This week Hughes & Company are confirming that they have available to rent a large Garage premises at Lanesboro Road, Roscommon – formerly the old Connaught Motors Garage.
The building can be divided into two separate units if required. The premises is located convenient to Lidl and Aldi and the new Top Filling Station.
The building would be suitable for garage, stores or many other businesses. There is also a car wash facility located on the site which is available to rent and an enclosed compound which is ideal for car or machinery sales area.
Also this week the company have an attractive three-bedroom bungalow located at Kilmore, Athleague on a circa half-acre site. The residence is in need of total modernisation. It is located only two miles from the village of Athleague with excellent winter views of the surrounding Turlough.
Legal handling the sale is Ms. Sinead Neilan Solicitor, Patrick J Neilan & Sons Solicitors, Golf Links Road, Roscommon.
Hughes and Company are also confirming that they have in recent days concluded the sale of a circa 43-acre farm located convenient to Curraghboy village.
The lands have been for sale for the last number of months and Pat is now confirming that they have agreed a sale on the property. All of these lands are of top quality and located a short distance from the village of Curraghboy.
They are also confirming sales of circa 15 acres at Derrane, Roscommon and a five-bedroomed bungalow at Lissavruggy, Ballygar, Co. Galway.
Hughes and Company have also agreed a sale on three-bedroomed dormer bungalow at Ardanagh, Roscommon, a two-storey five-bedroom residence at Celtic Avenue, Roscommon, a three-bedroomed bungalow at Kilteevan, Roscommon and a circa 15-acre residential farm at The Glebe, Caltragh, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway.
They have also agreed sale for a four-bedroomed bungalow at Doughill, Curraghroe, Roscommon, and a two-bedroomed two-storey residence at Donamon, Roscommon.
Due to their recent successes Hughes & Company are now urging people who are thinking of selling their properties to contact them immediately as they have a number of disappointed under-bidders looking to purchase both land and residences.
There is in general a shortage of residential properties for sale in Roscommon town at present and the demand is greater than the supply. Pat is urging people thinking of selling to contact them.