127ac Roscommon farm with derelict stone house, listed for €1m

A number of farm lots of varying sizes and amenities have come onto the market in Roscommon.

lphin Auctioneer Tom Cox is handling the sale of a 127ac farm with an old stone house in Carrowcrin, Tonlagee and Corbo, 4 miles from the town of Roscommon on Lanesboro Road. It will be auctioned with an indicative value of €1 million.

The same auctioneer is handling the sale of a 36ac non-residential farm in Clooneybeirne, Strokestown and this is estimated at €400,000.

The Carrowcrin holding is likely to attract a lot of local agricultural interest as farms of this size are rare in the local market.

The agriturismo has an old stone residence, accessed through a tree-lined avenue, in a state of almost ruin.

According to Mr. Cox, it could make for an interesting renovation project.

There is 2.2 km of street frontage with double frontage in one place and many access points.

The land is of good grazing ground, laid out in a number of good fields and has been leased for a number of years.

Apart from livestock farms, there are no farm buildings.

The auctioneer believes the old residence, uninhabited for about four decades, will attract people looking for a rural home.

“It has beautiful brickwork and could go back to how it was,” he says.

Given the scarcity of residential properties for sale in rural areas, the presence of the old structure is expected to appeal to buyers beyond the farming community.

The property can be purchased as a whole or in lots, with the first lot being 100 Ac including the old house.

A second lot, directly across the road, consists of 21ac roadside pasture land; a third is a combination of lots one and two.

A 6ac piece of forest and forestry at Corbo can be sold separately.

The auction will take place on Thursday 5th May at 3pm at the Abbey Hotel, Roscommon and online on the LSL platform.

38ac package at Cloonybeirne for €400,000

On the same day and at the same auction, Mr. Cox handles the sale of a 38ac non-residential farm in Cloonybeirne, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon.


The 38ac farm in Clooneybeirne is 4 miles from Strokestown and Tulsk.

The farm is 4 miles from Strokestown and Tulsk and has water supply from a group water system, cattle shed and corral.

Mr. Cox describes it as a first class pasture farm laid out in a number of manageable departments. The pre-auction leader is €400,000.

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