Unfinished dwelling for €220,000
Farrell Auctioneers has just launched an unfinished detached dwelling at Inchaboy, Gort, Co Galway to the market.
Colm Farrell of the property firm is seeking €220,000 for its newest listing, which sits on a 0.93ha site.
The property firm stated that the dwelling boasts “stunning” views of Lough Cutra lake.
According to the selling agent, the 5-bed, 4-bed property extends to approx. 296 sq. Furthermore, it also has a detached garage which extends to approx. 50.79 sq. m.
Farming estate hits the market for £44m
One of northern England’s highest quality commercial farming estates has hit the market with a £44,000,000 guide price.
The estate – in Goole East Yorkshire – extends to approximately 4,205-acres (1,701 hectares).
According to the selling agents, most land is “highly productive” grade one and two farmland.
Goole Estate lies within a renowned commercial farming district between the River Ouse and the Isle of Axholme. The property is approximately 8 miles east of Goole on the Lincolnshire/Yorkshire border.
The in-hand land, which the current occupiers farm as a single unit, extends to approximately 4,087ac. (1,654 hectares).
According to Savills, this is suitable for producing high-yielding crops such as wheat, barley, oilseed rape, potatoes, vining, peas, and sugar beet.
Furthermore, there has been “significant” investment in infrastructure and crop storage facilities in recent years.
This includes 10,400 tonnes of combinable crop storage and 3,500 tonnes of ambient controlled potato storage.
The residential portfolio includes the main farmhouse, three further cottages and two redundant properties with potential for re-development.
Furthermore, the estate includes renewable income streams through two wind farm leases, including 16 turbines.
Also, there is a roof-mounted solar array on the farm buildings at Hall Corner.
In addition to the main farm, there is one small investment farm totalling approximately 81-acres.
Besides, there is a further parcel of land totalling 12-acres, both let on Agricultural Holdings Act tenancies, offer a buyer “long-term reversionary growth”.
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