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For Sale by Private Treaty. Large residential holding extending to c.105 acres of agricultural lands. The property is strategically located on the northern fringes of Tuam Town, c.35 km from Galway City, c.55km from Knock International Airport and just c.1.5km from Tuam Town Centre. The main entrance lies within c.150 metres of the N17 northern Bypass junction and holds undoubted development potential for a variety of uses subject to planning consent. The lands benefit from extensive frontage onto the N17 Galway - Sligo national road. This property comprises the landmark estate dwelling known as 'Ardacong House' which comprises a substantial two storey, stone-cut building, extending to c. 750 sqm. Most recently converted for use as a Golf Clubhouse it has complementary Courtyard and extensive outbuildings to the rear. The building dates originally from the late 19th century and is well situated centrally within the landholding. It commands a tranquil setting and offers complete privacy with picturesque countryside views. Furthermore it boasts a long, oak tree-lined avenue leading to the house. The subject dwelling was severely damaged by fire in 2013 but many of the traditional features and character of the property remain intact This sale offers a rare opportunity for discerning purchasers to acquire a substantial and unique estate property on an attractive parcel of land with undoubted prospects. Viewings through Property Partners Long, High Street, Tuam, Co Galway 093 28218
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