New to the market is a 133-acre residential dairy farm in Co Antrim, Northern Ireland.
H.A. McIlrath & Sons are handling the sale of the property, which is available in two lots.
Guiding at £1,350,000, lot one, situated at 19 Cladytown Roads, Glarryford, Ballymena, comprises a four-bed dwelling on circa 61.40-acres of land and boasts road frontage.
According to the property firm, the dwelling was constructed in 1997, is finished to a “very high” standard and was extended/renovated a decade ago.
Accommodation comprises an entrance hall, a kitchen, dining room, sitting room, a conservatory, four bedrooms, a utility, boiler room and a bathroom.
Externally, electric entrance gates lead to a tarmac drive and a “spacious” front lawn and rear enclosed yard.
Furthermore, there are many outbuildings, including a portal frame shed 105’ x 50’partly slatted.
- Outside slatted tank 60’ x 28’. Portal Frame 105’ x 53’ with 105 slatted cubicles;
- Feeding passage and eight out-of-parlour feeders;
- Slatted cubicle house: 135’ x 20’;
- Slatted cubicle house: 135’ x 30 plus feed passage;
- Shed: 105’ x 30’;
- New shuttered store: 100’ x 30’ with portable meal bays;
- Clamps: 120’ x 38’ and 120’ x 31’ with shuttered walls;
- Cubicle house: 150’ x 45’ Tank one end
- Lean-to: 82’ x 25’.
- Workshop: 30’ x 20’;
- Roller door;
- 24-point swing-over parlour (2019);
- 1500 Litre Mueller milk tank (2019).
According to the agent, the land is in a “neat” block with one field over this Minor Road.
“This comprises a mixture of good red arable and some black which has all been cut in recent years,” the agents remarked.
Meanwhile, lot 2 – with a guide price of £700,000 – is based at 60 Dunminning Road, Craigs, Cullybackey, BT42 1PE.
This holding is about 3 miles from the home farm, and access is at the start of a shared concrete lane and then private.
The dwelling is a three bedroomed stone farmhouse that is “comfortable but requires full modernisation”.
Outbuildings include a shed (75’ x 40’) and out offices.
This lot also has circa 70.42-acres of land. “Some of this was drained and needs to be re-seeded.”
“It is all suitable for cutting and grazing except approximately 3.5-acres which is wet. There is mostly new boundary sheep fencing and all in a block,” the agent concluded.
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