A filling station and shop in Gowna, a guesthouse on the shores of Lough Sheelin and a two-bed country cottage in Loughduff are among the Cavan properties set to go under the hammer in the next Leinster Property Auction next month.
The premises known as O'Reilly's filling station in Gowna is inviting bids of over €270,000. This property comes to the market in partnership with John Columb & Co.
It is described by the vendors as:'"A well-established service station in an ideal location and currently leased with all rental income details available from The Leinster Property Auction. The property consists of the shop, two x 2 bed apartments, a forecourt and a car wash. The shop is fully fitted out with deli area, ice cream machine and top-quality shelving and equipment. This property is situated bang in the centre of lakelands with anglers from all over Europe who make Lough Gowna the favourite course fishing location each year. There is a large catchment area from where the station draws its business.'
Lough Sheelin Guesthouse, Mountnugent
Also on the books is a five-bed dormer bungalow on the shores of Lough Sheelin in Mountnugent. It's offered at bids over €199,000 in partnership with Martin Shortt Auctioneers. The property is described as being in "show house condition" throughout.
Built on a large elevated site, the guest house is situated in Mountnugent and benefits from a large well maintained garden. It also features a large kitchen area, as well as a large living room, which benefits from an abundant of natural light. The property is currently used as a popular Guesthouse/B&B but is also suitable as a large family home.
In partnership with Padraig Smith Auctioneers, this property is seeking bids of over €70,000. The two-bed cottage is in reasonable condition on a large 0.84 acre site in a quiet countryside setting. The cottage is located close to Loughduff Church and within 10km of Ballinagh, Gowna and Granard towns. The property was extended in recent years to include a new bedroom, bathroom and walk-in wardrobe.
The Leinster Property Auction team is now taking entries for their next public auction, which will be held on the July 18 in the Clayton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin. The auction group have, so far this year, held two extremely successful auctions, in March and May, with an average 90% success rate, and are predicting more of the same in July.
The team invities property owners who are looking to sell their property without any upfront costs to contact the auction team. Before any property comes to the market, the auction team will agree a minimum reserve figure - giving the property owner total control over their minimum walkaway figure. Bidding can also continue past the reserve price until the highest bidder has secured the property.
Patrick Foland, director, the Leinster Property Auction commented: “We currently work with over 60 established auctioneers across Leinster, this provides for both a strong local effort along with the wider reach of the auction company. Through working with our partner agents and the extensive marketing campaign we undertake locally, nationally and internationally, we are agreeing successful sales for the vast majority of properties on offer.”
As part of the July 18 event, the company will hold a national holiday home auction. This annual auction will offer holiday homes from across Ireland. With a huge marketing campaign booked in nationally and internationally, this is an excellent opportunity for vendors thinking of selling their coastal or holiday home. For more information on purchasing or selling a holiday home in Ireland contact the auction team on 01-6875040 to arrange viewings or indeed a free auction appraisal.
Visit www.leinsterpropertyauction.ie or www.holidayhomepropertyauction.ie