Two farms on mar­ket in mid-€300,000 range

Irish Independent - Farming - - PROPERTY FARMING -

JOHN EAR­LEY is han­dling the sale of a nice 41ac farm with a yard and cat­tle-han­dling fa­cil­i­ties near Cur­ragh­boy in south Roscom­mon. The pri­vate treaty sale is guided at €325,000.

Lo­cated about 2km from Cur­ragh­boy in the di­rec­tion of Four­roads, the farm is laid out in one block with road frontage on to two roads. Ac­cord­ing to the auc­tion­eer, the place has agri­cul­tural value and could have some site po­ten­tial in the event of ob­tain­ing the nec­es­sary plan­ning per­mis­sion.

The land is all in grass and de­scribed as a good, clean bit of graz­ing ground, that is all in good heart ex­cept for a small low­ly­ing por­tion. The hold­ing is ser­viced by a two-bay hayshed with a lean-to and cat­tle-han­dling fa­cil­i­ties.

“This area is prime farm­ing coun­try,” says David Diff ley of John Ear­ley auc­tion­eers, “and we ex­pect lively in­ter­est in the lo­cal­ity.”


Fur­ther north in Co Long­ford, auc­tion­eer Jackie White is han­dling the sale of a lovely 28ac res­i­den­tial farm with a guide price of €139,950 for the house and €7,500/ac for the land. The prop­erty is lo­cated at Shin­glas, about 3km from Bal­lyma­hon. The house is a neat bun­ga­low res­i­dence in good con­di­tion through­out with ac­com­mo­da­tion that in­cludes an en­trance hall, a sit­ting room with an open fire­place, a fam­ily room with an oil-fired stove, a fully-fit­ted kitchen, a fam­ily bath­room and three bed­rooms.

The 28ac of land is de­scribed as av­er­age qual­ity ground, all in grass, has ac­cess to wa­ter and is well-fenced. Ms White is happy to sell the prop­erty in two lots or as an en­tire with a guide of €350,000.

The home on the res­i­den­tial farm near Bal­lyma­hon, Co Long­ford, can be sold sep­a­rately for €139,950

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