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Two weeks to final 2017 public auction

Wednesday, 15th November, 2017 5:55pm

The Munster Property Auction will hold its fifth and final public auction of the year on 30 November.

Patrick Convey of The Munster Property Auction said: "We are continuing to see a strong appetite for all varieties of property throughout the province. The lack of supply of good family homes as well as commercial/investment properties is putting upward pressure on property prices in most locations and, in particular, the urban areas of the province."

2 Convent Terrace, Strawberry Hill

This two-bedroom terraced property has been renovated to a high standard and is offered at bids over €209,000 in partnership with partners Matt Fallon.

Cottage and 37 acres near Newmarket

This partially renovated two-bedroom bungalow is built on approximately 1.68 acres. There is a further 33.70 acres of agricultural land offered for sale.

This property can be purchased as one lot or separated and is offered at bids over €209,000 in partnership with Liam Mullins Estate Agents. It's located at Glennamucklagh, Taur in Newmarket.

Dromoureen, Coolmane, Bantry

This is a traditional style two-bedroom farmhouse and is offered at bids over €125,000 in partnership with Pat Maguire Properties.

House and four acres, Gortnascregga, Freemount

This is a recently built and beautifully maintained, five-bedroom dormer residence on about four acres. The property is built to a high standard and located just off the Freemount - Kanturk road. It's offered at bids over €225,000 in partnership with Ted Sheehan, Charleville.

Unit 8 Kilbarry Business Park

This is offered at bids over €180,000 in partnership with property partners Matt Fallon and comprises of a substantial end of row warehouse with ancillary office accommodation.

Contact the Munster Property Auction on 021-2349696 to arrange for a free property valuation or for more info, visit

The next public auction takes place on 30 November in the Rochestown Park Hotel. Registration starts at 6.30pm.

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