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PHOTOS: 220-acre ‘top-quality’ farm set for auction

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A residential farm, spanning 220.31-acres, is set for public auction later this month.

Introduced to the market by Smith Harrington Auctioneers and Valuers, Hurcle House, Collon, Co. Meath will go under the hammer at the Newgrange Hotel, Navan on October 29th at 3pm.

The property is “ideally located” only 7km from the M1 Motorway and 10km from Slane and Drogheda.

1 or more lots:

The property will be offered for sale in the following lots:

  • Lot 1: 87.077-acres;
  • Lot 2: 126.736-acres;
  • Lot 3: Residence on 6.5-acres;
  • Lot 4: The entire.
‘Top quality farm’

The property, the selling agent noted, boasts extensive road frontage of over 1,200 metres (approx.). “An excellent opportunity to acquire a top-quality farm with residence thereon.”

The lands predominately used for tillage are of good quality. There is approximately 24.6 acres statute measure or thereabouts currently in forestry and this is laid out in three divisions.”

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There is still one year remaining on part of the forestry and this is bringing in an income of approximately €1,000 per annum, the selling agent noted.

Accommodation and services 

There is a small area of ground contained in lot 1 which is designated as a national monument and is currently used for grazing.

The residence approached by private avenue was built circa 1770 and requires renovation, the property firm noted.

The accommodation, extending to approximately 239 square metres / 2,577 square feet GIA, contains an entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, utility, corridor, bedroom, wetroom, landing, three bedrooms, lobby, corridor, and bathroom.

The property is serviced by oil-fired central heating, sewerage by septic tank.

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Due to Covid-19 restrictions, those that wish to attend the auction are asked to register, by phoning: 046-9021113.

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