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06 Oct 2022

Two Longford houses up for public auction

Property

The 3-bed mid-terraced house at 42 Battery Court, Abberycartron, Longford, which is due to go under the hammer in the Clayton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin, May 16

The Leinster Property Auction are now taking entries for their upcoming public auction event, which takes place on May 16, in the Clayton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin.

The company are the only auction company in Ireland who do not charge any upfront costs to enter a property into their auction. The auction specialists also offer a free property valuation to guide clients on a realistic target price.

The Leinster Property Auction work with over 60 local auctioneers across Leinster and further afield, offering the unique service combining local knowledge with the broader reach of a national auction house.

Mr Folan went on to say: “We have a large database of buyers ready to purchase and a large market campaign taking place in the lead up to the May 16 auction. We are encouraging anyone thinking of selling to get in contact with us to arrange a free valuation today.”

The Leinster Property Auction already have a number of fine properties offered for sale including a 3-bed mid-terraced house at 42 Battery Court, Abberycartron, Longford.

Ideally situated in a family-friendly estate and within a few minutes walk of Longford town centre, the property has huge potential to be transformed into a beautiful family home. Offered at bids over €90,000 in partnership with Padraic Davis Auctioneering.

Another property offered for sale is a 2 bed bungalow at Cartrongarrow, Ardagh, Longford. Offered at bids over €99,000 in partnership with O’Neill McHugh Auctioneer, the bungalow is situated on a 0.5-acre site and is in good condition throughout, with an easily maintained lawn surrounding the house. The property is ideally located close to the scenic village of Ardagh.
Contact the team on 01 687 5040 to arrange for a free property valuation.

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