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Wednesday 20 September 2017

Compact residential farm at crossroads of east and west

Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

Mount Equity is fine house with loads of character built in the 1930s and set on 12ac at Dromalga, Oldtown, Shannonbridge in Co Roscommon. It is for sale by private treaty with a guide price of €340,000.

Located in the village of Dromalga, not far from Shannonbridge, the property is situated between the Shannon and the Suck and is 10 minutes from Ballinasloe, 10 minutes from Athlone and within easy reach of the M6 motorway.

The house is set on a mature site surrounded by deciduous trees and gardens. Extending to 2,250sqft the south facing residence has views over eight counties and on a clear day the Slieve Bloom Mountains are visible.

Accommodation includes a large hallway with a sitting room to the left and dining room to the right with the kitchen to the rear. Upstairs there are five good-sized bedrooms and the family bathroom.

The outbuildings include horse stables, a fuel shed and a productive fruit and vegetable garden.

The 12ac of grassland is laid out in two gently sloping pastures on each side of a laneway.

The private treaty sale of the property is being handled by Gerry Bracken of DNG Lyons and Bracken, Athenry.

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