Eight Wexford properties to go under the hammer
Eight Wexford properties will go under the hammer at Thursday's Allsop auction.
The auction which takes place in the RDS will feature over 200 residential and investment properties with a total value reserve of over €24m. The catalogue offers a broad range of houses and apartments located nationwide, along with a selection of over 70 commercial properties.
In Wexford a four bed detached house at 2 Miillford, Craaford has a reserve not to exceed €180,000, the most expensive Wexford lot being offered at the auction. The property is currently tenanted with a rent of €5,400 per year. There are gardens to the front and rear and off street parking.
A three bed semi detached house at 89 Hazelwood, Gorey is currently vacant and has a garden to the rear as well as off street parking. It has a reserve of not more than 140,000. Similarly 77 Hazelwood, Gorey, another three bedroom house with a garden to the front and rear has the same reserve. It is also currently vacant.
13 Ashfield Drive, Clonard is an end of terrace house with a garden to the rear. There is off street parking and the house is vacant. It has a reserve of not more than €85,000. 15 Glenrichards Cove, Ardamine, Gorey is a mid-terrace three bedroom house which is also in vacant possession. There is a garden to the rear and off street parking. The reserve is not to exceed €75,000.
2 Dair Ard, Boreen Hill, Enniscorthy is a ground floor two bedroom apartment with off street parking. Currently subject to a tenancy with an gross rent of €5,200 per year the reserve is not to exceed €45,000.
A first floor one bedroom apartment at 17A, The Moorings, New Ross is also in vacant possession. It has a reserve of not more than €30,000.
The final property, Apartment 10, Waterside, Rosbercon, New Ross is the cheapest Wexford property on offer at the auction with a reserve of not more than €20,000. It is in vacant possession according to the auction catalogue and is seen as an investment property.
Commenting at the launch of the April auction catalogue, Jonathan Fenn, Allsop's Divisional Director, said: 'Following on from three successful auctions in the first quarter of the year, we have assembled 213 lots for the first of three auctions to take place in quarter two. The catalogue provides primarily residential assets but with a significant commercial offering of over 70 lots. A number of multi-family lots will undoubtedly draw interest from investors, given the asset management and development opportunities. This will bring much needed accommodation to families under pressure to secure a home. A number of holiday homes also feature, which will appeal to those who wish to spend their summers in the sunnier parts of the country. Ready-made investment opportunities are also available with income producing Pre 63 properties available in South Dublin.'