Property: Land to lease from €125/acre in Ireland
This week’s property segment looks at farms/land to lease/for rent in Ireland in April 2022. We include listings in Cavan, Meath, Leitrim, and Roscommon.
17-acres of grazing ground in Cavan
Firstly, Keenan Auctioneers has 17-acres to let in Cornasaus, Kingscourt, Co. Cavan.
According to the agents, the land is suitable for grazing and comes to the rental market, with or without entitlements.
For more information, contact Keenan Auctioneers on: (042) 966 7224.
Land to rent for €125/acre in Meath
Meanwhile, John Coyne Estates has circa 20-acre of silage ground to let in Ardnamullen, Clonard, Co Meath.
The agent explained that this ground is “very good” quality, but it has not been fertilised.
The firm is seeking €2,500 or €125/acre to lease this land. For more information, contact (044) 9362500.
72-acres of ground in Roscommon
Meanwhile, Cathal Meares from RE/MAX Team Earley has 72-acres of land for a short-term lease from now until January 1st, 2023.
According to the agent, the land in Knockarush, Boyle, Co Roscommon, benefits from a yard, a cattle crush, and a pen.
The listing states that the land will be leased on the condition that only sheep will graze for the months of November and December.
Furthermore, the farm has entitlements (circa 28.3), with an approximate value of €5,470.
To obtain further information, contact (090) 6626579.
Ground for €167.53/acre/year in Leitrim
New to the rental market through Gordon Hughes Estate Agents – Leitrim is a large plot of agricultural land extending to almost 27-acres.
According to the agent, this land in Drumcarra, Fenagh, Co Leitrim is available for a five-year lease.
New to the rental market, this large plot of agricultural land totalling almost 27 acres (Folio LM5587F) is available on a 5-year lease.
The farm, ready for “immediate occupation”, benefits from an electric fence around the curtilage area, approximately four drinkers throughout the land and access to Corrachoosaun Lough.
However, the agent confirmed that the tenant would have to provide power.
The firm is giving preference to cattle grazing from March to November & sheep all year. Land will be rented for grazing and silage/hay only, and entitlements are included.
The listing states that interested parties should make contact through email only.
The agent is seeking €4,500/year, which for this plot of land (26.86-acres), equates to €167.52/acre/year.
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