Superb livestock farm with a charming house and modern farm buildings on the market in Co Galway for €1,300,000
Millburn House and Farm is a compact livestock rearing unit in Kilconly, Tuam, County Galway.
A key feature of the farm is the range of farm buildings which are of modern construction and provide winter accommodation for about 150 head of cattle, livestock handling facilities and storage for machinery and fodder. A two-storey traditional outbuilding provides further storage and offers potential for conversion, subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission.
The farm has been in the sellers' ownership since 1989 and during their tenure significant improvements have been made to the infrastructure of the farm.Until recently, the farm was home to the renowned Millburn Limousin and Doon Charolais pedigree herds. The present farming system includes a herd of commercial beef cattle.
Millburn House is an attractive traditional four-bedroom farmhouse which has been restored and extended in recent years offering quintessential country living and modern comforts.
Accessed via a stone-pillared entrance with cast-iron gates and a cattle grid, Millburn House is approached along a private tree-lined avenue, which leads to an entrance and parking area at the front of the house.
A fork in the private farm road leads to a useful range of farm buildings at the rear of the house. Services to the farmyard include a private water supply and mains electricity.
The land at Millburn Farm extends to about 96 acres in total, with the main holding at Millburn comprising about 87.5 acres of ring-fenced grassland. A further five acres of bogland are situated about seven kilometres to the south.
Three walled enclosures are adjacent to the farm buildings and are convenient for handling livestock, with one including a shelter.The Kilshanvy River forms part of the southern boundary.
You can find out more about Millburn House and Farm here, or contact James Butler, Savills, on Tel. + 353 (0) 1 618 1300 or Cianan Duff, Savills, on Tel. +353 (0) 1 663 4307.