Longford properties to go under the hammer

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Leinster Property Auction

The house at Cartrongarrow, Ardagh, Longford, which is being offered at bids over €99,000 in partnership with O'Neill McHugh Auctioneers as part of an upcoming auction

The Leinster Property Auction will hold their second public auction event of the year on Thursday, May 16, at 7pm in The Clayton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin.

The company are also taking entries for their 2019 summer auction, which takes place on July 18, along with their sales via online auctions.

The Leinster Property Auction team say with demand for property currently very strong, now is an excellent time to sell and find buyers for all types of properties.

They are encouraging owners considering selling their property and indeed buyers to contact them to discuss. The company offers properties across the province and remain the only auction provider in Ireland who do not charge any upfront costs to enter a property into their auction.

The upcoming auction will offer a great selection of properties, with two of the lots located in Longford.

The first of which is located at 42 Battery Court, Abbeycartron, Longford and it is being offered at bids over €90,000 in partnership with Padraic Davis Auctioneering. The property is a three-bed mid-terraced house, situated in a family friendly estate a couple of minutes walk from Longford town centre.

The property is in need of some internal renovations, though it has the potential to be transformed into a beautiful family home.

The second Longford based property to go under the hammer is located at Cartrongarrow, Ardagh, Longford. Offered at bids over €99,000 in partnership with O'Neill McHugh Auctioneer, this 2 bed bungalow is built on a c. 0.5 acre site. The property is in good condition and benefits from an easily maintained lawn.

Registration for the public auction on May 16, takes place from 6:30. Contact The Leinster Property Auction on 01 687 5040 to arrange for a free property valuation or for further information.