REA T E Potterton has been instructed by the reps of the late Bridie Maguire to offer a 3-bed residential farm and 39-acres for sale in Meath.
The property, in Glebe & Coolderry, Rathmolyon, is for sale by public auction later this month – unless previously sold.
The selling agent has described the listing as a “quaint old-world residential farm nestled on the edge of the village with possible future development potential”.
“The property, in Folio MH 16330, comprises a quaint single-storey residence. The owners have very well maintained it.”
“It is set nicely back from the road, being approached over a short cul-de-sac (L62115) leading to an enclosed gravel chip rear yard flanked by a traditional range of out-offices.”
The property boasts a block of rich fertile limestone land and a disused quarry. According to the selling agent, it is suitable for several different commercial opportunities – subject to the necessary planning consent from Meath County Council.
Farm for sale in Meath in one or more lots:
- 1: Residence on c. 2.18 hectares/5.38-acres: Accommodation comprises an entrance porch; hall; sitting room; three bedrooms; a bathroom; and kitchen.
“Deceptively spacious accommodation retaining all the old-world world dignity. Includes tall ceilings, original cottage style interior doors, Jubilee solid fuel cooker and original fireplaces.”
Easily kept garden to the front and side of the house. Enclosed yard comprising two garages, cow byre, loose box, cattle
chute and haybarn.
- 2: Lands extending to 1.635 hectares / 4.01-acres These lands comprise a disused quarry – as highlighted above;
- 3: Lands extending to 1.679 hectares / 4.41-acres. These lands are similar to the previous Lot 2 and have considerable cul-de-sac frontage.
- 4: Lands extending to 10.134 hectares / 25.04-acres
An attractive block of farmland accessed off the aforementioned road. According to the property firm, while presently all under pasture, these lands are suited to most types of agricultural enterprises. The lands also incorporate a cattle pen and chute.
The property occupies an “enviable location” fronting the main R156 Summerhill / Rathmolyon road. It is just 5kms west of Summerhill and 8kms south of the historic market town of Trim.
“Both villages cater adequately for all the day-to-day shopping requirements, complemented by excellent further facilities in the nearby Liffey Valley shopping centre. It is easily accessible via the M43 motorway, which is less than a 20-minute drive from the property. “
“For prospective purchasers interested in country and leisure pursuits, the choice is wide with the Meath Foxhounds and the Tara Harriers meeting regularly within easy boxing distance.”
Horseracing is available at Navan, Fairyhouse, Kilbeggan and The Curragh. Furthermore, numerous sporting clubs, including GAA, Soccer, Tennis and Rugby clubs, are all close at hand.
Besides, the recently completed Royal Canal Greenway is also within easy reach of the property and is a haven for walking, boating and cycling enthusiasts.
“The locality is well supported by an established farming infrastructure with abattoirs, contractors, merchants & Delvin Livestock Market and other service industries all close at hand.”
The auction will take place at 3 pm on July 21st (unless previously sold).
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