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HomeFarming News143ac residential farm all in one block guiding at €1.43m
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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143ac residential farm all in one block guiding at €1.43m

Cooltown House, a residential farm and traditional yard extending to approx. 143-acres, has hit the market with a €1.43 million guide price, as part of an executor sale.

The property, which is in Enfield, Co Meath, includes a traditional two-storey farmhouse extending to c. 42 sq.m (1,528 sq.ft) with various reception rooms and four bedrooms.

The entire, according to Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents, Jordan Auctioneers, “has been partly renovated but requires full completion”.

The yard is located to the rear of the residence and provides a range of stone outhouses (in need of repair) and a 3-span hay shed.

The land is all in one block, in circa twenty divisions, currently in grass, with “superb” mature trees and natural hedgerows throughout.

According to Kavanagh, “this is an ideal farm for livestock, a dairy enterprise or an equestrian use, providing 143-acres all in the one block”.

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The property is just off the R159 between Enfield (6km) and Trim (11km), with the M4 (Junction 9) situated circa 7km to the south.

The nearest village is Rathmoylan (4km), and Dublin airport is approximately 40 minutes away.

The property is for auction on Friday, June 23rd, 2023, at 3 pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge, Co. Kildare.

26ac residential farm with pond, tennis court & dog run

New to the market and guiding at €1,450,000 is The Mill House, Ballyshannon, Kilcullen, County Kildare.

Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents is handling the sale of the property, which extends to circa 23-acres.

According to Jordan, this is an “exceptionally charming, beautifully appointed and elegantly presented” mid-19th-century cut-stone house with 23-acres of post and railed paddocks, six horse boxes, an old stone barn, a tennis court, mature lawns, and gardens in a “picturesque country setting” within easy access of Dublin.

The substantial stone-built house sits on an elevated mature setting with a southerly aspect overlooking the gardens and post and railed paddocks.

It is completely private, and access is off the R418 via a private tree-lined and gravelled avenue with electric gates.

Read more on this property for sale.

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