One of the Dublin properties accommodates two commercial buildings on a 2.7 acre site at Killeen Road, adjacent to Park West Business Park, the M50 and Naas Road junctions and this west Dublin property has a €750,000 asking price.
It includes a two-storey office building with a 182sqm floor area, an industrial unit of 697sqm with block walls which houses a concrete batching plant, an unoccupied three bedroom bungalow, a number of aggregate storage bays, a 184sqm workshop with gantry crane and service pit as well as a portacabin.
At the peak of the market, when prices were around €1.5m per acre for this type of development land in the area, this site alone might have fetched around €4m.
The agents Lisney are quoting €600,000 for a premises and yard at Deerpark, Oranmore, Co Galway, which offers a strategic industrial opportunity convenient to Galway city and west of Ireland arteries.
They are quoting a similar price for 55 acres of agricultural land at Forde de Foyne at the Naul in North Dublin which also includes a sand and gravel pit subject to planning permission.
Cathal Daughton of Lisney is also quoting €500,000 for a 44.3 acre limestone quarry at Sheenaun, Gort, Co Galway which has an estimated 2.5 million tonnes of extractable limestone and existing planning permission.
They are quoting €300,000 for Tonroe, a limestone quarry on 54.3 acres at Ardrahan, Co Galway, where planning permission would be needed.
Meanwhile Lisney and joint agents Smith Harrington sold a parcel of 34.5 acres of land in Co Meath, at auction last week for €580,000, €14,700 per acre or 18pc over the guide price.
Located at Bryanstown, 1.5km from the south side of Drogheda and just off the Beamore Road, the agents had quoted €12,500 per acre. The land adjoins Millmount Abbey housing estate and was being sold with single farm entitlements. It was bought in trust by local solicitor Paul Moore.
Joint agents Smith Harrington and Lisney have also sale agreed a parcel of 7.4 acres of land at Sutherland, between Cur-ragha and Ratoath, Co Meath. They had been guiding €150,000, or €20,200 per acre, for the property.