Farrell Auctioneers’ listing in Englishtown, Kiltormer, Galway, is a “must view” for those in the market for a spacious family home from which you could operate your own business.
That is according to Colm Farrell, who believes the above property might also be of interest to equine enthusiasts, as it offers “huge” potential for either.
He has described this as a “marvellous” C2 BER-rated five-bedroom residence, extending to 2406 sq. ft. He said the present owners have designed and developed the property to a “high” standard.
Family home in Galway
Commenting on its feature, Farrell said: “It is laid out with family living in mind with emphasis on the spacious living areas, an abundance of light and sun orientation and tastefully finished throughout.”
“The gardens are fully landscaped. There is a selection of mature trees, shrubs, and flower beds with a raised decking area for a BBQ in the evenings.”
“Also, there are large storage sheds to this property’s rear with a separate entrance. There is a commercial unit suitable for an array of uses.”
Accommodation includes a reception hallway, an internal hallway, a kitchen/dining/living area, a sitting room, five bedrooms, a walk-in hot-press, an office/study, a storage area and ensuites.
Services include a septic tank, a mains water connection and broadband.
Concluding, Farrell said the property is “excellently situated”, being of equal distance to Loughrea, Portumna and Ballinasloe.
The selling agent is seeking €395,000 for this property.
Photos of family home in Galway
58ac stud farm for sale
Meanwhile, €1.35m is the guide price Jordan Auctioneers has placed on a stud farm for sale in Co Kildare.
Bert House Stud, Bert Demesne, Athy, Co. Kildare extends to 58-acres or 23.47 Ha.
The selling agent suggested that the property is suitable as a stud farm. The property firm said it is ideal for a sport horse enthusiast, sales prep, and racing yard.
According to the property firm, the land is “all top-quality with no waste”. The land is all in permanent pasture with piped water to all well-fenced paddocks.
Furthermore, the farm has extensive frontage on the River Barrow.