Lot 14 is a four bedroomed house on at €100,000. The Daft rental pages suggest they rent for roughly €650pcm. The front garden is just a touch bigger than the minimum, but I’d test it to make sure it actually holds two cars before buying the house. It looks tight to my eye. The house is vacant, which isn’t good for a house, wonder how long it’s been vacant. The photos of the rental provide a good indication of what’s inside. The kitchen actually looks like a better than normal finish, and the hob is gas, which is always a plus. The rooms seem like decent sizes, the hall is spacious. It’s a little too open plan for my taste, but my taste isn’t everyones. The floor plan looks like a reasonable house. Good sized, usable rooms, with a decent amount of light. What size is the back garden? I notice there are no photos.
The other two lots are semi-detached 3 bed houses, on for €50,000 and given that they’re for rent for €600pcm, seem like a slightly better deal . . . The house size is given as 1793sqft in the rental ad, which is big for a three bed house. Tbh, I’d measure that because it doesn’t look that big from the front. The finish inside is much the same as the four bed, though obviously on a smaller scale.
Are the houses in the Allsops auction houses that were finished out or houses that got caught without a second fix as the bubble burst? Only way to find out is to visit . . . or to have one of my readers tell me.