A valuable circa 40-acre farm holding with a farmyard in Ballintaggart, Screen, Co Wexford is for sale by auction next month.
Quinn Property will host the public auction from its Carnew Office at 3 pm on Tuesday, August 17th, 2021 (online bidding in conjunction with LSL Auctions).
The property firm will offer the holding for sale in the following lots:
- 1: C. 29.25-acres with farmyard;
- 2: C. 10.5-acres;
- 3: The entire.
Farm for sale in Co Wexford
The R741 divides the holding with circa 29.25-acres and the farmyard on the western side, and circa 10.5-acres on the eastern side of the public road.
Speaking ahead of the auction, David Quinn said: “The lands are of excellent quality with free-draining soil and currently all in tillage but suitable for most agricultural enterprises.”
“Both lots have the benefit of a natural water supply. There is a farmyard on the larger lot with a three-span round roof shed, with a three-span lean-to, a large open concrete yard and cattle crush.”
“Both lots have extensive road frontage and may have potential for a residence (subject to the relevant planning permission).”
The holding is located along the R741, 2km from Screen, 6km from Castlebridge and 12km from Wexford town.
Furthermore, it is 18km from Enniscorthy and 90mins south of Dublin.
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Quinn Property guided the entire holding in the region of €750,000 ahead of the “hotly anticipated” auction.
David Quinn reported that there was “significant interest” in the auction, with almost thirty parties registering to bid.
He highlighted that the property’s “allure and unique nature” promoted interest from various geographies such as the USA, Australia and the UK.
Speaking following the online auction held on LSL Auctions, Quinn said:
“Today’s auction highlights the huge demand for coastal properties in the south-east.”
“The extraordinary level achieved today is driven by a number of factors, such as strong cash reserves built up during the past 18 months and the resurgence in popularity of Irish coastal locations.”
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