Property Partners Long is currently inviting tenders for the sale of a substantial holding of land at Ardacong, Milltown Road, Tuam.
This holding comprises 105 acres of farmlands with a winding tree-lined avenue leading to the ruins of Ardacong House, which was damaged by a fire in 2014. The courtyard and outbuildings of the house are still standing.
Ardacong is an area of natural beauty. Some of the lands on the southwestern boundary are prone to flooding in winter months, and a variety of bird species including swans, ducks, golden eagles, and peregrine falcons may be spotted there from time to time. There are low-lying lands which offer super quality summer grazing, and the lands on the northern side enjoy the benefit of c600m of frontage onto the N17 Galway-Sligo road. Lands adjoining Ardacong are used for tillage and dairy farming. There are entitlements that may be sold with the estate, and the solicitors can provide these details as required to interested parties.
The adjoining plot on the southern boundary is zoned for business and enterprise.
The potential for future development of this estate is significant. Strategic purchasers will hope to acquire a substantial holding within earshot of the town centre with a variety of development options.
Tuam has undergone tremendous transformation within the past 10 years. The completion of the Tuam bypass facilitates access to Dublin (two hours' drive ), Limerick (one hour ), and Galway city (20 minutes ). Tuam is host to a range of multinationals including Valeo, Transitions Optical, and JFC.
Tenders should be sent to Kilfeather solicitors, The Halls, Quay Street, Galway, (091 ) 562037, by August 10.
For more information contact Property Partners Long at 093 28218.