A prime residential farm holding, extending to circa 93.57-acres or 37.86 hectares, is for sale, by public auction, next week.
The auction will be held by REA Dawson on the lands at Ballykillane, Hacketstown, Co. Carlow on Wednesday, September 23rd at 3pm.
The property is for sale in one or more lots as follows:
- Lot 1 – Residence on circa 37.4-acres;
- Lot 2 – Non-residential lands on circa 56-ares;
- Lot 3 – The entire on circa 93.5-acres.
According to the selling agent, the property is situated in a “superb” location on the main Carlow/Hacketstown road R747, 1km from Hacketstown village and 27kms from Carlow town in excellent farming country.
The property is situated on the Carlow/Wicklow border and is within easy reach of Tullow, with access to the M9 motorway at Castledermot.
The local village of Hacketstown is “well served” with a secondary school, primary school, a supermarket, filing station, hardware store, pharmacy and other local businesses.
“Laid out in one block, the lands are of excellent quality, arable with the benefit of substantial road frontage with a number of access gates from the public road.”
“The farmhouse and farmyard are setback from the road and approached by a small gravel avenue.”
The farmhouse, which is in need of modernisation, consists of an entrance hall, living room, kitchen, back kitchen, downstairs bathroom, upstairs 3 bedrooms.
There is a large farmyard with a concrete yard, cattle collection and handling facility and a selection of agricultural buildings.
Outbuildings include a 3-span enclosed 3-pen slatted unit, a 2 five-span galvanized straw sheds with block walls, underground slurry storage tanks, a 4-span galvanized grain shed, a 4-span shed with lean-to on either side, a 3-span enclosed storage/machinery shed and an old stone farmhouse in need of modernisation.
“The lands are of excellent quality and laid out in good size fields with external boundary fencing, natural stream flows through the property. Water from a private well, septic tank.” the selling agent added.
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