East Galway farm with wide range of farm buildings guided at €495,000
A compact farm at Castleblakeney in Co Galway extending to 41.75ac with a completely renovated traditional farmhouse and a wide range of farm buildings is coming to the market by private treaty with a guide price of €495,000.
Located near Mount Hazel, the farm is 23km north west of Ballinasloe and 31km south east of Tuam in an active and productive farming area.
The house was completely renovated in 2012 and insulated with the latest in insulation technology. Set on a concrete yard the residence has accommodation that includes a reception hallway and a sitting room with a wooden floor, a solid fuel stove that has a cast iron and mahogany outset and coving.
The living/dining room has a tiled floor and is heated by a Stanley solid fuel stove with a back boiler while the kitchen is fully fitted. There is also a downstairs bathroom with toilet, wash hand basin and shower.
Upstairs are two bedrooms of which one is ensuite along with a box room that has access to the attic. Out of doors the house has a large, lawned garden to the front.
There is a wide range of farm buildings including a two-bay, back-to-back slatted shed with cubicles at one side. Along with cattle handling facilities there is also a two-column hayshed with a lean-to and a range of traditional outhouses in good condition while a large 45m X 20m modern shed is divided into three sections.
The land is described as good grazing ground laid out in a series of eight paddocks with a farm roadway servicing all the divisions. These are fenced with electric fencing and serviced with running water.
Auctioneer Ivan Connaughton describes the property as one of the finest farm holdings to come on the market in the area in recent times. It is currently on the market by private treaty and may be sold by auction at a later date.
Staying in Co Galway, Roscommon auctioneer Sean Naughton is handling the sale of a 38ac farm at Glinsk in North Galway. The executor sale is guided at between €220,000 and €245,000.
Located 2kms from the village of Glinsk, the farm about 8km from Ballymoe, 12km from Glenamaddy and 12km from Castlerea.
The property has no buildings aside from a derelict farmhouse and some cattle handling facilities.
The land is described by Sean Naughton as made up of mainly good grazing ground with 12ac of low lying ground and 3ac of bog. The property is for sale by private treaty.
For Stories Like This and More
Download the Free Farming Independent App