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Tuesday 21 February 2017

Raharney residential farm set to rouse rush of interest

Published 12/10/2010 | 05:00

A compact 64ac non-residential farm located at Riverdale, Raharney, on the Meath/Westmeath border is to be sold at auction this time next week.

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Located six miles from Killucan, seven from Kinnegad and 15 miles from Trim, the farm is in one block and laid out in sizeable divisions.

A large 40ac field is under maize at present. Running alongside are 24ac laid out in three fields and under permanent pasture. The land is bordered on one side by a river.

In terms of farm buildings the farmyard consists of a three-bay haybarn and slatted unit along with the remains of an old milking parlour, an open silage pit and a cattle crush.

According to selling agent Thomas Potterton, the farm has great potential as a nice residential holding for someone who wants to farm part-time or a farmer seeking to extend his/her holding.

"While there is no residence with the farm, there is sufficient road frontage for a house," said Mr Potterton.

The property is guided at between €7,000 and €8,000/ac or €450,000 to €500,000 for the entire.

The auction takes place at The Property Exchange, Trim, next Tuesday at 3pm.

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