This 55.7 acre farm is situated close to the village of Kiltullagh, Athenry, Co. Galway. The farm which is of top quality agricultural land is well maintained and divided into paddocks.
The Raford River flows through the farm which is rich in trout. The farm buildings located on the lands include a large slatted unit capable of housing up to 200 cattle, including 48 cubicle places with rubber matting, six double slatted pens with matted slab, six single slatted pens with matted slab, calving pens and livestock handling facilities including indoor cattle crush.
The farm is ideal for farmers wishing to extend holdings, or young farmers wishing to start up a farming enterprise, as this farm is suitable for all types of farming including cattle, sheep and equestrian. The property also hosts the site of Kiltullagh Caste, which is said to have been build in 1427, which was lived in by the Blakes until 1780. What remains today is just a glimpse of what was once a very large and majestic residence.
Maps and folio available on request.