A prime parcel of “excellent quality lands”, comprising circa 34.8-acres, in Co Galway is for sale by public auction next month.
Connaughton Auctioneers is handling the sale of the property in Hampstead, Ballymacward, Castleblakeney, and has guided it at €200,000.
The property is located circa 1 mile from Ballymacward, in a “renowned farming district”.
The lands are set out in one lot with an internal roadway providing access to a derelict two-storey residence, outbuildings and rear paddocks.
According to the selling agent, these lands “hold huge potential due to their size and location” to Ballinasloe, Loughrea and Athenry.
Commenting on the sale of the property, the selling agent said:
“The property has the benefit of full planning permission by Galway County Council under Ref. 19/1579 for the demolition of existing dwelling and shed and construction of a dwelling house, garage, stable, tool shed, treatment system and percolation area.”
“Viewing comes highly recommended, and the auctioneer invites offers of an immediate sale.”
From Ballymacward, take side road beside the church, proceed for circa 1 mile, lands located on the right-hand side.
Public auction – Lands for sale in Galway:
Connaughton Auctioneers will host the online auction in conjunction with LSL Auctions at 2 pm on Friday, June 25th, 2021.
Photos of lands for sale in Galway:
€2.79m for 248-acre residential farm
Ringtown House, a circa 248-acre residential farm in Castlepollard, County Westmeath, sold for €2,790,000 when it went for auction last week.
Murtagh Bros, Mullingar, County Westmeath sold the farm by online auction on Thursday, May 27th, on behalf of the reps of the late Mona Smyth. The auctioneering firm guided the property at €2 million.
Ahead of the auction, the selling agent described Ringtown House as a “traditional detached 2-storey farmhouse set on c.197 acres of excellent free draining lands overlooking Lough Derravaragh”.
There are two further out farms, c.51-acres in total, located less than 5 minutes from the main property.
Furthermore, all the lands are in permanent pasture and have been “well farmed and maintained throughout the years”.
Approached from the road by a sweeping driveway, this mid-19th century elevated residence offers “complete privacy and wonderful views” of Lough Derravaragh.
“There are a number of older traditional-style farm buildings, which include a number of dry cattle sheds, a slatted house, silage slab, cattle crush and a range of smaller outbuildings.”
More properties for sale:
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