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The highlight of the afternoon was a partially constructed residence being sold on 2.7 acres at Gortacleva, Bushypark, on the instructions of Patrick Horkan, receiver, KPMG. Bidding commenced at and this was one of the most intriguing auctions of the afternoon as two individuals interchanged bids in increments of until eventually the auctioneer hammer fell at to thunderous applause from the packed auction room. The solicitor with carriage of sale was Gerry O LK Shields solicitors, 39/40 Upper Mount Street, Dublin 2, 01 637 1544.
from a substantial number of builders. Bidding commenced at and increased rapidly in increments of Four builders interchanged bids, and when it looked as if the hammer was about to fall at a fresh bidder entered the fray and bids began to increase in increments of until eventually the hammer fell down at The solicitor with carriage of sale was Kieran Murphy, 9 The Crescent, Galway, 091 587171.
O Joyce recorded seven sales when it placed nine properties under the hammer at last Friday auction. Colm Puma Creepers Black Gum
The next property to be auctioned was a detached residence at No 70 Windfield Gardens, a substantial detached residence located off the Clybaun Road with a striking facade with a double bay window, and spacious accommodation to provide an exceptional family home. Bidding commenced at and increased in lots of until it eventually reached Having not reached the reserve price, auctioneer Colm O withdrew the property, but it was sold immediately afterwards at that price. The solicitor with carriage of sale was Karina Doyle, Lewis C Doyle solicitors, St Augustine Street, Galway, 091 549300.
Anyone considering placing property up for auction on Friday May 25 can contact O Joyce auction team members Colm O 087 2887446, Anne Harding 086 8173335, or Tony Joyce 086 2529110, or the main office at (091 ) 564212.
The fourth property to be auctioned was an investment property at No 90 Dun Aras, Bishop O Road, a three bedroom townhouse in a student accommodation village. The property offered a nine per cent yield and was being sold fully furnished, and rented to students of NUIG. Bidding opened at three individual investors interchanged bids of until the auctioneer hammer fell at The solicitor with carriage of sale was Brian Doherty, Brian Doherty Co, Seville House, Dock Street, Galway, 091 567083.
O of auctioneers O Joyce said they were delighted with the prices achieved and the tremendous response and bidding in the room. He said auctions are proving to be the best method of obtaining a sale on properties, and all the properties on offer had very realistic reserve prices, and the market decides the true value.
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The third property was No 61 Upper Newcastle, Galway, a semi derelict residence located on the main Newcastle Road on a very attractive site directly across from the gates of NUIG. It came with full planning permission for two detached houses. The property attracted interest Puma Basket Classic Trainers In Black Leather
The sixth property was a house at No 83 Tirellan Heights. Bidding commenced at and increased rapidly up to until the auctioneer gavel fell. The solicitor with carriage of sale was Breda Tierney, Kieran Murphy Co solicitors, 9 The Crescent, Galway, 091 587171.
The next O Joyce auction will take place on May 25 and Colm O said the company is actively looking for properties for that auction over the next two weeks. The May auction will be the highlight of the year as May is regarded as the prime selling season for property.
Square and in good decorative order and repair, had attracted excellent interest prior to the auction. Bidding commenced at and within the space of two minutes the reserve price of had been reached with bids rapidly coming in from around the room. For a frenzied five minutes bids increased rapidly to It was then left to two bidders to chase the property, increasing in bids of until eventually the auctioneer hammer fell at to a delighted purchaser along with enormous applause from the huge attendance. The solicitor with carriage of sale was Harry Bell, Bell Carroll, 21 Middle Street, Galway, 091 533777.
The Corrib Hotel, Oughterard, which stands on 1.27 acres was withdrawn at However it is understood to be under active negotiations. In addition a detached residence at No 4 Cois Locha, Kilcolgan, was withdrawn at and is also under active negotiation. The solicitor with carriage of sale is Patricia Bambury, MG Ryan Co, Abbeygate Street, Galway, 091 564011.
The next property was No 3 Lydon Terrace, situated in one of Galway oldest and best established residential areas, Bohermore. The house is located close to Eyre Square and is an old city council house. Two individuals chased the property and bids increased from rapidly up to where the auctioneer hammer fell at that price. The Puma Basket Metallic White solicitor with carriage of sale was Maeve Joyce, Horan Son solicitors, 23 Eyre Square, Galway, 091 567091
The first property that was auctioned was No 26 The Green, College Road, Galway. This property, a four bedroom semidetached residence located just off Eyre Puma Suede Creepers Grey
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