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Six properties across Wexford to go under the hammer










Six across Wexford will go under the hammer over a online two day BidX1 auction.

The BidX1 residential auction takes place on November 9 while the commercial and land auction takes place on November 10.

In total over 300 properties will be auctioned off over the course of the week.

The most expensive guide price for a Wexford property being offered at auction is seen in Wexford town where 94 South Main Street, the former home of Colman Doyle Interiors is being offered for €350,000.

The prominent mixed use building comprises retail and office accommodation with a total floor space of 4,973 sq feet.

The property which has a town centre location is currently vacant and the surrounding businesses include Subway and BoyleSports.

It is described as being arranged over ground and two upper floors to provide a prominent corner mixed use building. Internally the property comprises retail accommodation at ground and first floors together with office accommodation at second floor level.

Four plots, plot A, B, C and 4 at Ballynahowen, Wells, Gorey has a reserve range of between €115,000 and €125,000. This irregular shaped site is approximately 4.7 acres and comes with three unfinished homes on it which require completion.

The site is offered as one lot with vacant possession.

A house extending to 861 sq ft at Neamstown, Kilmore Quay has a reserve range of between €80,00 and €90,000. The four bed house is in vacant possession and is a single storey home beneath a pitched roof. .

There are gardens to the front and rear of the house.

The fourth property is a home at Rookery Lane, Ballycullane which has a reserve range of between €70,000 and €80,000.

The detached semi-completed four bed home has a total area of 2,045 sq feet and is currently vacant. It is a two storey home which requires completion with gardens front and rear with off street parking.

A 2.4 acre parcel of land at Ballygarrett, Craanford, Gorey has a guide price of €35,000. There is a partially built house on the land.

The final property on offer in Wexford is a detached home at Corcannon, Inch, Gorey, with a reserve not to exceed €15,000.

The detached house is fire damaged and is on a plot of land measuring 1.1 acre. The house itself has a total area of 2,691sq ft and there is off street parking.

Jonathan Fenn, Director at BidX1, said: 'The size and variation of our catalogues is what makes them unique in the Irish property market. Rare opportunities to acquire incredible character properties are regular features and the November catalogue is no different. We expect another strong performance from apartments nationwide as investors seek to purchase assets. 'Our commercial and land auction will feature more than 100 properties including a development site in Rathfarnham guiding €2.75m and the former Our Lady's Hospital site in Ennis guiding €800,000.'

BidX1 is Ireland's largest auction company, providing buyers and sellers with a powerful, worldwide, online bidding platform.

Formerly known as Allsop Ireland, the business was established in 2011 as a joint venture between Allsop LLP and Space Property Group and quickly established itself as Ireland's largest auction company, bringing previously unseen levels of transparency, speed and worldwide exposure to the Irish property market.

Wexford People