Eight properties to go under the hammer in online auction

By Esther Hayden

Published 10/09/2016 | 00:00

ABOVE: Garrylough Mill in Screen; LEFT: the former Temple Bar in Duncormick
ABOVE: Garrylough Mill in Screen; LEFT: the former Temple Bar in Duncormick
ABOVE: Garrylough Mill in Screen; LEFT: the former Temple Bar in Duncormick

Eight properties across Wexford will go under the hammer in an online auction on September 13.

The properties which will be Allsop's largest online auction to date will take place from 10am until 5.30pm with a lot closing every two minutes throughout the day.

In total over 220 residential and commercial properties with a total reserve of over €33m go under the virtual hammer.

There is a strong commercial offering throughout Wexford with just two residential properties on offer.

The picturesque Garrylough Mill in Screen, a substantial restaurant in a renovated 19th century mill, has a reserve range of between €115,000 and €125,000. The property which is currently vacant is arranged over ground and four upper floors. Internally the property comprises a ground floor restaurant. The upper floors are arranged to provide storage and ancillary accommodation. The property further benefits from an extensive yard to the rear. The total floor area of the property is 3,305 square feet.

A mixed-use detached investment property on Railway Road in Gorey comprising a ground and first floor beauty salon together with a separate ground and first floor office building is the most expensive property up for auction. The property also benefits from a ground floor flat to the rear and is reserved between €180,000 and €220,000.

The beauty salon currently generates an annual rent of €6,396 while the ground and front floor office building and the ground floor flat are vacant.

An extensive mid-terrace office building on Upper George's Street in Wexford town comes to the auction room with a reserve range of between €175,000 and €185,000. The property is arranged over ground and two upper floors and is vacant.. Internally both the first and second floors comprise three offices and a bathroom. The property benefits yard to the rear. There is a total floor area of 2,842 square feet.

6 George's Street is a mid terrace office building with a reserve range of between €105,000 and €115,000 and is in vacant possession. The property is arranged over basement, ground and two upper floors. Internally the property provides for office accommodation on ground, first and second floor levels, together with storage accommodation at basement level. There is a total floor area of 2,335 square feet.

The former Temple Bar in Duncormick is also up for auction with a reserve of between €75,000 and €85,000.

This property which is vacant had a seven day publican's licence attached to it and is arranged over ground and one upper floor to provide a public house. Internally the property provides a ground floor bar and lounge together with residential accommodation overhead. The property benefits from a yard to the rear.

There is a total floor area of approximately 2,368 square feet.

A three bed semi detached home at 30, Arduain, Greenville Lane, Enniscorthy is the most expensive residential property being offered in Wexford. The home which is vacant has a floor area of 947 square feet and is a two storey house with a garden to the rear. It has a reserve range of between €80,000 and €90,000.

In New Ross 6 John Street comes to auction with a reserve of between €38,000 and €42,000. The vacant mid terrace retail building is arranged over ground and two upper floors with a total floor area of 1,378 square feet. Internally the property comprises a retail accommodation at ground floor level and office accommodation over the upper floors.

The final property and the cheapest on offer is located at Ballybreen, Kiltealy. It is an uncompleted four bed detached house, It has a reserve range of between €35,000 and €45,000.

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