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Agent seeking up to €20k/ac for coastal derelict farmhouse and outbuildings

A derelict farmhouse and outbuildings with 26-acres will come under the hammer by means of a public auction later this month.

PN O Gorman Auctioneers is overseeing the sale of the property, which is in Broomhill, Fethard, Co Wexford.

According to the property firm, this is a “wonderful” opportunity to acquire “attractive” parcels of land in a coastal setting, suitable for a variety of agricultural uses.

Lot 2 includes a derelict farmhouse and a range of “useful” outbuildings.

The agent suggested that it has “enormous” potential to create a coastal getaway close to Duncannon, Fethard and all the attractions of The Hook Peninsula.

The auctioneer is offering the property for sale in one or more lots:

  • 1: 21.17-acres at Booley, Duncannon in 1 division. According to the agent, the lands are currently in pasture and boast “excellent” road frontage. Guide price: €10,000/acre;
  • 2: Derelict farmhouse and range of outbuildings on 2.6-acres at Broomhill, Fethard-On-Sea. Guide price: €120,000 for the entire;
  • Lot 3. 2.34-acres at Ballinphile, Duncannon. Guide price: €20,000.

The public auction will take place on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022, at 2:30 pm at Templars Inn, Templetown, Fethard-On-Sea.

Other farms for sale:

An “exceptional, well-equipped, productive, modern” residential dairy farm, extending to 365-acres in Wales, is new to the market.

According to the selling agents, Strutt and Parker, the current owners have been “continuously” improving Ty Mawr Farm since they took over management in the 1960s.

The farm is in a prime grass growing area of South West Wales. The agent highlighted that the region is renowned for its ability to grow grass with a relatively temperate climate and early ground.

According to the property firm, the area is “well suited” to grass production.

It stated that this listing is a “standout example” of a well-equipped commercial dairy farm. It has “well-designed” infrastructure to maximise production, ease of operation and cow welfare.

Read this listing in full.

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