DescriptionAN ATTRACTIVE PARCEL OF 18.06 ACRES EXCELLENT QUALITY LIMESTONE GRAZING LAND WITH AN 2.14 ACRES OF COMMONAGE.
The lands are enclosed with a combination of post and wire fencing and large stone wall boundaries. The lands abut a council road and there is definite site potential.
THE LAND: The land is enclosed by a combination of traditional large fully stock proof stone walls and post and wire fencing to the front. There is a good stone road leading from the council road up to the rear parcel.
There are mains water supply troughs feeding all parcels.
The lands are probably some of the best grazing lands around on limestone with great soil depth and grass coverage.
To the west of the main parcel there is a portal frame building which has been designed for future stock control in mind.
The owner and auctioneer believe that there is definite site potential for several dwellings which would be subject to a local housing need and enurement clause. The potential sites would benefit from great views over Cnoc Meadha which draws a large amount of visitors all year long for walks in the countryside. It is also called Knock Ma and was reputedly meant to be the residence of Finnbheara who was the king of the Connacht fairies.
From Caherlistrane, proceed back onto the R333 and travel east on the R333 towards Tuam for approximately 1.5 miles, and take the left turn after Mitchells Hardware towards Castlehacket. Proceed up this road for 1 mile and the land will be found on the left hand side. (Folio GY114288F).
From Caherlistrane, proceed back onto the R333 and travel east on the R333 towards Tuam for approximately 1.5 miles, and take the left turn after Mitchells Hardware towards Castlehacket. Proceed up this road for 1 mile, bearing right at the first junction and the land will be found on the left hand side. (Folio GY114288F).
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.