28B Lower O’Connell Street is a Georgian period-era home in Kinsale.

Demand for houses never stronger

A property auction specialist has said that despite lockdowns and restrictions, enquiry levels on their properties have continued to be exceptionally strong over the last year.

That’s Iam Sold which has several upcoming auctions on its calendar.

Patrick Convey of the Munster Property Auction said: “With the high demand we are currently experiencing, now is a great time to market a property. We are finding competitive bidding on the vast amount of properties we offer for sale and have thousands of registered applicants currently looking to buy before the end of the year.”

The next auctions take place on 23 September and 28 October.

Garrylucas Beach

Amazing location right next to the gorgeous Garrylucas beach, Garrettstown, this 120 square metre plot and 1,300 square foot caravan/mobile home is a stone’s throw away from the beach with wonderful water views. There is right of way access from the public road and the property is to be sold as is, not subject to planning permission. It is offered at bids over €55,000 in partnership with Martin Kelleher Property in Clonakilty.


28B Lower O'Connell Street is a Georgian period-era home with a good sized basement that is located in the centre of the town. Dating back many decades, the bones of the period Georgian house that once was is still prevalent throughout the property - all the original Georgian windows and shutters are still in place with extra high ceilings and over-generous room. The property needs some modernisation. It has a terraced back garden access below street level which could make a lovely patio/garden area. It is offered at bids over €395,000 in partnership with James Murphy & Co in Kinsale.


This three-bedroom bungalow in Bunalunn is well maintained throughout and enjoys panoramic countryside views. It’s conveniently positioned on the main Skibbereen to Bantry road and is offered at bids over €190,000 in partnership with Pat Maguire Properties in Skibbereen.