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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Two farms on the market from €150,000 to €549,000

Property News: Farms for Sale in Ireland July 2023

In this article, That’s Farming takes a look at two farms for sale – one in Co Meath and one in Sligo – in Ireland in July 2023.

“A compact farm with an array of impressive features” is how Keenan Auctioneers has described its newest listing to the market, in the form of 35-acre farm in Moynalty, Co Meath, with a €549,000 guide price.

The property contains “well-laid-out” land, divided into seven/eight divisions and a range of modern sheds and handling facilities.

These include a 3-bay double dry bedded sheep shed (10m x 14m), a 3-bay dry bedded shed (14m x 7.5m), a 4-bay double bedded shed with feed passageway (19m x 15m), four individual pens (17m x 4m), a modern yard office (4m x 3.5m) and a convenient shipping container (12m x 2.5m) giving extra secure storage.

According to a spokesperson, “one of the key highlights is its exceptional accessibility”.

“Accessed via a sturdy, hardcore laneway, found just 195 meters off the R164 Moynalty/Kingscourt regional road, the land is superbly positioned for convenience and ease of transportation.”

“The yard, sheds, and handling facilities are in excellent, modern condition, ensuring a seamless transition for any farming enterprise.”

“And the yard is big enough to accommodate turning a two-deck, articulated cattle truck with ease—meaning that whether you are farming, finishing or exporting, this property has limitless potential for both.”

Undeniable potential 

Whether you aspire to establish a thriving farming enterprise or seek a complementary addition to your existing cattle business, the potential here is “undeniable”.

With “well-maintained” fencing and a natural water supply, the property also has both functionality and practicality, according to the firm.

In addition, the generous 100 metres of road frontage ensures “excellent visibility” and accessibility, with possible potential for a site.

Regarding security, this property has a fully functioning CCTV camera system (accessible remotely and from the yard office).

The property is “conveniently positioned”, just 8.8km from Kingscourt, 7km from Moynalty, and 15km from Kells.

In addition, the property is within easy reach of Clonee (67km) and Dublin (72km).

Clooneen Rathcormack, Sligo 

“Agricultural land with site potential,” is how REA McCarrick & Sons has described its listing in Clooneen, Rathcormack, Co. Sligo, which it is guiding at €150,000.

The land enjoys “panoramic” views towards Benbulben Mountain to the North and has a selection of mature trees along its boundaries.

“The land quality of the southern section is excellent and may have site potential subject to standard planning requirements for the area,” the selling agent.

Located just 500 metres from Rathcormack Village and N15 Road (Sligo – Donegal) and within 5 miles of Sligo town, this holding contains 3.37 hectares (8.3 acres) in Folio SL1702.

The land is divided in two by the Clooneen Line local Road, and part of it is also accessed off the Old School Lane.

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