Attractive non-residential farm in peaceful Idyllic country location circa 45 Acres Mixed quality farm of varying nature with elevated vantage point to centre and with good road frontage onto local road. Located off main road between Gurteen and Temple Cross approx. 1.5 miles Gurteen on Attymon side, 10 miles Athenry. LOCATION: 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. DESCRIPTION: 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 practices and enterprises. The lands are situated in a peaceful country setting .
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 LOCATION: 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. DESCRIPTION: 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 .
Attractive parcel of lands on the Galway Road just outside Monivea Village in one division. Circa 22 Acres Good solid lands of varying quality, part hilly at the rear and with good main road frontage and access gateway. Part of Folio GY3393F. Should be of interest to various farming, equestrian and leisure interests etc. Further details from Cathal Moran Auctioneer & Estate Agent. GUIDE PRICE: €150,000 Solicitors with carriage of sale : Cormac McCarthy Solicitors , Swangate , Prospect , Athenry , Co. Galway - 091 875 111
LOCATION: The above land is situated at Tiaquin Demesne in the parish of Athenry Co. Galway. The surrounding area is largely agricultural in character with residential one off housing interspersed throughout. The area is predominantly rural. The lands are located just 2 miles from Newcastle village and 6 miles from Athenry town in a picturesque country setting. The property enjoys a lovely country sylvan setting with excellent views to the rear in this private and idyllic country location. All necessary residential amenities are available within a short drive with the local village of Newcastle with its national school, community facilities and church just 2 miles, the historic village of Monivea approximately 3.5 miles and the Medieval and Heritage town of Athenry approximately 6 miles. Galway city is approximately 20 miles. Easy motorway access to the Galway / Dublin and Limerick / Tuam routes are available just outside Athenry together with Athenry train station being a very valuable transport link. DESCRIPTION: The lands are contained in Folio GY 77633F for the main part together with land contained in Folio GY 101283F and comprise the following lands with yard, old derelict farm house and farm buildings in one holding. Lot 1: Lands with yard, old derelict farm house and farm buildings at Tiaquin Demesne These lands comprise approximately 46 Acres and are comprised in one lot. The lands are of varying quality and are part good quality lands, part overgrown woodlands with some bog and part mixed lands. The lands have substantial road frontage with a small stream to the rear. Originally part of the old Tiaquin Demesne Estate, the property has some features of the estate such as part of an island (wooded) with stream, bottom field known as ‘the lawn’ (lawn of old house), positioned in a beautiful scenic setting with woodland backdrop etc. The lands can be classed as follows: Circa • Good lands 34 Acres • Woodlamd/ Plantation/ Island/ Bog mix 12 Acres Total 46 Acres The farm buildings comprise as follows: Farmyard with concrete base Hay shed 4 bay single slatted shed with centre isle and front and rear access ways. Old storage stone shed Old Derelict Cottage style House This old natural slated stone cottage dates back to the early 1900s and was the original home of the vendor’s family, with history in 1920s Ireland. An old traditional vintage farmhouse with the old thick walls and with a nice little mature side garden. Nestling on a lovely elevated position towards the centre of the farm in the farmyard itself. Excellent opportunity for a restoration/ refurbishment project with wide scope. Lot 2/ Bog: A small parcel of bogland is situated at Cormacuagh West and comprises approx. 1.5 acres and is in close proximity to the main holding above being near opposite the overgrown woodland part. Note: Bogland at Derrough – not included in sale but may be open for negotiation These lands are located in a remote location and comprise approx. 2.248 acres we understand. These basically comprise of bogland. SERVICES: We understand the lands have main services available to same on the main road abutting the property to include local mains water and ESB. However we did not test same.
Attractive small parcel of land in picturesque mature setting with substantial road frontage. Circa 10.22 Acres / 4.14 Ha Attractive parcel of land situated approximately 7 miles from Athenry town in a peaceful country setting and within 4 miles Monivea and 2 miles Colemanstown in scenic idyllic country location **Consideration may be given to a site being sold subject to Planning Permission by the interested applicant.
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY ATTRACTIVE PARCEL OF MIXED QUALITY LANDS AT KILLIMOR AND LENAMORE RAFORD, KILTULLAGH ATHENRY CO. GALWAY COMPRISING CIRCA 4.8565 Ha / 12 ACRES AT KILLIMOR 5.1597 Ha / 12.75 ACRES AT LENAMORE TOTAL CIRCA 24.75 ACRES IN ONE DIVISION Situated in peaceful remote country by-road location only approx. 0.8 miles from Raford village and off the Athenry / Ballinasloe road, within minutes of the M6 Galway / Dublin interchange at Kiltullagh. Mixed quality lands of varying quality. This parcel of land extends to circa 25 acres we understand and comprises largely poor quality wettish boggy type lands which are largely overgrown and covered with rushes and furs. The lands are mainly suitable for summer grazing and are of a poor quality boggy type agricultural land to the front and the lands to the rear are of better quality lands situated in the townland of Killimor. The lands are accessed from the local bog road at Killimor / Lenamore. The lands are contained in Folio 4682 County Galway, part thereof. Directions from Athenry: Take Esker / Carnakelly / Kiltullagh road out of Athenry and continue for approximately 7.5 km until you come to a T-junction. Take left hand turn for Attymon, continue down this road approximately 2 km and take right hand turn just after Killimordaly hurling pitch on right hand side opposite Attymon Co-op at the playground. Continue down this road approximately 2 miles until you come to a fork and veer right, continue down this road for another 1km or so and take left hand turn at T-junction. Land is down this road a few hundred meters on the left hand side. (about 12 km Athenry town). Further details from Cathal Moran Auctioneer. ASKING PRICE: €80,000
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY FINE NON-RESIDENTIAL FARM PROPERTY IN 4 LOTS WITHIN APPROX. 2 MILES BALLYMACWARD VILLAGE IN PEACEFUL COUNTRY LOCATION. Circa 45.5 acres LOCATION: The lands are located in a peaceful country setting in a remote country location situated approximately 2 miles from Ballymacward and in-off the local Ballymacward €"Castleblakeney and Ballymacward-Kilconnell roads along a narrow country by-road in a sylvan country setting. The immediate surrounding area is largely agricultural in character with one off houses sparsely interspersed throughout in a predominately agricultural area. Nearby towns of Ballinasloe, Mountbellew (5 miles), Loughrea (26 km), and Athenry are all within an approximately half hour drive. DESCRIPTION: The property is contained we understand in two Folios GY 5540F and Folio GY 46811F County Galway. The lands are set out largely in 4 main divisions. The lands generally are of good to mixed agricultural quality with well-defined boundaries and as afore-mentioned are set out in the 4 main divisions as outlined. The lands front onto the local Lisgub East secondary side road which is a narrow country road in a predominantly strong agricultural hinterland. The lands are of generally relatively good/mixed agricultural quality and are situated in a cluster like fashion in close proximity to each other. The local river adjoins two of the above lots (3+4). From the information and maps provided the lands can be referred to as follows in the various lots: Folio GY 5540 F 14.11 ha = 34.865 Acres No of plans: 9 Described as follows:- Lot 1 = Plan 2 = 2.84 Ha = 7.01 Acres Good field laid out in grass with well-defined boundaries. Water laid on at front of field. Ideal for grazing and silage. Good road frontage offering potential for sites subject to planning. Lot 3 = Plan 17 - 3.66 Ha Plan 35 - 1.63 Ha Plan 33 - 0.98 Ha Plan 34 - 0.62 Ha Plan 43 - 0.19 Ha ________ 7.08 Ha = 17.49 Acres as 1 division These lands are contained in one division with access on to the local road at the front and bounded at the rear by the local river / stream. The lands are generally mixed in quality and there are some old poor farm sheds towards the front. Lot 4 = Plan 37 - 0.23 Ha Plan 20 - 3.55 Ha Plan 36 - 0.42 Ha ___________ 4.2 Ha = 10.378 Acres This holding of land is contained in two divisions with substantial road frontage on to a side country road and situated on both sides of the road opposite each other. A good deal of these lands are bounded to the south and east by the local river. The lands are of generally good to mixed quality agricultural lands and situated in a tranquil country location. Lot 2 Folio GY 46811 F Plan 53 - 1.94 Ha Plan J26 - 1.33 Ha Plan 52 - 1.05 Ha ____________ 4.32 Ha = 10.67 Acres (Double Road Frontage) - 3 fields in 1 division This is a fine parcel of land of very good agricultural quality, being well fenced and with good boundaries. This parcel of land has double road frontage at front and back with gates at either end. There is water on the lands with two no. troughs inside each gate. Total of the 2 Folios = 45.5 acres In total we understand the holding extends to circa 45.5 acres or thereabouts. DIRECTIONS: Go to Wards Cross about 1 km from Ballymacward on the Castleblakeney road. Continue about Â¼ mile towards Castleblakeney and take first right hand turn, the lands are up this narrow country road on both the left and right hand sides. ASKING PRICE: Lot 1 c. 7.01 acres: €37,500 Lot 2 c. 10.67 acres: €60,000 Lot 3 c. 17.49 acres: €75,000 Lot 4 c. 10.378 acres: €50,000 The lands can be purchased in their entirety subject to market demand. Price Guide: €225,000 VIEWINGS: Viewings are strictly by appointment with Auctioneers who are sole selling Agents
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY Expressions of interest invited. Circa 17 Acres of land with Forestry Plantation in two close divisions. 24 year old plantation of excellent quality(Premiums lapsed). Excellent access fronting local main road only 5 miles Athenry Town. Further Details from Cathal Moran Auctioneer and Chartered Surveyor
C. 0.5 ACRE SITE SUBJECT TO PLANNING PERMISSIN CLOSE TO ATHENRY GOLF COURSE AND LISHEENKYLE NATIONAL SCHOOL LOCAL ESSENTIAL HOUSING NEED CLAUSE Attractive circa 0.5 acre site being sold subject to planning permission to a suitable candidate that satisfies the Local Essential Housing need criteria. Sought after residential location close to Lisheenkyle National School, Athenry Golf Club and only 4 miles Athenry and Oranmore and Galway City being 9 miles.