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Friday 20 October 2017

Tyrellspass parcel guided at €9,000/ac

Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

A 32ac parcel of good arable land with a two-bedroom house adjacent to the old N6 between Tyrellspass and Rochfortbridge in Co Westmeath is coming to the market with a guide price of €9,000/ac.

Located at Gneevebawn, Tyrellspass, two miles from Rochfortbridge, the land is described by auctioneer Jimmy Murtagh as superb quality ground all under grass, but equally suitable for tillage. The farm is well fenced and has adequate road frontage both to the house and independently to the land.

The residence on the farm is a two-bedroom bungalow with sitting room, kitchen, bathroom and toilet.

The building is in good condition but could do with some refurbishment.

The property will be offered for sale in the entire or in two lots with one section comprising the house on 5ac. The second lot extends to 27ac. It will be sold at auction at the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar at 3.00pm on Friday, October 18.

The previous day, Mr Murtagh is handling the sale of 59ac of forestry located at Lisnacask, Irishtown, Ballynacargy, Co Westmeath.

Located three miles from Ballynacargy, the timber was planted in 2001 and includes stands of ash, alder, sycamore, Norway spruce and Sitka spruce. The premium on this plantation is €10,500 per annum.

Guiding the sale at €275,000, Mr Murtagh describes this as an ideal investment opportunity. The auction takes place at the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar at 3.00pm on Thursday, October 17.

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Finally, the marquee in Drumlish made many a good match and many Longford and Leitrim people honed their jiving skills beneath the billowing canvas to the strains of Big Tom, Larry Cunningham and Philomena Begley.

An equally romantic residential property has come for sale in Beihy at the Leitrim end of Drumlish.

Extending to 22.5ac, the land is elevated and suitable for grazing and planting, while the two-bedroom house could make a lovely home if it was given a bit of care and attention.

With a guide price of €130,000, Mr Murtagh is bringing the property to auction at the Longford Arms Hotel at 3pm on October 11.

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