Lough Corrib holding guided at €375,000

Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

A lovely picturesque residential farm overlooking Lough Corrib near Oughterard in Co Galway is for sale by private treaty with a guide price of €375,000.

Set on 24.85ac with two half shares in commonage amounting to 16.72ac, the property also includes a fully refurbished cottage, a workshop, horse arena and stabling.

Located 10km from Oughterard, the farm is located on Glann Road in a scenic area with views over Lough Corrib and Mount Gable. The area is renowned for its natural beauty and lies at the gateway to Connemara.

The house is a three-bedroom cottage that is fully restored with accommodation that includes three double bedrooms, a kitchen/dining area, a sitting room, shower room, WC and utility.

The farming and equestrian facilities are quite comprehensive and include an open barn with block-built walls and a galvanized roof located away from the house.

Another yard includes a hay barn, a spacious workshop with steel doors, a stable block with three horse boxes and a purpose-built sand arena.

The land is in four sections in two folios in the townsland of Curraghduff. The various fields are divided by neat stone walls, some with river frontage while a belt of mature pine trees provides shelter.

Selling agent Erica Leonard of DNG Martin O’Connor says interest  is expected from a range of customers including hobby farmers,  retirees or local people looking to add to an existing holding.

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