Former Garda stations snapped up at O’Donnellan & Joyce’s sale

Live-streamed auction saw 30 out of 40 lots sold outright, with several properties selling for multiples of their guide price

1st August, 2021
The former Garda stations at Ballyglass in Claremorris

Although physical property viewings have now returned with the most recent easing of restrictions, for those living and working abroad, the virtual viewing and live stream auction option provides a highly successful alternative viewing platform.

Falling on Friday, July 23, the final full day of Ireland’s recent heatwave, O’Donnellan & Joyce’s July property auction enjoyed sizzling success. It sold more than 30 of its catalogued 40 lots during the live-streamed event, with additional sales negotiated...

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