• Auctions

    Ganly Walters raises €2m

    by  • August 4, 2015 • Auctions, Editorial, Land Prices, sales

    Ganly Walters raised more than €2 million at its end-of-season auctions through its GW2 division. At its July auction at Leopardstown, the most interesting property sold was a coastal strip between Rathnew and Ashford which was sandwiched between railway line and the coast and measured between 100 metres and 200 metres at the widest,...

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    Ganly Walters report the sale of seven former Garda Stations and one Garda residence today, total price €902,000.

    by  • July 29, 2015 • Auctions, sales

    The dearest Lot was Ballyragget with an AMV of €50,000 which sold for €141,000. Similarly, Inistioge with an AMV of €75,000 sold for €132,000 followed by Geashill with am AMV of €50,000 which sold for €123,000. Remaining Lots that were SOLD at Auction, July 28thJohnstown AMV €75,000 – sold €115,000Ballinakill AMV €40,000 – sold €92,000Abbeyleix AMV €45,000 – sold €103,000Ballywilliam AMV €45,000 –...

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    Seven former Garda stations to be auctioned off by GW2 this month

    by  • July 13, 2015 • Auctions, Editorial, Residential, sales, Uncategorized

    Ganly Walters will auction off a number of Office of Public Works Properties at the next GW2 auctionby Peter FlanaganThe seven properties are all former Garda stations and in Kilkenny, Laois and Wexford. The seven properties have a combined asking price of €410,000.The former Garda Station New Ross Road, Inistioge, Co Kilkenny will have a guide...

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    Wicklow farm averages €14,800/acre

    by  • June 18, 2015 • Auctions, Editorial, Farms, sales

    A compact 32.4-acre residential farm at Clough, Baltinglass sold in its entirety for €480,000 last week. Around 20 people turned up to last week’s auction of a 32.4-acre residential holding situated in Clough, Baltinglass, Co Wicklow. Located on the N81 (Dublin/Tullow) road, this compact unit came with a three-bedroom bungalow residence and enough farm...

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