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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a fifth-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 company in 2015.
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15ac residential dairy farm is the ‘perfect package’

Hewitt Property Agents believe its newest listing, a residential dairy farm, at 20 Ballyhoy Road, Armagh, Northern Ireland, is “the perfect package”.

According to the selling agent, Amy Muldrew, this is a “highly attractive” 15-acre farm in a “very sought-after” farming area. The farm is approximately 3.5 miles from Armagh (A28).

The residence is a detached two-storey dwelling offering three double bedrooms, two reception rooms, and a kitchen diner.

Furthermore, Muldrew suggested is also potential to add further internal accommodation in an existing self-contained flat attached to the main dwelling.

She said: “The land is top quality, productive ground with good road frontage, adjacent to dwelling and farmyard.”

“The farm buildings include cubicle accommodation for 60 cows, two silos, a general-purpose shed and calf house, 4000L bulk tank and an 8-point DeLaval parlour.”

“The farmyard benefits from its own separate lane from the county road,” she concluded.

Lastly, the property benefits from a large detached garage. The recently tarmacked driveway has parking for multiple vehicles.

Photos of Northern Ireland dairy farm
124ac farm with outbuildings in one block
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Meanwhile, a large holding comprising circa 124ac/50ha in Co Tipperary has just hit the market.

Joint selling agents, REA Stokes and Quirke and P.F. Quirke & Co. Ltd are seeking €1.9 million for the property in Sladagh, Fethard.

According to the agents, the land is currently a mix of tillage and grass with a small area planted.

They view this as “a rare opportunity to purchase a substantial block of land in an excellent location”.

It has “extensive” road frontage onto two roads and provides easy access to Clonmel and Fethard.

The holding benefits from an old-style farmyard that briefly comprises a large concrete yard with a five-span open-sided roll and a top haybarn with a five-span lean-to there off.

According to the agent, there are concrete floors and cattle pens. Read more.

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