Where is there land for sale in Ireland?
In this week’s property article, we feature land for sale in Co Roscommon, Cork, Offaly and Galway.
Cathal O’Brien Estate Agent LTD is seeking €200,000 for circa 32-acres of land (circa €6,250) in Carrowbane, Castleplunket, Castlerea, Co Roscommon.
The lands are in one division in a “good” farming district, off the Castleplunket to Ballintubber Road.
According to the agent, the sale “offers neighbouring farmers an excellent opportunity to increase their existing holdings”.
Charles McCarthy Auctioneers has for sale circa 26-acres of land at Derrigra West, Ballineen, Co Cork for €300,000.
The land, in one lot, is south-facing and is mostly of “excellent” agricultural quality.
According to the selling agent, this land – which boasts “magnificent panoramic” views – would be “ideally” suited as a small agricultural holding, and there is potential for a south-facing residence.
Meanwhile, in Ballicknahee, Clara, Co Offaly, there is a circa 57.8-acre roadside farm in one division for sale.
Denis O’Roarke of O’Roarke Bros described this as a “grass farm of good quality” that has planning permission for a two-storey residence.
Furthermore, it has road frontage to the L6014, off the Horseleap-Clara Road, R391.
The selling agent is guiding the property – which is 1.4km from Clara, 5km from Horseleap and a further 5km from Kilbeggan – at €575,000.
Land for sale in Ireland: Galway
Meanwhile, at €70,000 in Milltown, Co Galway is a 4-acre plot of prime farmland/development land.
Nigel Dineen/Martin Finn Auctioneers is handling the sale of the property, which has been “actively” farmed throughout the years.
They described the land – which they are guiding at €17,500/acre – as “solid” and “dry” with good frontage.
The parcel of land is adjacent to Milltown Old Railway Station on the Claremorris/Athenry line and only 800 metres off the N17 Galway/Sligo routeway and Milltown Business Park.
They suggested that “it can have a good future value for development in the event of the line opening again”.