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Catherina Cunnane
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Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-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 firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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20ac residential holding with €725k guide price is ‘ideal starter farm’

South View Farm for Sale 

“Stunning, tasteful and totality” is how Keenan Auctioneers has described its newest listing, South View Farm, which it launched onto the market earlier this week.

The property, in Tullyweel, Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, contains a residence on circa 20-acres of land.

In summary, the property firm stated that “the home, the land, the farm facilities and machinery shed are all in pristine condition, all are easily accessible, and all combine to make this the complete package”.

According to the selling agent, the property contains an “expansive and modern” south-facing 4/5-bedroom home.

Boasting a B1 energy rating and covering c. 2,700 square feet (250 sqm), it looks out over the rolling countryside and manicured lawns. And there is a detached garage to its rear also.

Land and outbuildings

Moreover, the home sits on c. 20-acres of what Keenan Auctioneers described as “good, superbly presented” land.

The land, in five divisions, is just off the main Kingscourt to Kells R164 public road via a separate agricultural laneway.

It is “easily” accessible and manageable and, therefore, in this agent’s eyes, would easily be an “ideal” starter farm or complement existing holdings. The land is currently used for grazing purposes.

The farm also has a private well and stock-proof post and wire fencing.

Furthermore, it also has “top-class” farm facilities in the form of a 5-bay slatted shed with a feed passage, a creep area and cattle handling facilities.

Also, it has a large machinery shed, covering 2,400 square feet, with an electric roller door.

According to the agent, both the slatted and machinery shed are in “pristine” condition and were “well” planned and built. The agent suggested it is “ideal” for machinery, tools, a workshop, or a home gym.

Finally, there are also several old-stone outbuildings immediately west of the slatted shed. These include an old 3-roomed cottage, which the current occupiers utilise for storage.

Other key features include gas-fired central heating, Kingspan solar heating system (generating hot water independent of the GFCH) and a CCTV security and alarm system.

As highlighted, the property also has its own well water with a water filtration system, but it also has a waste wastewater treatment system

Lastly, the property is “well-located” near minor and major urban centres. It is 4.7km from Kingscourt’s main street, 21km from Kells, 31.8km from Navan and just under 80km from the capital.

The property firm is seeking €725,000 for this property.

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