nine Limerick properties will go under the hammer in Dublin at the next Allsop auction next week.
In the county, the properties include a mixture of residential and commercial in Pallaskenry, Newcastle West, Kildimo, Knocklong, Caherconlish and Abbeyfeale.
A vacant detached four bedroom house in Crega, Caherconlish, has a reserve of €50,000. The two-storey property has gardens to the front and rear, and an energy rating of D2.
In Knocklong another vacant house is for sale for a reserve of €40,000. The detached three bedroom house, extending to approximately 80 sq. m (861 sq. ft), is situated at Sliabh Radharc, East Knocklong.
In Abbeyfeale, apartment 8 Aras na Feile, Mount Mahon, has a reserve of €20,000. The two bedroom apartment is on the first floor.
In Kildimo, a vacant cottage in Ballycasey has a reserve of €75,000. The detached two bedroom house is situated on a site extending to approximately 0.17 hectares (0.42 acres).
In Cappamore, a vacant house, which has been subjected to fire damage, at 11 St. Mary’s Terrace, has a reserve of €15,000. The end of terrace three bedroom house extends to approximately 139 sq. m (1,500 sq. ft).
In Pallaskenry, a parcel of land near the main street, extending to approximately 1.03 hectares (2.55 acres), has a reserve of €50,000. The property is arranged to provide an irregular shaped parcel of land with access from Main Street directly adjacent to Clancys Bar & Lounge. A derelict cottage is situated on the site.
In Newcastle West, just over two acres of vacant land at Killeline have a reserve of €20,000.
Offices at 20/21 Grove Island, Corbally, have a reserve of €130,000 to €150,000. The own door office suite extends to approximately 415 sq. m (4,467 sq. ft) and is part of a purpose built modern development, with the potential for subdivision or single occupation.
The Allsop commercial property auction on Thursday, July 9 features over 80 lots at a combined reserve value of €20 million. The residential auction will be held a day earlier, on Wednesday, July 8 from 9am, featuring some 226 properties, including five in Limerick, and nine in Clare, including Kilkee, Ennis, Doolin and Bunratty.