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Eleven lots in Limerick for sale in next Allsop auction

The property website Daft.ie shows that the average house price in county Limerick is now �140,000, 51% below peak levels, and one of the cheapest places to buy in Munster

The property website Daft.ie shows that the average house price in county Limerick is now �140,000, 51% below peak levels, and one of the cheapest places to buy in Munster

  • by Anne Sheridan
 

A four-bedroom semi-detached house in Mayorstone has been put up for auction for a reserve of €115,000.

The next Allsop Space auction in Dublin will feature 191 lots of houses, apartment, and investment offices from around the country on February 25, including 11 Limerick lots.

Among the “investment opportunities” in Limerick include Lissadell House, 8 Catherine Place, which has a reserve of €140,000.

The mid-terrace Georgian building is internally arranged to provide eight residential units and two office units

Among the other lots are a three-bedroom property - 9 Wolfe Tone Street - a mid-terrace house, which has a reserve of €50,000, and includes a one-bedroom apartment. The property has a current rent of €9,900.

An “investment” office at Mount Kennett Place, at the corner of Henry Street, has a reserve of €180,000. Two offices will be offered together in one lot, and between them they have a combined annual rental income of €47,028.

A warehouse unit in the Eastway Business Park on the Ballysimon Road has a reserve of €40,000.

An office, covering 6,383 sq. ft, on the third floor of Mahon House on William Street has a reserve of €65,000.

Two adjoining derelict mixed use buildings on Parnell Street, totalling 3531 sq. ft, have been put up for auction for a third time, for a reserve of €30,000.

A five-bedroom, mid-terrace period house on Hartstonge Street has been put up for auction for €70,000. Covering 1,518 sq. ft, it includes a reception room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, five bedrooms, and the main bathroom.

 

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