In this week’s property segment, we take a look at two farms, one in Offaly, and one in Laois, that are set for sale by online auction in Ireland in July and August 2023.
A circa 102-acre traditional agricultural holding, with an AMV (advised minimum value) of €900,000, in Doon, Ballinahown, Co. Offaly is set to come under the hammer in a public action later this month.
The listing, which is being handled by Murtagh Bros Auctioneers, consists of a derelict two-storey residence and a farmyard with “extensive” outbuildings.
The lands, according to a spokesperson for the selling agents, are all under grass of “good quality”, laid out in “neat, tidy” divisions and offer “excellent” potential.
The farm’s BISS entitlements, the spokesperson noted, have a net unit value of €115.99.
The auction will take place on Friday, July 21st, 2023, at 3 pm in conjunction with LSL Auctions.
The property firm urges interested parties to register for the online auction before this Friday, July 14th, 2023 and a €50,000 deposit is required.
26ac farm in Offaly
Meanwhile, next month, 26-acres of agricultural land at Capoley, Portlaoise, Co. Laois, guiding at €250,000, will come under the hammer.
These lands will be sold by online auction on Friday August 25th, 2023, at 3 pm, on LSL Auctions’ platform.
The land is being sold in lots as follows:
- 1 – Circa 14.5-acres;
- 2 – Circa 4.5-acres;
- 3 – Circa 7.5-acres.
This land is situated towards the end of a cul-de-sac laneway (Capoley Lane) which is well located within close proximity to Portlaoise, circa 2 miles.
John Hennessy of Hennessy Auctioneers commented: “The 3 lots, which are within walking distance of each other, are all currently in permanent pasture.”
“There is no mains water on the lands and water is currently being provided by a neighbour.”
All intending bidders must register with Hennessy Auctioneers by 1 pm on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2023, and they must pay a bidding deposit prior to the sale.
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