It was a case of good, old fashioned, Castleisland business etiquette as aspiring home owners or their representatives sat outside the door with the brass number 8 at Cahereen Heights for last night’s vigil. There was an appropriateness to it all as a lot of eight houses were being put on the market this morning.
Stuart Auctioneers had some Den Joe’s Apache Pizza delivered to keep body and soul of their potential clients together as the night wore on.
“We had great Craic all night’” said one of the vigil keepers this morning as the auctioneers arrived at 9am to open the sale on the agreed first come basis.
By 10am seven of the eight houses were secured by those for whom patience was the winning virtue.
A spokesperson for Stuart Auctioneers said that the event this morning mirrored exactly how a similar sale went last March.
“We’re delighted that those who waited were rewarded this morning and we’re here to help smooth this life-changing transition in people’s lives. And of course we want to see the houses sold and to see this estate realising the potential we knew it had all along,” the spokesperson added.
New residents can expect to be welcomed into a vibrant, mini community where all of the town’s amenities are within either walking distance or easy reach.
An estate party welcomed the completion of a raft of refurbishments on May 16th last and, with arch organiser, Charlie Farrelly as an ensconced resident, the new arrivals can expect to see more of the same as the development blossoms.