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Catherina Cunnane
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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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32ac, cottage & outbuilding near Balla Mart for €125,000

Sherry Fitzgerald Hanley is seeking €125,000 for 32-acres of land, an old, derelict cottage, and a stone outbuilding in Co Mayo.

Gerard Hanley MIPAV REV MMCEPI – an estate agent with offices in Claremorris and Swinford – is handling the sale of the property in Shraheens, near Aurivo Balla Mart.

According to the sole selling agent, the land (no entitlements) is in three divisions (two separate folios) and of “mixed quality”.

The divisions, he explained, are all adjacent, split only by a minor road. There is an old, derelict cottage and stone outbuilding located on the land.

Moreover, he suggested that there is “good” road frontage with “potential” for residential sites.

Commenting on the location, Hanley said:

“Balla is a small town in County Mayo, Ireland, on the N60, the main road between Castlebar and Claremorris.”

“The village’s economy survives mainly on passing trade, from the busy N60 which carries over 7,000 vehicles through the village every day.”

“Balla has only one street and is notable for its round tower. It formerly was a significant shop and market centre.

“In recent decades, it fell into decline and lost its railway station. However, it has enjoyed something of a revival as a residential area for people working in Castlebar,” the selling agent concluded.

Cottage, land, shed and milking parlour for €325,000

Meanwhile, a residential farm in rural Co Meath has just hit the market with a guide price of €325,000.

DMG Tormey Lee is handling the sale of the property in Mooretown, Ardcath, Ashbourne, which it says mixes an idyllic countryside setting with the convenience of being close to “an array of fantastic amenities and transport routes”.

The agent stated that the sale of this property represents a “rare” opportunity to acquire a detached cottage with a garage and land”.

Other features of this Meath property include a two-bay hay shed and a milking parlour.

The property is located in Ardcath, close to the village of Garristown and is only a brief drive from Ashbourne.

Moreover, the Meath / Dublin border is in the region of 4km from the property.

Read more on this property for sale.

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