'Neat and pristine' modern Dublin farm for €795,000
Published 07/10/2015 | 02:30
After a quiet summer, some parcels are coming on to the market in Dublin to take advantage of the auction season as it gets into full swing.
Among these is a c68ac non-residential parcel at Oldtown, Clonmethan in the north of the county. The property is coming to auction with a guide price of €795,000 or over €11,500/ac.
It includes a range of modern sheds and is described by Celia Lamb of Ganly Walters as "neat and pristine as an infant's cot". The holding is walking distance from the village of Oldtown and close to the M50, the M1 motorways and the N2.
The land is laid out in grass in a number of large divisions that are watered and well fenced, while the perimeter is bounded by a stream and natural hedging.
There are two entrances from the public roads while an internal farm road services the entire property. According to Ms Lamb, the farm is home to an orchard with an apiary of honey bees.
The sheds include a five-span lean-to, a three-span lean-to and two three-span fully covered sheds, a grain silo along with a three-span stock shed, a three-span storage shed, cattle and sheep handling facilities and an internal farm road.
The farm will be sold at auction at the Offices of Ganly Walters, Percy Place, Dublin at 3pm on Wednesday, October 14.