Farm Ireland

Tuesday 12 December 2017

Galway residence captures tribal charm

Jim O’Brien

On the road west you're only a few miles from Galway when you see the neat stone-walled fields that encircle the eastern approaches to the City of the Tribes.

Corrandulla is replete with these fields and their stone walls. Such a property is a 32ac residential holding in the townland of Caherlea and located just eight miles from Galway city.

Estate agent Martin Tyrell said the lands were of excellent quality and laid out in easily managed fields that are well-fenced and watered.

Given that the property has considerable road frontage, it could have some development potential in time.

The residence is a four-bedroom bungalow that includes a kitchen, sitting room and bathroom. It is structurally sound but in need of refurbishment.

Mr Tyrell said the location of the farm and the quality of the land make it a very attractive holding. "I have had a lot of inquiries for it," he said. "We are looking for offers in excess of €300,000 and while we are selling by private treaty at the moment, it may go to auction."

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