Nine Wexford lots in the latest Allsop auction
NINE property lots across County Wexford will go under the hammer at the next Allsop auction this week.
The two-day auction which see 331 properties in total, with a value of €72 million, up for grabs in separate residential and commercial auctions.
The Wexford lots include a complete development of four townhouses, three three bedroom and one two bedroom, at Belfield Court, Belfield Springs, Enniscorthy. This has a reserve of between €300,000 and €350,000.
There is also a three bedroomed semi detached house at Riverchapel Mews in Courtown which has a reserve of below €70,000 and a detached four bedroom house at Roney Beach, Ardamine, with a reserve of less than €195,000.
In Wexford town a three storey mid terrace property internally arranged to provide four one-bedroom apartments, one two-bedroom apartment, and three bedsits on Lower George's Street has a reserve of less than €170,000.
Four apartments in a mid terrace building on North Main Street in New Ross have a reserve of less than €120,000.
The cheapest property up for grabs from Wexford is a detached two-bed house at Courtnacuddy, Enniscorthy which has a reserve of less than €25,000.
Carlford Nursing Home in Clonroche, an eleven-room nursing home with capacity for 20 people, was due to go under the hammer with a reserve of less than €100,000, but has been withdrawn from sale, with viewings cancelled.
15 Quay Street in New Ross, a mixed use retail investment building with the ground floor leased to Paddy Power until 2026, is also on offer with a reserve of between €425,000 and €475,000.
29 Slaney Street, Enniscorthy is a mid terrace retail building which has a reserve of between €70,000 and €80,000.
The final Wexford property is the former Econ Fuels Service Station at Carrigduff, Bunclody which has a reserve of between €165,000 and €185,000.
The residential auction takes place today (Tuesday, April 21), commencing at 9am while the commercial auction begins at 9 a.m. on Thursday, April 23. Both auctions take place at the RDS, Merrion Road, Dublin.
Allsop say they stand by their pledge not to handle the sale of repossessed family homes, or any properties subject to a legal dispute.