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HomeFarming News4-bed cottage, 41-acres in 1 block & outbuildings for €225k
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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4-bed cottage, 41-acres in 1 block & outbuildings for €225k

Pat Considine Auctioneers is seeking €225,000 for a four-bed stone-built cottage on 41-acres with outbuildings in Co Clare.

The auctioneer said that the G BER-rated residence “requires renovation work but has excellent potential to be refurbished and extended if required”.

Commenting on the listing, the property auctioneer said:

“This is an ideal opportunity to acquire an old-style countryside farmhouse on a large holding consisting of approximately 41-acres with a selection of outbuildings.”

“The dwelling is a surprisingly spacious 78.84 sq. metre four-bed stone-built cottage.”

He said the house comprises a kitchen/living room, shower room and four bedrooms.

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Meanwhile, lands are of “mixed” quality with “some good quality” while other portions “have been neglected”.

“The land is in one convenient large block at the back of the dwelling. There are also several outbuildings pertaining to the property some of which have been converted into stables,” he added.

This property is in Cranny, a small, rural area in mid-west Clare and is approximately 1km from Cranny village.

“Cranny is a quaint parish consisting of a pub, church and primary school,” the selling agent pointed out.

“Cranny is approximately 30km from Ennis town centre and Kilrush, which is the main trading town of west Clare is approximately 20km away.”

Photos of Clare cottage:

Structures to build on farmland

Earlier this week, Corey Tyner looked at six types of structures that you could consider building on farmland. He penned the following piece:

There are a lot of activities that you can use farmland for.

From raising animals to harvesting crops and many things in between, as a farmer, you know that no matter the size of your land, there is a never-ending to-do list.

Structures on farmland help with organisation, efficiency, and functionality. For instance, if you are raising animals, they need shelter.

Structures are absolutely necessary in some cases. Structures can be aesthetically pleasing if you want them to be, but mostly, they must be designed to be functional.

Read this article in full.

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