Equestrian property for €275,000
A circa 8-acre small residential equestrian-type holding with stables and an arena in Co Cork has just hit the market.
Noel Corcoran Auctioneers is handling the sale of the residential holding in Dromahoe, Dromagh, Mallow.
According to the selling agents, the current occupiers are using the property as a dog rearing facility. However, Corcoran suggested that it is “equally suited” as an equestrian or dog rearing/training facility.
Its accommodation includes a front porch, a “spacious” kitchen/ living area, a utility area, a hallway, three double bedrooms, a bathroom, and a “spacious” attic area.
Other features and services include an internal oil burner, a hotpress, a mains water supply, electricity, a septic tank, oil-fired and soil-fuel central heating and double-glazed uPVC windows.
Outside, you will find five large stables, a small barn, and a sand/mulch arena, which is a110 ft x 70 ft 7700sq.ft area.
Furthermore, there are two paddocks that you can access by means of a roadway via an independent gateway.
According to the agent, the property is just off the Mallow/ Killarney Road towards Millstreet via Rathcoole on the L1117.
Corcoran described this as “a peaceful and tranquil” rural location, “in the hearth” of prime fishing and hunting countryside.
The property firm is seeking offers in the region of €275,000 for the listing.
18ac beef farm in Co Galway
Meanwhile, Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents has introduced an 18.35ac. residential farm in Co Galway to the market in recent days.
The property firm is seeking €350,000 for the two-story farmhouse and “good quality” lands in Grannagh Beg, Ardrahan.
According to the selling agent, Colm Farrell, “this farm was renowned for producing the best quality beef for many years”.
“Located on these lands is a derelict farmhouse dwelling. The lands are of good agricultural quality.”
“You must view this farm to appreciate the quality of the farm on offer. The farm is in the heart of south Galway with limestone, free-draining soil and fenced by hand-built limestone walls.”
“There is a huge opportunity to develop the dwelling in an area where planning permission is hard to obtain.”