The O’Donnellan & Joyce team are busy with final viewings and inquiries on their list of over 25 properties, which will be up for sale at the Wild Atlantic Property Auction of the company tomorrow, Friday 8 April. For the first time in more than two years, the auction will be followed by a live audience and thanks to the combination of live streaming technology, people will be able to bid either in the room or from the comfort of their own home. using telephone or internet auctions.
The auction will start at midday at the Harbor Hotel, Galway, and will see residential and commercial properties across the country go under the hammer. Strong local, national and international interest has been expressed with a broad profile of property enquiries, particularly around Galway city.
There’s something for everyone at this auction, whether you’re a first-time buyer, someone looking to downsize, interested in a vacation home, or buying for a golden investment. The auction will be webcast on www.odj.ie Colm O’Donnellan noted: “A large number of internet bidders have already registered and are ready to bid from Ireland and overseas.” The auction will see more than 25 lots go under the hammer, including residential and commercial properties in Galway, Mayo, Westmeath, Donegal and Sligo. If you are interested in bidding, registration must be completed prior to the auction on the company’s website www.odj.ie
Some of the properties available in tomorrow’s auction are as follows.
Riona, No 46 Sycamore Drive, Highfield Park, Galway
A wonderful detached family residence known as Riona, ideally located in one of Galway City’s most desirable and mature residential areas, Highfield Park, off Taylor’s Hill. This four-bedroom property benefits from lots of natural light thanks to its large bay windows which overlook either the green space at the front or the garden and the magnificent view at the rear. Unobstructed front or back, this very private detached residence is conveniently located within walking distance of several quality primary and secondary schools which are just steps away on Taylor’s Hill. Places of interest such as the village of Salthill with its promenade, as well as the trendy bars and restaurants of the Latin Quarter and the West End of Galway city, are only a few minutes away.
Bosco, No 44 Saint Mary’s Road, Galway
A five bedroom mid-terrace house located within walking distance of Galway city centre. Beautifully modernized, this spacious residence combines the charm and character of the old with modern décor. Close to NUIG and UHG there are a number of excellent amenities in this area including primary schools, secondary schools, shops, cafes and the bars and restaurants of Galway’s West End are only a short walk away. a few steps. It is also ideal for leisurely walks around the city’s canals and the River Corrib. Accommodation in this charming property comprises an entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/dining room, five bedrooms, shower room and utility room to the rear courtyard. An ideal opportunity to acquire a house in a very central location in excellent general condition.
Castlegar Village, Tuam Road, Castlegar, Galway
A spectacular five bedroom house with large workshops to the rear, located in the popular village of Castlegar. Minutes from several business and industrial parks, this location is ideal for any buyer due to its easy access to the heart of Galway city. This magnificent bungalow is presented in very good decorative condition. The accommodation comprises a bright and airy foyer, family room, open plan kitchen/dining room and lounge area. A veranda with double doors is located overlooking the private rear garden. All five bedrooms are en-suite and there is a guest toilet, separate utility room and storage space to complete the accommodation of this exquisite home. Many sports and recreational facilities are also available in the area. This property really has everything one would need on the doorstep.
Kilcaimin Cottage, Kilcaimin, Oranmore, County Galway
Every once in a while something very special comes to the auction market, and this is one of those times. This traditional one bedroom Irish thatched cottage is nestled beside Kilcaimin Bay, close to Renville Park and Galway Bay Golf & Country Club. Kilcaimin is minutes from the bustling village of Oranmore which offers all necessary amenities and services such as shopping centres, restaurants, bars, local primary and secondary schools, as well as train and bus services. Accommodation in this quaint property comprises a living/dining room, kitchen, bedroom and shower room. There is a large back yard with storage sheds and a large garden behind. At the front of the house, a pleasant green lawn faces south. The chalet has an oil stove in the living room, double glazed windows and a septic tank. As it needs updating, this charming property would be ideal for someone looking for a small project with easy access to all the requirements of modern living in a peaceful setting. If you want to own a piece of Irish heritage, this is your chance.
No 105 Clifden Glen, Couravoughil, Clifden, County Galway
One bedroom residence located in this highly sought after and acclaimed Clifden Glen holiday village. Clifden Glen is a unique holiday village set in 192 acres of stunning natural mountain, meadow and river surroundings with spectacular views across the famous Connemara landscape, an ideal location for a family break to enjoy all that the world has to offer. west of Ireland has to offer. Clifden Glen is located approximately one mile from the town of Clifden.
This one bedroom semi-detached house would be an ideal bolt hole for anyone who enjoys visiting this area. Excellent facilities are on the doorstep as well as the breathtaking charm and panoramic scenery that Connemara has to offer. The clubhouse is located in the original Clifden Lodge and its licensed premises are open at appropriate times in high season and at peak times.
No 74 Cois na hAbhainn, Ballygaddy Road, Tuam, County Galway
Attractive three bedroom semi-detached house located within walking distance of downtown Tuam and close to all amenities and services. Tuam has become a popular suburban town as it is linked to the M17 motorway making it very accessible from Galway city and beyond. It would be an excellent starter home or investment property.
No 88 Cois na hAbhainn, Ballygaddy Road, Tuam, County Galway
Similar to the previous property, No 88 Cois Na Habhainn is also located within walking distance of downtown Tuam and close to all amenities and services. This four bedroom semi-detached property also overlooks a large green area to the front and there is a rear garden and tarmac driveway. It would also be an excellent starter home or investment property.
Market Square, Gort, County Galway
Upmarket end-of-terrace corner building set overlooking The Square, Gort, and spanning three basement levels. The property includes a commercial area on the ground floor which is occupied by Vape Express (terms unknown). The first and second floors include two individual offices with toilets and kitchenette, both vacant. In addition, there is a telecom mast on the building with a duration of 10 years from September 2021 to September 2031. The fee to be paid is €8,692.33 per year. This property enjoys a prime location in Gort town center and is a short drive to Galway city which is 45km away.
The live property auction will take place at the Harbor Hotel, Galway, and the full list of properties for sale tomorrow can be viewed online at www.odj.ie and www.daft.ie If you are interested in bidding, registration must be completed on the company’s website www.odj.ie before the auction.
Full details are available from the auction team at O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers, 5 Mary Street, Galway, telephone 091 564 212.