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Substantial property in Ballintubber area

 

New to the market, REA Seamus Carthy are delighted to present the highly important sale of ‘Tara Lawn’, a substantial four-bedroomed detached dormer bungalow with four garages/outbuildings and set on 6.5 acres of land.

  With the award-winning village of Ballintubber on your doorstep, this is a select property to come on the market and is an ideal family home for which the auctioneer invites viewings and all offers to sell.

  Please contact Seamus at REA Seamus Carthy on 090-6630001 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Exceptional property in Four Roads

 

Ivan Connaughton Auctioneers & Valuers in Athleague are this week offering new to the market a four-bedroomed residence located adjacent to Four Roads village. This exceptional property is completed to builder’s finish.

  Accommodation includes reception hallway, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility room, conservatory/sun room, four bedrooms (master ensuite) and main bathroom.

  The location of this property is excellent being under ten minutes drive from  Roscommon Town and all its amenities.

  Contact the office to organise a viewing today (tel. 090-6663700) or visit our website www.connaughtonautioneers.ie to view all properties on our books.

 

Luxury dormer at Bealnamullia

 

John Earley, FIPAV of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon is this week offering new to the market a highly attractive four-bedroomed dormer-style residence of c. 2,942 sq. ft. located at 1, Burnbrook, Bealnamullia, Athlone, Co. Roscommon. Price guide: €350,000 ono to sell.

  John describes the property as “a highly impressive cut-stone facade luxury dormer-style residence of c. 2,942 sq. ft. situated in a private enclosure of only three houses beside Athlone town.  The property is presented for sale in pristine condition throughout with beautifully mature elevated gardens, offering a sunny aspect and spacious living accommodation throughout.”

  A property that must be viewed to be fully appreciated and the joint agents now invite immediate viewings and offers to sell.” Joint Selling Agent: Joe Naughton, Auctioneer, Golden Island, Athlone. 090-6449090.

  For further details, please contact John Earley, FIPAV of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon on 090-6626579, logonto www.propertypartners.ie or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

 

Dormer residence in Strokestown

 

REA Seamus Carthy present this well appointed property to the market. This quality four-bedroomed dormer residence is finished to a very high standard by its present owners with many extra features and boasting spacious living accommodation throughout. The property stands on a large mature site area of c. 0.42 hectare (1.03 acres) and is situated approximately 4km from Strokestown.

  REA Seamus Carthy now invite viewings and offers through our office and can be contacted at 090-6630001 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

Residence at Kiltrustran well worth viewing

 

Pat Hughes of Hughes & Company is offering for sale a three-bedroomed detached residence on circa one acre of land at Kiltrustan, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon. Accommodation consists of three bedrooms, bathroom and a kitchen.

  The residence is in need of some modernisation but is well located and has development potential, subject to planning permission being granted.

  The residence is located a short distance from Kiltrustan Church on an elevated site and convenient to a number of lakes. This would make an ideal family home or holiday cottage.   

  For further details call 090-6627003 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Commercial building with apartment

 

At Henry Street, Roscommon, Pat Hughes & Company have for sale a large commercial building with a modern two-bedroomed apartment on the first floor.

  Pat is encouraging interested parties to have a look at this fine property, which is located in a prominent location close to all amenities and suitable for various types of enterprise. The building is in excellent condition and well located. Viewing is highly recommended. 

  For further details call 090-6627003 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

Block of apartments near Roscommon town

 

Pat Hughes & Co. Auctioneers & Valuers are confirming that the company have a block of four one-bedroomed apartments for sale at the Racecourse Road, Roscommon.

  The apartment block stands on a large site with plenty of parking. The property is in prominent location convenient to Roscommon Town.

  For further details call 090-6627003 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

Final offers by Wednesday for local farms

 

Pat Hughes & Co. Auctioneers & Valuers are announcing that final offers are now been accepted on a circa 66-acre residential farm at Glenballythomas, Tulsk, Co. Roscommon by 5 pm on Wednesday, 3rd of May.

  Most of the lands are of top quality with the benefit of a range of out-offices including a 5-bay slatted shed, silage base, hay shed and various other stores. The residence is a three-bedroomed farmhouse. The property has excellent road frontage. The lands can be sold in one or more lots to suit. The property can be sold with the benefit of entitlements if required.

  Meanwhile, final offers are to be made by 5 pm on Wednesday, 3rd of May for the residential farm of circa 56 acres at Carrowkeel, Dysart. The residence is a three-bedroomed farmhouse in need of modernisation. 

  For further details call 090-6627003 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

Another successful multi-lot public auction by Earley’s

 

Property Partners Earley, Roscommon are delighted to report another successful multi lot public auction which comprised of agricultural lands and an investment property in the Roscommon area.

  The auction was held in ‘The Central Bar’, Roscommon town and was well attended as reported by John Earley, who conducted the auction.

  The first property comprised of 15.7 acres of lands set out in two main lots located at Rathmore, Fourmilehouse, Co. Roscommon on which stood a three-bedroomed bungalow residence in need of renovation. The property was sold in lots for the combined figure of €140,000. Solicitors with carriage of sale are Messers PA Connellan & Co., Strokestown, Co. Roscommon.

  The second property, located at Cloonastiallas, Strokestown, comprised of c. 25.06 acres in total, set out in one lot, and was eventually knocked down for the figure of €105,000. Solicitors with carriage of sale were Messers Padraig Kelly & Co., Strokestown, Co. Roscommon.

  The third property located at 5 Ard Ri, Galway Road, Roscommon, was withdrawn at €110,000 and negotiations are ongoing by private treaty at present. The agents are hopeful of concluding same as soon as possible. Solicitors with carriage of sale were Messers Mahon Sweeney & Co., Roscommon.

  John Earley reported very strong interest and viewings in all lots pre-auction and now has a list of underbidders and enquiries for similar properties.

  To obtain a free appraisal of your property contact John Earley, FIPAV or David Diffley, MIPAV, TRV of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon on 090-66 26579, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or log onto www.propertypartners.ie.

Opinion: ‘Two-tier approach required’

 

Property Partners, the nationwide property group, has called for the Government to introduce incentives for the provision of new homes in areas with the lowest values.

  The first quarter of 2017 has already seen property prices increase nationally by in excess of 4%. It is widely accepted that the only way that this can be controlled is by increasing supply.  Pent-up demand is evident in the most popular areas. Property Partners believes however, that the gap in property values between the urban areas and the regions will only continue to widen. According to CSO figures just released only 8,800 new housing units were constructed nationally between 2011 and 2016. The cost of a new three-bedroomed home in Dublin currently ranges from €300,000-€450,000, while outside the Capital prices range from €140,000-€300,000 with little or no availability in many areas.

  Similar to the recently introduced Rent Controlled Zones, the Government need to assess areas on an individual basis and identify locations where supply is unlikely to occur in the short to medium term.

  The fact remains that despite an overall 10.7% increase nationally in the last 12 months, values in many areas still remain well below the cost of construction. In many areas, the figures are coming off a very low base and until such time as the Government creates incentives to make it financially viable to build, development sites will remain untouched.

  It was recently announced that ghost estates are ‘a thing of the past but not forgotten’ with numbers dropping by 80%. This figure may be correct, however it is vital to look at where the remaining 20% are located. The areas where ghost estates have been completely eliminated are in the cities and commuter belts, where prices and demand are at their highest.

   According to John Earley, FIPAV of Property Partners Earley (local agent), “an acute shortage of new homes still exists in many counties and this will continue to be the case for the foreseeable future. Simply waiting for values to return to a point where a profit can be made is an extremely negative approach and will deny many people the opportunity to remain in their locality.”

  The cost of constructing a 3-bed s/d residence outside the Capital costs of €200,000-€250,000. The average value of a 3- bed s/d currently stands below €200,000 in 20 out of 26 counties in the country. This is despite the recent increases in value. In some areas, it will take up to five years before construction will become viable again. The Government however, have confirmed that they want young people to consider remaining in their own locality.

  According to John Earley of Property Partners Earley (local agent), based in Roscommon town, Co. Roscommon, there currently is little or no incentive for developers to provide new housing in Roscommon. The average value of a 3-bed semi-detached property stands at €80,000 in the county and €130,000 in Roscommon town.

  According to John Earley, values would need to increase by a minimum of 40% before the figures stack up commercially throughout the county.

  “Surely everyone should have the opportunity to purchase a new home in their own locality. This is a fundamental right for all.”

  Property Partners is an independently owned nationwide group of auctioneers and estate agents. Established in 2000, the group has 30 offices across Ireland. Many of its principals are long established in their locality and have experienced the peaks and troughs of the Irish property cycle.

 

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