Four Waterford houses sold for a total of €484,000 during online auction

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Four Waterford houses sold for a total of €484,000 during online auction

Four Waterford houses sold for a total of €484,000 during online auction

Four Waterford houses have been sold during the latest online auction held by BidX1. 

A total of six Waterford homes went under the virtual hammer on Wednesday, with four changing hands for a total of €484,000. 

The most expensive purchase made was for a semi-detached three-bedroom house extending to 1,209 sq. ft at Thornbury, Newtown, Co. Waterford.

This charming house attracted 32 bids and was eventually sold for €144,000, a full €32,000 above the reserve price. 

The second home to go was a semi-detached three-bedroom house at Templars Hall, Waterford City. It sold for €111,000 after attracting 25 bids and starting with a reserve price of €80,000.

The third property was a first-floor two-bedroom apartment at Apollonian Suites, Gallweys Hill in Tramore. It sold for €85,000 having opened with a reserve of €75,000. 

The final property to sell in Waterford was also a two-bedroom first-floor apartment, this time located at Strawberry Hill, Ballytruckle. It sold for €84,000 after attracting just one bid on the reserve price.