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.
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.
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.
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.