Unfinished Housing Site Sells For Over €800,000

The unfinished housing development of Coill Rua in Mullingar, Co Westmeath, has sold at auction for more than €200,000 over its guide price.

The sale included the site, which has 12 units at various stages of completion, and an adjoining area.

Planning permission was granted for the site in 2006, allowing for 89 houses.

The exact closing price has not been released but it is understood that the auction finished at over €800,000.


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