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111ac farm with €1.25m guide price ‘would be the pride of any farmer’

REA Peter Donohoe (Ballyconnell) is seeking €1.25m for a roadside farm extending to 111.24-acres in Kilwarden, Kinnegad, Co Meath.

The selling agent will hold an online auction between 12 pm-2 pm on Thursday, November 25th, 2021.

In summary, he has described this as a “superb single parcel roadside farm, extending to circa 45.02ha of arable, meadow and grazing with extensive road frontage”.

Meath farm 

The agent commented on the listing: “Rarely does a property of this size & quality come to the market.”

“This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a superb holding or extend existing farm.”

The lands extend to circa 45.02ha /111.24-acres and are of excellent and productive agricultural quality.”

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“Boundaries are clearly defined with mature hedgerow, trees and stock-proof fencing.”

He said there are multiple gated access points onto the public road. Furthermore, there is a “convenient” yard area with a cattle holding pen and crush, a 6-bay slatted shed and silage storage.

“Services include a private well and an electric connection. These exceptional mixed-use lands are in one convenient parcel and ideal for livestock and arable farming practices.”

“With approximately 890 metres of frontage on the R161, this exceptional holding would be the pride of any farmer.”

“Also, there is the possibility of site potential (subject to planning permission),” he added.


The selling agent highlighted that the holding is “conveniently” situated only a short drive to amenities in Kinnegad, circa 4.5km.

Furthermore, there is access to the M4 & M6, while Mullingar is circa 15 minutes away.

Besides, the property is circa 20 minutes from Trim and Enfield and 30 minutes from Moate, Tullamore and Athlone. Lastly, the farm is 40 minutes from Dublin (M50) and Navan.

4-bed cottage, 41-acres in 1 block & outbuildings for €225k

Meanwhile, Pat Considine Auctioneers is seeking €225,000 for a four-bed stone-built cottage on 41-acres with outbuildings in Co Clare.

The auctioneer said that the G BER-rated residence “requires renovation work but has excellent potential”.

You can view this listing.

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