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Photos: Derelict residence and buildings on 16ac guiding at €350k

Jordan Auctioneers has kicked off its selling season of 2022 by introducing a derelict residence and outbuildings on circa 16.55ac in the Garden of Ireland to the market.

The property – which it is guiding at €350,000 – is in Knockanduff, outside Avoca in Co. Wicklow.

Selling agent Clive Kavanagh said: “This is a lovely parcel of land extending to circa 6.69 hectares (16.55 acres) with an old derelict house and yard.”

“The entire is partly elevated and ideal for future development (subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission).”

He said the property was formerly part of the historic Ballyarthur Estate and is “easily accessible” to a wide range of destinations. These include Woodenbridge (8km), Rathdrum (13km), Arklow and the M11 (7km).

“This is a scenic area in the southeast of County Wicklow close to many tourist attractions. This includes the various cooper mines, the ‘Meeting of the Waters’, Avoca Handweavers, Glendalough National Park & Brittas Bay (15 mins drive).”

The property is for sale by online auction on February 23rd, 2022, at 3 pm in conjunction with LSL Auctions.

You can obtain further information by contacting Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.

Photos of land the derelict residence sits on: 

Photos: Derelict residence and buildings on 16ac guiding at €350k

33ac of ‘top-class’ land for sale

Cashel Livestock and Property Sales, has for sale, a “prime” portion of 33-acres of “top-class” land in Tipperary.

According to the property firm’s Alison De Vere Hunt, the farm in Knocksaintlour, Cashel, Co. Tipperary sits on an elevated site overlooking the town of Cashel.

These lands are in one block and have “great” coverage for livestock. Mature hedges create the boundary for all fields.

De Vere Hunt said: “These lands are currently in permanent pasture. They are of exceptional quality and suitable for many farming practices.”

“Well laid out in nice-sized free-draining fields, this is the type of land that can be farmed pretty much all-year-round.”

33ac of ‘top-class’ land can be farmed ‘pretty much all-year-round’

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