Attractive farm of excellent quality with old two-storey derelict farmhouse on
circa 45 Acres located midway between Attymon and Gurteen,
5 miles Kiltullagh, 9 miles Athenry & Loughrea
The lands are located in off the main Attymon / Gurteen Road in the townland of Caltragh somewhere midway between the village of Gurteen and Temple Cross and approximately 10 miles from Athenry in East County Galway. The property is situated in a peaceful country location along a narrow country roadway L-7175 Road. The nearby village of Gurteen, approx. 1.5 miles, has local amenities to include local pub, School and Church. The property is within a 15 minute drive to the M6 Galway/ Dublin motorway interchange at Kiltullagh. The farm is located in well renowned farming country.
The above property comprises an irregular holding of land comprising we understand circa 45 Acres in one division and contained in two Folios, namely Folio 4915 County Galway and Folio 4916 County Galway , the entire Folios except for a small plot of ground on its own directly opposite the main holding on the northern side of the L-7175.
In addition there is bog at nearby Clogh containing 3 acres and 5 perches or thereabouts (3.7 Acres) contained in Folio GY 4916.
The lands themselves have the above two Folios adjoining each other and are amalgamated into one holding.
The lands are of relatively good to mixed quality lands and are part hilly and are very elevated towards the centre. The lands have some good road frontage onto the previously mentioned country boreen.
The lands are largely suitable for grazing, part meadowing and various farming practise and enterprises. The lands are situated in a peaceful country setting .
Good & mixed quality grazing lands
Part hilly, part undulating
Some good road frontage along side road
Local High Point Marker Stone (Ordnance Survey Point) to centre of holding
with splendid views of surrounding countryside
Some good stone wall boundaries
Attractive medium sized holding
Peaceful country setting
Coming into Gurteen village from the Attymon/ Athenry side, take right hand turn about a mile before the village (see Caltragh on name place stone to right). The lands are up this road a few hundred metres on the right.