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PHOTOS: 37ac non-residential farm on the market for €250k

Murtagh Bros is seeking €250,000 for a 37-acre non-residential farm it has for sale in Co Westmeath.

The property firm will put the holding on Dublin Road, Kilbeggan, under the hammer in an online auction tomorrow (Thursday, November 18th, 2021).

Non-residential Westmeath farm

It will offer the property for sale on LSL Auctions’ platforms in the following lots at 3 pm:

  • 1) Circa 28.5-acres;
  • 2) 8.5-acres;
  • 3) The entire.

Commenting on the listing, the selling agent described this as an “attractive” farm in two separate divisions with “excellent” road frontage to the Dublin Road.

“The lands are of good quality but in need of some reclamation and improvement, laid out into neat, tidy divisions running down to the River Brosna.”

“The lands have a range of farm buildings and cattle handling facilities,” the selling agent added.

132ac farm smashes €1.4m guide price

In other property-related news, a 132-acre holding with a large period Georgian-style residence and buildings in Co Wexford exceeded its €1.4m guide price at auction earlier this week.

David Quinn of Quinn Property described the property as a “jewel in the crown of Co Wexford”.

He said this is a “magnificent property in its own right” and views the benefit of a surrounding c. 132 acres presents an “added appeal”.

The auctioneer reported “no shortage” of local, national, and international interest in securing the property at auction.

Quinn had guided the property at €1.4 million in advance of the auction with approximately ten parties registering to bid.

In a statement following the auction, Quinn said:

“With the property there to be sold, bidders were keen to secure this sizeable holding, and bids came in thick and fast.”

“There were dramatic scenes as bids came in just in time to keep the auction alive on several occasions.”

“In all, there were twenty-five further bids after Thornville House was put on the market, and the hammer ultimately fell at €1.84 million,” he concluded.

Read how the auction unfolded.

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