19 properties up for grabs this week at Allsop auction

By Esther Hayden

Published 08/09/2015 | 00:00

14 houses in St David's Well in Bridgetown which have been reduced by €20,000.
14 houses in St David's Well in Bridgetown which have been reduced by €20,000.
7, Hillview Crescent, Seafield Golf and Country Club, Gorey requires completion works.
A fire damaged house at Cross Street, New Ross has a reserve of not less than €15,000.

Nineteen County Wexford properties will be auctioned off this week as part of the latest tranche of Allsop auctions.

The auction which takes place on two separate days will see a more than 370 properties go under the hammer at the RDS on Tuesday (today) and Thursday with a combined reserve of almost €60million making it their biggest auction yet.

There has been some changes to the auction catalogue since it was first announced last week with the most notable change being that a price drop of €20,000 for 14 houses at St. David's Well in Bridgetown.

The properties which are to be sold as one lot were initially to be offered with a reserve not exceeding €500,000. However late last week Daft.ie had the property with a reserve price of not less than €480,000. The development consists of five three bedroom semi detached houses, four three bedroom end of terrace houses and five two bedroom mid terrace houses.

A mid terrace two bedroom house at 24, The Coach House, Forrest Park, Courtown which had a reserve of less than €70,000 has been withdrawn from auction.

The properties are situated around the county with a number of bargains to be had if the bidding doesn't exceed the reserve price.

Other highlights include a four bed house requiring completion works at Number 7 Hillview Crescent, Seafield Golf and Country Club in Gorey with a reserve of less than €220,000; A derelict detached house on a site of 0.5 acres at Sallyville Close, Rosslare has a reserve not to exceed €30,000 while an end of terrace three bedroom house which has some fire damage at 18 Cross Street, New Ross has a reserve of not less than €15,000.

Jonathan Fenn, Head of Residential, said: 'This is the largest residential catalogue to date providing a wide selection of properties. Investment assets are also dominant in the catalogue.'

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