Warren High – 45.3 Ac. Farm with Period Residence Co. Westmeath

Warren High, County Westmeath, N37 YH48, Ireland
  • Residential Farms
  • Property Type
  • 45.29
  • Lot Acres
  • 80
  • sq. m.
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Warren High – 45.3 Ac. Farm with Period Residence Co. Westmeath
Warren High, County Westmeath, N37 YH48, Ireland


**PUBLIC AUCTION** by Colliers Ireland & Kearney Auctioneers

Warren High is a residential agricultural holding extending to approximately 18.33 ha (45.3) acres.

The estate of the late Anthony Browne

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Key Features

  • The upper lands are free draining with the lower section below the house being heavier in nature.
  • The two-storey residence has been vacant for a considerable number of years, nestles into the hill and is approached by a tree lined avenue from the public road and protected from the northerly weather by a bank with mature woodland.
  • The house, subject to an application, may be suitable for grant aid under the Vacant Property Refurbishment Grant scheme.


  • Warren High is a two-storey detached residence has been unoccupied for some time and requires complete renovation and upgrading to meet modern day living standards.
  • Standing on an elevated south facing site the house has magnificent views south over the Westmeath Countryside.
  • The front elevation has two bay windows to the main reception rooms.
  • A single store extension to the rear includes the kitchen and ancillary storage.
  • To the west the single storey extension includes garage, boiler house and storage.
  • The house is a period style house with bay windows to the two main rooms, extension to the rear with kitchen and bathroom and two bedrooms on the first floor.
  • In all the house extends to approximately 80 sq. m. (860 sq. ft.).
  • To the left of the house is a further extension with garage and boiler house.


  • To the front of the residence is a large expanse of lawns, bounded by the front avenue.
  • To the rear is a small courtyard with access to the garages etc.


  • To the east of the residence is the farmyard.
  • The buildings are of a traditional nature, being a steel and corrugated 3-span hay barn with lean together with a concrete barn with corrugated iron roof, previously used as a piggery.


The lands are of an undulating topography and accessed by a farm road from the yards.

The overall property extends to approximately 18.33 ha of which approximately 29 acres are top quality grazing land in an elevated position commanding outstanding panoramic views of the Westmeath countryside.

There is evidence of a disused gravel pit on the lands immediately adjoining the western boundary of this section of the property.

The lower section, with approximately 295 meters of road frontage, extends to approximately 11 acres is of lesser quality land, has 4 main paddocks divided by drainage ditches. The house, yard, the escarpment with mature woodland and the avenues accounts for approximately 5 acres.

Quarrying Potential

From details as noted on the Geological Survey of Ireland web site, it is noted the lands cover an area designated as having a foundation of APM Granular Aggregate, APM Crushed Rock Aggregate and APM Sand & Gravel.

Central Location

The area is a quiet rural location with several similar sized and larger agricultural holdings, yet within a few minutes’ drive from the extensive educational, health, recreational, shopping facilities available in Athlone and the River Shannon.

  • Athlone Town Centre 9.4km
  • University of Shannon Athlone 7.6km
  • M6 at Junction 9 Athlone 6.4km
  • Mullingar 42km
  • Galway 94km
  • Dublin International Airport 129km.


  • From Athlone take the L1427 Moydrum Road, from Bushfield and continue this road for approximately 7.4 km and the entrance to the property is on your left.
  • From Dublin exit the motorway at exit 7 and take the first exit onto the L5436. At the “T” junction turn right and continue for 2.6 km and turn right (just after Boyanna Machinery Limited), continue for a further 3.5 km then turn left opposite J Parker Car Sales), continue for 2.0 km and turn left onto the L1427.
  • From here the entrance to the property is less than a kilometer on the right.


  • Excellent agricultural holding.
  • Underlying deposits of sand and gravel
  • Opportunity to redevelop the main residence.
  • Close to the thriving town of Athlone.

Private Water supply, Private sewerage, ESB. Please note the services have not been tested.

Strictly by appointment through the appointed Joint Sole Selling Agents



Updated on June 30, 2024 at 3:00 pm
  • Property Size: 80 sq. m.
  • Land Area: 45.29 Acres
  • Property Type: Residential Farms
  • Property Status: Public Auction
  • Address Warren High, Bealin, Co. Westmeath, N37YH48
  • State/county Westmeath
  • Country Ireland

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