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Home PROPERTY Oughterard apartment ideal for a first time buyer

Oughterard apartment ideal for a first time buyer

This one bedroom apartment overlooking the Owenriff River in Oughterard would make for an ideal starter home as well as an excellent investment.

O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers are offering buyers the chance to get their hands on this ground floor apartment for sale by live streamed auction at the end of this month.

The 51 square meter apartment is located next to the church at the end of the village, and comes with private parking to the rear of the development along with a storage area. 

Oughterard is situated on the edge of the River Corrib, approximately 17 miles from Galway City Centre, and has a primary school and a co-educational voluntary secondary school, St Paul’s.

The village also has a plethora of amenities and sports clubs, as well as daily busses to Galway city and Clifden, meaning both the bustle of the city and the serenity of Connemara are at the doorstep of this apartment.

To find out more about this property, see: https://property.odonnjoyce.com/residential/brochure/11-river-vista-oughterard-galway/4459079

The Advised Minimum Value of 11 River Vista, Oughterard is just €80,000, meaning it would make a fantastic investment or an ideal first home.

It will go on sale in O’Donnellan & Joyce’s next Nationwide Property Auction taking place on Friday, October 30 from 12pm, and live streaming on their website and social media channels.

This auction features 13 properties across Galway up for grabs so far, along with more homes in Mayo, Sligo, Cavan, Westmeath, Roscommon, Meath, Kildare, Laois, and Dublin. 

Only remote bidding will be allowed in this auction due to Covid-19 restrictions, and people wishing to take part must register to bid on the O’Donnellan & Joyce website.

To see the full range of properties that could be yours, check out the auction catalogue at odonnjoyce.com/auction/properties/3786.

Michael Malone
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