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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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92ac residential beef farm hits the market with €1.5m guide price

New to the market with a €1.5m guide price is a “superb” residential farm with “substantial” outbuildings on c. 92-acres of “prime quality” land in one division in Co. Galway.

According to the selling agents, KMS (Keane Mahony Smith) Galway, the property also includes 5-acre of bog.

Commenting on this listing (Millburn House), the agent said:

“A farm of this size and quality with extensive farm buildings, along with a beautifully restored and extended residence with mature gardens.”

“It is in a secluded setting 0.5km off the main road accessed by a private drive, is a rare find in the West of Ireland.”

“This is a unique opportunity to acquire a truly magnificent residential farm in Co. Galway with excellent boundary walls and fences and good quality land all round.”

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The agent said the enterprise is being run as a beef enterprise, but its “excellent” layout would adapt easily to dairy farming as all fields lead to the main yard.

The house comprises an entrance porch with Carrara marble tiles and stained glass double doors.

Meanwhile, the ground floor has two reception rooms, the first with an open fire, the second with a stove and French doors leading to the garden patio.

The agent said this is in “prime” limestone land that is “well” maintained with piped water to all fields from a private water source.

In addition to the kitchen with an oil-fired Rayburn.

There is also an office, utility room, cloakroom and w.c. downstairs. Upstairs there are four bedrooms – 2 en-suite – all with fitted wardrobes, a study and a family bathroom.

Front and back gardens surround the house with lawn, mature planting and trees, making this a tranquil rural idyll to work from home and/or farm.


Millburn House is a traditional farmhouse that has been “tastefully restored” and extended over the years.

The agent noted that the farm has a “well” laid out yard with slatted accommodation for 150 cattle.

Furthermore, it has a walled silage pit, hay barn with lean-to, 4 bay back-to-back general-purpose shed, and an original cut stone barn with recently restored loft.


Millburn House boasts “magnificent” views of Croagh Patrick and Knockma with its  woodland walks.

Lough Corrib and Cong, the “gateway” to Connemara, are just a half-hour drive away. Meanwhile, Kinvara and the Burren are just 45 minutes via the new motorway from Tuam.

The property is approached by an avenue of c. 0.5 km off the main road.

It is circa 2 miles from the “attractive” village of Kilconly, 10 km from Tuam and 40 km from Galway City.

The farm in the “picturesque” village of Kilconly.

According to the agent, the house is just a “short distance from every facility that young family may require”.

It has a “highly regarded” national school, creche, community centre, Astra sports pitch, shop, post office, church, and a “vibrant, welcoming” community.

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