Located on the eastern outskirts of Williamstown, Co Galway, and just off the R360 road, this property extends to 16.5ac of top-quality land with extensive road frontage.
It has a traditional-style farmhouse in good condition and a number of useful sheds.
It is for sale from David Moggan Property Consultants based in Claregalway.
With an asking price of just €265,000 it is likely to appeal to a wide range of potential buyers.
The area is in the north of the county, close to the border with Roscommon. The N60 is a short distance away and by this route it’s 30km to Roscommon town and 60km to Athlone.
The farm is about 100m up a quiet, local road that comes off the R360. The house and yard are beside the road with the land behind.
The land is divided into five regularly shaped fields with good hedges and stone walls, and some mature trees.
The land is sloping and good quality. It is described by the auctioneers as top-class farmland without an inch of waste.
The house is compact at 90sq m (970sq ft). While a purchaser may wish to modernise the residence, it is also suitable for immediate occupancy.
It has an entrance porch, open plan living room, kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom. It has oil-fired central heating, double glazing and there are fireplaces in the living room and one bedroom. Some rooms have timber ceilings. The kitchen is fitted with pine units and there are built in wardrobes in the bedrooms.
Outside, there is a large garden area to the front with a well-maintained lawn and mature shrubs.
There are some old traditional-style outbuildings close to the house, one with a good slate roof and stands on a well-maintained landscaped site.
The farmyard is close to the house but has a separate entrance from the road. There is also a three-bay hayshed fitted with locking doors and a loft area.
Also included in the sale is a 1.9ac plot of bog located at Meelick. The property is being offered in its entirety. Auctioneer David Moggan said that there is good interest in the farm since it went on the market.
“This is an attractive standalone farm. Our asking price is €265,000 or approxmately €16,000/ac and the final winning bid will take all.”