Tomorrow sees leading property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launch the second of its summer series of auctions in its auction room at the Imperial Hotel in Eyre Square.
Following a successful May auction, the city-based agent is bringing six lots to the floor and, as usual, the company has an eclectic mix of properties which will appeal to a broad spectrum of buyers.
The team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are delighted at the response their marketing campaign has generated and interest in the properties seems to be very positive. As usual James Heaslip will conduct the auctions and he believes that all of the properties are priced attractively.
“We try to make a conscious effort to price the properties we bring to the auction floor as realistically as possible,” he said.
“We don’t go for the ‘fire-sale’ type of auctions and therefore, when buyers come to our auctions, they know the guide price is going to be, more often than not, close to the advertised guide price. This particular auction sees us bring six lots to the floor with some really interesting properties on offer.”
The first of the lots is a three bedroom detached bungalow in Garrabeg, Gort. A dormer residence on a site of approximately 0.5 acre, this fine property is located close to Gort town square and offers huge potential for renovation or further development. The site is walled in and is not overlooked in any way, with the large gardens getting sun all day long. The house has three bedrooms, a kitchen/dining room, a living room, a bathroom, and an external block garage. This property offers a wonderful opportunity to acquire an excellent starter home in a quiet rural town close to all amenities. Guiding an extremely attractive AMV of €70,000, this property represents excellent value for money. Cliona Pierse of Sadlier & Co solicitors, Gort, will handle the carriage of sale for this the first lot.
The second offering will be No 39 Tirellan Heights on the Headford Road. A wonderfully maintained family home in a top class location on the immediate outskirts of Galway city, this beautifully presented semidetached house offers a wonderful opportunity for first time buyers to purchase a perfect starter home. Recently renovated, the house has a modern fitted kitchen with a Stanley range and sliding doors to a rear patio. There is extensive tiling and wood floors throughout. All carpets, curtains, fixtures and fittings are of the highest order and are all included in the sale. Comprising four bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen/dining room, a downstairs wc, a utility shed, and a garden shed, the next owners will want for nothing. Oil fired central heating, double glazing, and a manicured rear garden are among the features that will attract those looking for a prime family home. Guiding a most reasonable price of €135,000, Susan Egan of Emerson & Conway in St Francis Street, Galway, will be on hand to take care of the carriage of sale.
The third lot of the afternoon will see No 37 Beechgrove in Oranmore go under the hammer. Located on the Maree road on the outskirts of much sought after Oranmore village, all amenities are within walking distance, including various schools, supermarkets, pubs, and restaurants. A four bedroom detached bungalow, the house is situated on a site comprising 0.33 acre and has all modern conveniences. In pristine condition, once again this property will appeal to those looking for a starter home or as an investment property offering generous rental potential. Being sold with the benefit of double glazing, oil fired central heating, and fully fitted, the house is ready for immediate occupation. The main house has three bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen/dining area, and extension to the rear offering a further four bedrooms and a kitchenette. Being offered to the market with an extremely attractive guide price of €220,000, Pauline O’Reilly solicitor on St Francis Street in Galway will take care of the carriage of sale.
Lot four will see No 7 Bru na Mara in Fort Lorenzo come to the market. This is a stunning four bedroom semidetached residence which has recently been remodelled and renovated to the highest standards possible. Both bright and spacious, No 7 is being offered to the market with many wonderful features including underfloor heating, hardwood floors, a Scandinavian designer kitchen, and a large rear garden with a cobble locked sun trap patio. Comprising almost 1,500sq ft of living space, this beautiful home has four large double bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, a kitchen/dining area, and a utility room. The Bru na Mara development is at the rear of the Fort Lorenzo estate and has no through traffic. It is quiet and secluded, and yet is only 20 minutes’ walk from Galway city centre. The asking price for this unbelievable home is €220,000 and Maeve Carroll of Bell & Carroll solicitors on Middle Street in Galway will handle the carriage of sale.
Number 127 Dun na Coiribe on the Headford road is the fifth of the lots to be offered for sale. A spacious two bedroom apartment, this very well presented ground floor unit is situated to the rear of this award winning O’Malley built development, tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac. In absolutely top class condition, this well located apartment has its own entrance and its own front patio area. Being sold with the benefit of semi-solid wood floors, extensive tiling, and a fully fitted kitchen with all white goods included, this property is a low-maintenance investment property in a top class location. Comprising more than 700sq ft of living space, the apartment has plenty of parking with it and is being sold fully furnished. This lot comes to the market with a hugely attractive advised minimum value of €135,000 and Gerry O’Donnell of O’Donnell Waters solicitors, Aengus House, Galway, will handle the carriage of sale.
The sixth and final lot to go under the hammer will be No 7 St Mary’s Avenue off Taylor’s Hill in Galway. This is a four bedroom mid-terrace residence close to Galway city centre in what is unquestionably one of the city’s most sought after locations. Part of a terrace of houses which was built in the early part of the 1900s, this beautiful part of Galway city is close to all amenities, with both the city centre and Salthill just a short stroll away. In need of renovation, this property will certainly attract the interest of those looking for something to put their own stamp on. With approximately 1,400sq ft of living space, the property is being sold with a basement, which can be incorporated into the main body of the house, and a rear garden with a pedestrian entrance. There is on street parking, although the car might be the first thing to go as everything is within a short stroll of the front door. The guide price for this the final lot is €190,000 and represents serious value for a property in a prime location. Donal Downes of O’Dea & Co solicitors in Eyre Square will take care of the carriage of sale.
For full particulars on tomorrow’s auction or details of the upcoming July 26 auction, call 091 565261 to talk to any of the auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard.
The auction can be viewed live tomorrow at www.dngauctions.ie