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145ac holding is ‘one of the finest farms to come to the market’

Nicholas Dwane Auctioneer and Valuer, has just introduced to the market, circa 145.270ac of “top-quality” agricultural land in Co Waterford.

The lands at Bishopstown Mothel Co. Waterford are for sale, in one or two lots, by private treaty or by auction at a later date.

In the selling agent’s view, this holding is “one of the finest farms to come on the market in Co. Waterford”.

“The farm has been very well maintained and fenced in keeping with modern farming practice.”
“The land is of the highest quality, being free-draining and top class,” the selling agent noted.

Land, in Waterford

  • Over 60-acres in tillage;
  • 11-acres in forestry;
  • Remainder in grass.

The land is broken up into two sections with 44.552-acres of grass on one side and 100.718 (includes 13.11-acres of forestry) on the other.

Moreover, there is a farmyard – containing a large straw-bedded shed and a slatted tank section – with holding facilities and a cattle crush.

Furthermore, there is “extensive” road frontage on both sides of the road for over one kilometre.

The property is close to all amenities. These include the local golf club, GAA grounds and primary schools.

The farm is “centrally” located, being a short commute from Carrick-on-Suir (10 mins), Dungarvan (25mins), Kilmacthomas (15 mins) and Clonmel (25 mins).

Meanwhile, Waterford City is 40mins away, while Cork City is some 80 minutes from this property.

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Post-auction report: €420k for chalet and stable yard on 19-acres

Meanwhile, a chalet and stable yard in Co Wicklow with three buildings on circa 19-acres sold for over 68% of its guide price when it went for auction last week.

J P & M Doyle handled the sale of the property at Tornant, Dunlavin, Co Wicklow, which changed hands for €420,000.

According to the auctioneering firm, a total of five bidders were active at the auction which took place at Lawlor’s Hotel, Naas, Co Kildare at 3 pm on Thursday, July 14th, 2022.

Ahead of the auction, the estate agent described this as an “outstanding opportunity” to acquire the property.

Read more on this post-auction report.

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