19 properties up for grabs this week at Allsop auction
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two bedroom house at 24, The Coach House, Forrest Park, Courtown which had a reserve of less than €70,000 has been withdrawn from auction.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.'