Home of famous Limousin herd for sale in the very sunny southeast
When I got back home from a day spent walking land last week I was slightly late for a local function. A neighbour asked where I had been on my travels and I mentioned I had walked land in Wexford, "Ah," he said, "Wexford land is good at the best of times but it must have been heavenly altogether today."
And he was right; my journey had taken me across the country and deep into the sunny southeast to an 82ac farm at Ballydaniel near Camolin made up of the best of land.
The farm was once home to the famous 200-strong Ballydaniel Limousin herd which was sold in recent years.
The major part of the farm is now for sale with a guide of between €10,000 and €11,000/ac.
Meanwhile the vendor is retaining the house and around 10ac of land. The farm is undoubtedly a fine piece of property with extensive road frontage on to the N11 at the Gorey side of Camolin and further road frontage on to a side road to Ballycanew with plenty of access from all sides.
The holding is all in grass at the moment aside from a 9ac field that is top-sown with corn and under sown with grass.
The seven divisions rise away from the road frontage and the ground is the essence of elevated self-draining ground. In the June sunshine the place was the picture of health.