New to the market, for sale through Dick Barry & Son, is a 162-acre residential farm in Cronohill, Kilworth, Cork.
According to the Fermoy-based selling agent, the property, located 8 miles from Fermoy, and 3 miles from Kilworth, can be sold in one or more lots.
Commenting on the property for sale by private treaty, Dick Barry & Son, 26 Patrick Street, Fermoy, Cork, said: “The majority of the land is sound and level and presently all in grass. There is extensive road frontage which lends the land easy to sub-division.”
The agent said that the agricultural holding, estates of the late Michael and John Browne, has 58.83 EU entitlements.
“The farm buildings include a six-column hay barn with lean-to, cattle crush, old disused milking parlour and old buildings on concrete gathering yard.”
“The old single storey farmhouse is in need of total refurbishment. Eircode P61 FC82. An opportunity to acquire a large parcel of land as an ideal dairy farm.” the selling agent added.
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Over 37-acres of land a ‘superb location for once-off house
37.95-acres of land at Rhine, Killoe, Longford, Co Longford (circa 15.36 hectares) will be offered for sale by live virtual online public auction next month.
Wilson Auctions will live-stream the auction from its headquarters at Kingswood Interchange, Naas Road, Dublin 22, on Wednesday, May 26th, 2021.
With an advised minimum value of €80,000, the property is 4.4km from Ballinalee, 9.5 km from Longford town, 9.5km and 11km from Edgeworthstown.
The lands are located on a minor road accessed via the R194, or the N4 is 4.4km from the village of Ballinalee. According to the property firm, the “village provides for daily needs” and is 9km from Longford town.
The lands are contained within folio LD11492 & LD15623F (Part of) and amount to approximately 37.95 acres – c. 15.36 hectares.
Furthermore, the lands are laid out in two blocks, on either side of the river Camlin and are in a mixture of grass and forestry.
“The grasslands are a mixture of good quality lands and summer grazing, laid out in manageable divisions, bound by mature hedging.”