Several Roscommon properties will be among a major online auction of Irish properties that will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, September 29th and 30th.
The Irish digital property investment platform, BidX1, will auction more than 330 properties which could see more than €60 million worth of sales taking place across the two days.
On Wednesday three Roscommon properties go for auction.
First up is a detached four-bedroomed house centrally located in Tarmonbarry village. Number 34 Barry’s Court, Tarmonbarry has a guide price of €125,000.
It benefits from a westerly facing garden to the rear and off-street parking to the front. The property is arranged over ground and first floor levels beneath a pitched roof and extends to approximately 135 sq. m (1,450 sq. ft).
The property is subject to a tenancy at a current rent of €9,000 per annum.
Next up is a four bedroomed home at Aghagower, Castlecoote on the market for €70,000.
The property has a large garden to the front and to the rear. It is arranged over ground and first floor levels beneath a pitched roof. It extends to approximately 223 sq. m (2,400 sq. ft) and on a site area extending to approximately 0. 26 ha (0.64 acres).
Also coming under the hammer will be Apartment 3, Marion Court, Ballaghaderreen, guiding for €45,000. The property, a first floor two bedroomed apartment, is comprised within a building arranged over ground and two upper floors. It extends to approximately 71 sq. m (764 sq. ft).
The final property to come under the hammer in County Roscommon will be Number 12 Friar’s Hill Close, Ballaghaderreen. This property, guiding for €80,000, provides a detached four bedroomed dormer style house with a west-facing garden to the rear. The property is arranged over ground and first floor levels beneath a pitched roof with off-street parking. The property extends to approximately 125 sq. m (1,345 sq. ft).
Jonathan Fenn, Head of Property at BidX1, commented: “The proportion of vacant residential property, particularly family homes, will be a welcome boost to a supply-starved market. We offer a number of different sale methods, but our digital auctions remain one of the most popular. It’s a very efficient and transparent method of selling, with huge momentum building up to the day itself.
“You don’t need to be taking part to watch all the action; everything will be shown live on our website, including real-time bidding.”
Sixty-four per cent of the residential properties being offered by BidX1 are houses. In total, more than 280 across the country will be offered at the auction, and more than 130 of those are currently vacant.
The full catalogue for this week’s Irish auction can be viewed: Wednesday 29th , Residential: https://bidx1.com/en/en-ie/auction/properties/1928 ; Thursday 30th, Residential & Commercial: https://bidx1.com/en/en-ie/auction/properties/1999