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Choice of properties under the hammer

Wednesday, 5th September, 2018 4:35pm

A range of property and land will be up for grabs at an upcoming Cork auction. The Munster Property Aunction will offer properties for sale from across Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford.

Patrick Convey, of The Munster Property Auction said: “Our last auction was hugely successful with 95 per cent of lots sold. Furthermore, the properties which were not sold at the auction, have since been sold via our online auction.

The next auction will take place on 20 September in the Rochestown Park Hotel, with registration starting at 6.30pm.”

Here are some of the options going under the hammer at it:

Harleywood, Deanrock

This is offered at bids over €395,000 in partnership with Coldwell Banker Carlton Estates. It’s a small development of four two-bedroom apartments. Each apartment is self-contained and has its own access.

44 North Main Street, Cork city The property is held under a 35 year lease to Reflex Men’s Fashion since 1989. The tenant is unaffected by the sale and it’s offered at bids over €220,000 in partnership with partners Matt Fallon.

36.5 acres in Ballynafeaha, Mallow

This is tillage land, just 5km from Mallow on the N72. The lands offer access to the River Blackwater and is offered at bids over €310,000 in partnership with Liam Mullins. Clonrobbon, Kilbrin This five bed-room bungalow is offered at bids over €129,950 in partnership with Ted Sheehan. There is a large lawn to front and side, with a patio to the rear. Contact The Munster Property Auction on 021-234 9696 to arrange for a free property valuation or for more info, visit

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