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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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‘Rare opportunity’ to acquire 80ac farm with road frontage & buildings

Joyce Clarke Estate Agents, has introduced to the market an 80-acre farm at Craighill Road, Omagh.

According to a spokesperson for the firm, “there is a rare opportunity to acquire excellent parcel of agricultural land extending approximately 80 acres excellent road frontage and agricultural buildings”.

The farm is suitable for cutting and grazing, access points onto Craighill Road and Fecarry Road, connecting concrete laneway between roads and fields.

In addition, there is an adjoining detached four-bedroom two-storey dwelling house on spacious grounds and a building site with foundations that may be purchased separately.

The property can be sold in one or more lots to suit.

For maps, enquiries and offers, contact Joyce Clarke Estate Agents on – 02838 331111 or 07775584884.

Post-auction report

In other property-related news on, this week we brought you news of the sale of a farm for €50,000 over its guide price, for a figure that equates to almost €16,200/acre, in a sale handled by Richard Ryan of GVM Kilmallock.

Only 10 people attended the auction of circa 24.7 St. acres at Coolagowan, Castletown, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick, but the sale was met with a hive of online and on-site bidding.

Ahead of the auction, the auctioneer described this as “an excellent quality roadside farm situated in the heart of the Golden Vale extending to c. 24.7 st. acres with derelict farmhouse residence thereon”.

The lands are considered “excellent quality all in permanent pasture laid easily managed divisions”.

“There is a traditional type farmhouse residence thereon, which is in need of complete refurbishment,” he added.

The opening bid at €200,000 was “rapidly” followed up by (20) €10,000 bids from two on-site bidders and one online bidder to reach €400,000, at which stage there was a recess.

On returning after the recess, Ryan stated that he had received instructions from the vendors and declared the property was on the market.

At this point, there were no further bids and Mr. Ryan’s gavel came at €400,000, the figure the property went on the market at to an on-site bidder.

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