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€65,000 detached building offers ‘huge’ potential for development

€65,000 detached building has ‘huge’ potential for development

Farrell Auctioneers has just launched a one-roomed detached building to the market in Whitegate, Co Clare.

The firm is seeking €65,000 for the former community centre, which sits on a circa 0.11ha site.

The property is within walking distance of Whitegate village, which is on the R352 regional road in the north-east of the county.

According to the selling agent, Colm Farrell, the property offers “huge” potential for development in an area where it is “difficult” to obtain planning permission.

For more information about this listing, you can phone Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers and Estate Agents LTD on (091) 632 688.

Photos of Clare building 
139-acre dairy farm for sale in Co Meath

Meanwhile, a circa 139-acre dairy farm will come under the hammer next month.

Quillsen Auctioneers is handling the sale of the “well established” farm operation in Kilskyrne, Kells, Co Meath.

The firm has suggested that this is “perfect” as a dairy operation. It pointed to its apparent high-quality land, “high” state of fertility and convenient location.

According to the company’s Chris Smith, “seldom does the opportunity arise where one gets to purchase such a wonderfully, fine productive agricultural holding that extends into two counties”.

He said it offers an “ideal opportunity for a new dairy entrant or an established operator seeking expansion”.

Milltown Farm was home to the renowned Kilskyre Jane Cow family, which was dispersed in two successful sales last year.

Milltown Farm is presently primarily under grassland pasture, largely laid out in paddocks and meadow ground.

The block on the opposite side of the road is currently in winter barley, having been under a maize crop in 2021.

The selling agents believe that the operation will attract notable interest. It believes it is also suitable for equine operations or diversification into hospitality or agri-tourism.

Read more on this property.

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