Williamstown is a rural village located on the R360 regional road in the townland of Corralough in northeast County Galway. It has a population of approximately 150 with a large agricultural hinterland. Williamstown is located approx. 18 km from Ballyhaunis Co. Mayo, 13 Km from Castlerea Co. Roscommon Founded in the 1830s, the village of Williamstown takes its name from William McDermott, a local landlord and barrister who owned the nearby Springfield estate. The village has many amenities including the GAA club which fields football teams at all age groups up to senior, Sacred Heart National School and Parish Hall which hosts the local dancing group and scouts. The subject property comprises approximately 1.47 HA (3.65 Acres) of land which is located on the Nuala Na Midogie Walk just South of the Village centre. The lands are adjacent to two residential developments namely, Lough Na Corra to the north and Glynndale Court to the East. The lands are level in topography and would be ideal for grazing of all livestock and may perhaps be suitable for future residential development (subject to planning permission). The lands offer easy access and are within walking distance of the Village Centre of all amenities including the National School which is also adjacent to the lands.