Tuesday, September 15, 2020

THREE residential houses, two apartments, a substantial commercial unit, a residential site and a beachside mixed unit investment in Waterford will all be up for grabs at the next Bid X1 auctions.

No. 4 Francis Villas

Going under the gavel on September 30 will be an apartment at The Old Infirmary, a semi-detached house in Grange Heights, a terraced house at Henry Street, an apartment in Dungarvan and an end of terrace house in Cheekpoint.

No. 4 Francis Villas, Grange Heights is going up for auction with a guide price of €90,000. The semi-detached three-bedroom house, located in a mature residential development, has great refurbishment potential, the listing states.

12 Henry Street

With a guide price of €65,000, the ground floor, one bed apartment at The Old Infirmary is subject to a tenancy with current rent of €6,000 per year. Also going under the hammer for same price tag is the mid terrace three-bedroom house at Henry Street.

1 High Street, Cheekpoint

Meanwhile, the end of terrace two bedroom house in Cheekpoint and apartment at Botharin Na Muillinn, The Burgary, Dungarvan are both bargains with guide prices of €40,000 and €70,000 respectively.

Up for sale the following day on October 1 will be a lot of substantial retail warehouse units at the Six Cross Road Business Park. Coming in around 3,011sqm, this property, which is currently rented, has a guide price of €490,000.

Next up is a residential development site at Rockshire Road, Ferrybank. Extending to approximately 4.56 hectares, it is going up for €200,000. According to the listing, planning permission has lapsed for 99 houses and créche.

Last but not least is a multi-unit investment at Russell Court, Ardmore. The lot comprising of a five bedroom and another four bedroom terraced house, together with a parcel of land near the beach, is on sale for €335,000. Registration for bidding opens on Wednesday.

 

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