be viewed on the auction website www.connachtpropertyauction.ie. To arrange a viewing or speak to the auction team call 091-882121.