17 Tipperary properties to go under the hammer with combined value of €1.6m

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17 Tipperary properties to go under the hammer with combined value of €1.6m

A total of 17 properties in Tipperary and surrounding areas are to go under the hammer in the next Allsop Auction, which will be online on September 13.

The properties, which range from private to commercial / retail, with some not in good repair, are estimated to fetch a total somewhere between €1.54m and €1.695m.

The highest valued property is known as My Dress on William Street, Carrick-on-Suir, which has a guide of between €180,000 and €200,000. It is described as a mixed use / investment property.

Another investment proerty likely to attract interest is a pub premsies occupied by Fahys at Ladyswell, Cashel. This comes with an estimated price of between €170,000 and €190,000.

The former Bergerac building on Main Street, Roscrea, is guiding €130,000 to €140,000 while The Beauty Salon on Kickham Street in Thurles is on offer for between €80,000 and €90,000.

A retail building at 19-20 Irishtown, Clonmel, comes with a price tag of between €85,000 and €95,000.

There are a number of properties in Tipperary Town down for auction, including 12 Church Street, a three-storey mixed use premises on offer for between €110,000 and €120,000, while 4 Main Street, described as mixed use, is guiding €65,000-€75,000. A two-storey mixed use / investment property at 13 Church Street is seeking between €42,000 and €48,000.

Other properties in Carrick-on-Suir include The Quay, Carrick Beg, a mixed use / warehouse / apartment at €35,000; 5 Hotel Lane, a two-bed mid-terrace for between €25,000 and €35,000 and 30 St Johns' Terrace, a three-bed mid-terrace for €40,000. The most expensive home around the Thurles area is Killinardish House in Drangan, described as a seven-bed period home, which is listed between €120,00 and €130,00.

Tthe two most expensive homes are across the Kilkenny border in Togher Crescent, Urlingford, with No 21, a four-bed detached home being quoted €155,000-€165,000, and No 26, another four-bed detached home at between €145,000 and €155,000. The lowest priced property is the old AIB building in Cloghjordan, which is guiding between €8,000 and €12,000.

Across the River Shannon at Killaloe, Royal Parade House, Royal Parade, a mixed use propert,y is on offer for between €125,000 and €145,000. Also in the auction is a parcel of 4.9 hectares at Newport, which as an estimated price of between €35,000 and €45,000.