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Home & Property

Homes under virtual hammer

Wednesday, 2nd September, 2020 2:32pm

Many events are being held virtual now and auctions are no exception.

Online auction specialist Iam Sold Property Auctions, who run the Munster, Connacht, Leinster and Northern Ireland Property auctions, says that demand remains strong in the property market post Covid-19 lockdown.

Liam Farragher, Sales Manager for The Munster Property Auction, said: “While the disruption to the market during lockdown left sellers and buyers alike with a sense of uncertainty, we have experienced extremely high demand on the majority of our auction lots throughout the summer months.”

However, while demand continues to remain high, properties on the market are low with a current 14 year low in terms of properties currently for sale. This means that for anyone thinking of selling, the likelihood of getting strong interest and bidding is very high.

This five-bedroom house is offered at bids over €215,000 in partnership with Lorraine Spillane Auctioneers. The detached property is on about one acre of private landscaped gardens. This countryside property offers plenty of space for organic gardening or a few animals and is ideally situated close to Fermoy town with easy access to the M8. Finished to a high standard, this renovated cottage is deceptively large on the inside.

Lackendarra House, Kinsalebeg, Waterford


It’s a five-bedroom family home with an abundance of character and is as impressive externally and internally. The property is spread over three levels. The ground floor has large spacious reception and entertaining rooms, second and third floor have large oversized bedrooms.

There are five bedrooms, two large bathrooms, sunroom, dining room, living room, kitchen/dining room, utility room and WC. The gardens are a dream for a person who has green fingers while the pond is a focal point along with the raised deck area and swinging seat.

For those thinking of selling, there is still time to enter properties into the 24 September online auction and the following online auction on 22 October.

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