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VID: 35-acres of ‘prime’ land with ‘limitless potential’ guiding at €499,000

Keenan Auctioneers is guiding 35-acres of “prime and accessible” land in Boggan, Moynalty, Kells, Co. Meath at €499,000.

The expansive property boasts approximately 35 acres of well-laid-out land, divided into 7/8 divisions, creating “the perfect setting for farming ambitions”, according to a spokesperson for the selling agents.

Enhancing the appeal of this offering, is a range of modern sheds and handling facilities which include the following:

  • 3-bay double dry-bedded sheep shed (10m x 14m);
  • 3-bay dry bedded shed (14m x 7.5m);
  • 4-bay double bedded shed with feed passageway (19m x 15m);
  • 4 individual pens (17m x 4m);
  • Modern yard office (4m x 3.5m);
  • Convenient shipping container (12m x 2.5m) giving extra secure storage.

According to the spokesperson, “the yard, sheds, and handling facilities are in excellent, modern condition, ensuring a seamless transition for any farming enterprise”.

“And the yard is big enough to accommodate turning a two-deck, articulated cattle truck with ease—meaning that whether you are farming, finishing, or exporting, this property has limitless potential for both.”

With well-maintained fencing and a natural water supply, the property also has both functionality and practicality, the spokesperson added.

In addition, the generous 100 meters of road frontage ensures excellent visibility and accessibility with possible potential for a single site or two.

In addition, the property has a functioning CCTV camera system (accessible remotely and from the yard office).

Location

One of the key highlights is its exceptional accessibility. Accessed via a sturdy, hardcore laneway, found just 195 meters off the R164 Moynalty/Kingscourt regional road, the land is “superbly” positioned for convenience and ease of transportation.

The property is just 8.8km from Kingscourt, 7km from Moynalty, 15km from Kells and within easy reach of Clonee (67km) and Dublin (72km).

The spokesperson concluded: “Whether you aspire to establish a thriving farming enterprise or seek a complementary addition to your cattle existing business, the potential here is undeniable.”

“Do not miss out on this exceptional opportunity to secure a compact farm with an array of impressive features.”

“Contact us today to arrange a viewing and witness the true potential of this remarkable property,” the spokesperson added.

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