Period property on 80ac in Galway sells for just shy of a million
Published 24/06/2015 | 02:30
FEAGHMORE House set on 80ac at Eyrecourt in Co Galway sold at auction last week for €990,000.
The property (pictured) sold in two lots and came in just shy of its €1m guide.
The parcels included a renovated period house, an extensive range of modern farm buildings, and a guest maisonette.
The farm, which was home to the renowned Karoola Pedigree Charolais herd, developed by Tony Brady, has been described as top quality fattening lands.
It is situated at the heart of East Galway, 4km from Eyrecourt, 12km from Portumna and 20km from Ballinasloe.
Selling agents DNG Ger O'Toole described the roadside lands as all in pasture and serviced by an internal roadway.
Divided into several blocks for easy management, the fields have piped water, border hedging and mature boundaries.
The farmyard has an extensive array of modern buildings including two four-bay double cubicle sheds, each with a slatted tank and a three-bay hay barn with double lean-to, together with a selection of loose sheds.