Farm Ireland

Friday 28 October 2016

Bungalow bliss with Déise county farms

Published 18/11/2015 | 02:30

This four-bedroom bungalow stands on 19ac at Ballyduff, Co Waterford.
This four-bedroom bungalow stands on 19ac at Ballyduff, Co Waterford.

A 90ac residential farm with a modern bungalow at Lissaviron, Annestown in Co Waterford is for sale by private treaty with a guide price of €1m.

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Located 2km from Dunhill, 12km from Tramore and 16km from Waterford City the holding has no farmyard aside from a four-bay workshop and store.

The house is a lovely modern bungalow set on an elevated site with accommodation that includes five bedrooms, a playroom and a garage.

The land is a combination of 67ac of prime tillage and grassland that has been well farmed over the years.

There is also 23ac of bog land with the property.

According to auctioneer Kevin Mahony this is an exceptionally good grass and tillage farm and he expects plenty of local and not so local interest.

The property is being offered in a variety of lots with the house and outbuildings on 44ac in one parcel for sale with a guide of €700,000.

It is also possible to buy the 23ac of bog land along with 23ac of arable ground, this parcel is guided at €300,000. The entire can be bought for €1m.

Ballyduff farm

Staying in Déise country a lovely 19ac residential farm at Ballyduff Co Waterford is on the private treaty market with a guide price of €300,000.

Situated just 3km from Ballyduff village the holding is on the Waterford side of the Cork/Waterford border on the R666 between Fermoy and Lismore.

The property includes a neat bungalow in very good condition with accommodation extending to four bedrooms, a kitchen, sitting room, shower room and toilet.

The house has oil-fired central heating and adjacent to the dwelling is a garage that includes a boiler house.

According to auctioneer Dan Fleming the farmyard has a very useful series of sheds including a large A-roofed shed with lean-to, a hay barn with lean-to's, a number of old stone-built outhouses and a machinery shed.

All are set on concrete yards with cattle handling facilities that include a crush and pen.

The holding comes with 19ac of agricultural land in one field. It also boasts extensive road frontage.

It commands lovely views of the surrounding countryside and according to Mr Fleming would be ideal as a small stud farm.

"This is a lovely place," said Mr Fleming.

"It is very reasonably priced and would suit a wide range of customers."

The farm is for sale by private treaty and will be sold in its entirety.

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