Wednesday 11 December 2019

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2019’s last property auction

Wednesday, 13th November, 2019 4:45pm

The Munster Property Auction will hold their fifth and final public auction event of the year this month. The auction will take place on Thursday 28 November at The Rochestown Park Hotel.

Recent years have shown that the months of November and December are particularly strong in terms of property sales, both for residential and commercial property. The auction team are now working with property owners, as well as buyers, who are keen to have a sale achieved before Christmas.

The company are already taking entries for their 2020 online and public auctions. Munster Property Auction’s Patrick Convey said: “With the steady demand we are currently experiencing, now is a great time to market property and we have thousands of registered applicants looking to buy. We are keen to speak to property owners and can arrange a free valuation to assess the market value for the property.”

The Munster Property Auction do not charge any upfront costs into the auction and take on board all marketing and entry fees, so the property owner has no costs unless the property is successfully sold.

Dromina

A spacious five bedroom detached dormer is for sale in the village of Dromina, within walking distance of the local amenities including shops, a primary school and a GAA pitch. Offered at bids in excess of €140,000 in partnership with Liam Mullins and Associates.

Ballyhooly Road

A property at Ballyhooly Road, Montenotte, represents a superb investment opportunity. Located in this much sought after area of Cork city and set in a cul-de-sac of well-maintained properties, this residence offers three sizeable bedrooms, serviced by two bathrooms, one en suite and one guest bathroom. It is offered at bids in excess of €150,000 in partnership with property partners Matt Fallon.

Waterford city

A former Daybreak Convenience Store located at Abbey Park, Ferrybank, Waterford city, is situated at the entrance to Abbey Lawn. This is directly opposite Ross Abbey Shopping Centre. Waterford city centre is approximately 4km from the property and there is a bus service operating daily nearby. This unit is circa 1,900 sq. feet and was previously occupied by a convenience store. It is offered at bids in excess of €105,000 in partnership with Barry and John Murphy Auctioneers.

Askeaton

A spacious and beautifully appointed four bed residence is situated on a landscaped site of approximately 0.80 acres in the picturesque townland in Ballyellinan, Askeaton, Co. Limerick. The house benefits from a number of recent upgrades including completely refurbished bathrooms with new fittings and tiling.

10 apartments

at Firies Village,

Killarney, Co. Kerry

This is an opportunity to purchase a development of ten two-bedroom apartments, requiring completion in the popular Firies village. The property is just 5km from Kerry Airport and Farranfore Train Station, and just 10 minutes’ drive to Killarney and Tralee.

The apartments are substantially constructed requiring internal fit out. The development has the potential for excellent rental returns. They are offered at bids in excess of €315,000 in partnership with William Hennigan Auctioneer.

Contact The Munster Property Auction on 021-2349696 to arrange for a free property valuation or for more information visit munsterpropertyauction.ie. The auction takes place on 28 November in The Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork at 7pm. Registration is at 6.30pm.

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