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“[The cottage] seems to be in good structural condition throughout but internally requires modernisation and repair to modern building standards.”
“The land is of mixed quality, with a combination of good and average quality land, as well as some bogland, which could have potential for a variety of bio-diversity projects.”
The holding is set out in one large parcel with frontage onto a well-known river.
Outbuildings include a polytunnel with water, a 30' steel container with electricity and a 6' x 8' garden shed.
“The lands are in the main top-quality grazing ground but would be suitable for all agricultural uses,” Nixon explained.
“The property includes 17-acres of top-quality farmland, old-style 4-bedroom farmhouse (in need of refurbishment) and an additional granny flat with practical residential and farm outbuildings and sheds.”
The residence is in need of modernisation, according to the selling agent.
"The subject lands are suitable for any use.”
There is a large farmyard with a concrete yard, cattle collection and handling facility and a selection of agricultural buildings.
The successful bid equated to a price of approximately €16,500 per acre.
Circa 25.5-acres of quality agricultural land with a three-bad slatted unit, two-bay lean-to, and traditional-style farm buildings.
“The lands are well fenced and offer an opportunity to accommodate a variety of agricultural uses and are divided into equal-sized divisions.”
“The cottage and good quality lands provide a rare opportunity to refurbish and create a high-quality family home and would suit someone with farming or equestrian interests.”
“This is an amazing opportunity for those wishing to enter the dairy business, expand their existing business or to purchase a heifer rearing facility.”
The property has extensive road and river frontage and cattle loading/handling facilities, according to the selling agent.
The owner says the island cottage is a “perfect place to shelter from the Covid storm”.
The property, located in a “much sought-after” area, according to the joint selling agents.
A Munster-based farmer placed a bid of €1,335,000 for the entire holding.
“This is a grassland holding containing he ruins of a Christian monastic settlement known locally as ‘Gobain Saor’."