Meath gem packed with tillage appeal
Huge interest expected in Royal County 88.5ac that upbeat auctioneers believe will fetch €10k/ac
Strong farmer interest is expected for an 88.5ac Co Meath holding which has just come on the market.
The property is located at Robinstown, five miles from both Navan and Trim. It is being guided at €850,000 or around €10,000/ac and is to be sold at auction by joint agents Smith Harrington, Navan and Sherry FitzGerald Sherry, Dunshaughlin.
Although the holding is in the middle of the size range, not big enough to be a stand-alone unit and on the big side for an out-farm, it is a very attractive property and will certainly draw in the bidders.
The farm comes with a derelict farmhouse and a total of 288m of frontage on to two roads.
According to auctioneer John Harrington, the holding, which is let at present, is a renowned tillage farm and is currently under winter cereals. It is fenced by good natural hedges and is watered by a stream.
A lot of interest is expected from the tillage community and the customer with an eye to the beginnings of a residential farm will be interested to note that a derelict farmhouse and a hayshed are situated on the property.
The farm may be sold as an entire or in one or two lots with lot one comprised of the derelict house and hayshed on 61.679ac along with 143m of road frontage. Lot two consists of 26.855ac with 145m of frontage.