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HomeFarming News5-bed residence on over 4ac with calving sheds for €395k
Catherina Cunnane
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5-bed residence on over 4ac with calving sheds for €395k

New to the market and for sale in Co Galway is a 5-bed residence with outbuildings.

Farrell Auctioneers is seeking €395,000 for the property in Cappataggle.

The property benefits from “good quality” agricultural lands. Outbuildings include a slatted unit with a 5-bay back-to-back, a large creep shed and six calving sheds, a 3-bay hayshed with a 2-bay double lean-to, an old stone barn, a small storage shed and horse stables.

According to the property firm’s Colm Farrell, the residence is “excellently” located, just a short distance from Cappataggle village and is set on approximately 4.8-acres.

Accommodation comprises an entrance hall, a living room, a kitchen/ dining room, a utility, a sitting room, a guest WC, five bedrooms (2 en-suite) and a bathroom.

Furthermore, the property has a detached garage on-site and an outdoor office and gym/games room.

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Cappataggle is a village in East Galway situated between Loughrea and Ballinasloe.

According to Farrell, it is within commuting distance to Galway and Athlone.

Photos of Galway residence for sale:
4-bed bungalow with paddocks, road frontage and outbuildings for €450k

Meanwhile, Jordan Auctioneers has just placed a D2 BER-rated detached 4-bedroom bungalow with a range of outbuildings in Co Kildare on the market.

The property, which sits on circa 4.49-acres, is in Ballysax Hills, Cutbush, The Curragh, Co. Kildare.

According to Stephen Talbot, the property has:

  • A double garage;
  • Two stables;
  • A three-span hayshed;
  • A small calf shed;
  • Cattle handling facilities (a crush);
  • Two paddocks;
  • “Excellent” road frontage.

Currently, the land is in two paddocks in permanent pasture with water and natural hedgerows giving “excellent” shelter.

Talbot said the “property offers huge potential to put your own stamp on it”. He suggested the detached bungalow, together with outbuildings, have “huge potential and would suit a number of purposes”.

The property is in the townland of Ballysax just outside the Village of Cutbush, which benefits from a primary school, pub and shop.

The road links Cutbush with R142 miles from Kilcullen/Athy Road.

It is easily accessible to the M9 Motorway at Kilcullen. The surrounding towns are: Kilcullen c. 5 km, Newbridge: 9 km and Kildare: 7 km.

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