€2m to wake up to views of Tara in the Royal County
When it comes to property in the Royal County a 164ac residential farm at Collierstown, Tara is about as royal as it gets. This elevated land is situated on a level with Skryne and the Hill of Tara and comes to auction with a guide of €2m.
Located just off the M3 motorway close to Navan and Dunshaughlin the farm will be sold in lots or as an entire.
The house (above) is a solid two storey structure which has been fully modernised inside with finishes and fittings that include a four door Aga cooker, laminated flooring and PVC windows. The accommodation includes an entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, utility, bathroom and four bedrooms.
The extensive yard includes a seven-bay machinery shed with a lean-to, a separate lean-to shed, a three-bay hayshed with double lean-to, a lofted shed, a disused milking parlour with a herringbone milking layout and an open silage pit.
A three-bay slatted shed with drinkers and ESB is located on a site somewhat away from the house and the yard.
Aside from a 3ac piece located across the road from the house, the lands are laid out in one block.
Half of the land is under tillage and half under grass, with multiple access points from the extensive road frontage on two roads. A stream running through the land provides water and the fields are fenced with carefully maintained fencing.
John Harrington of selling agents, Smith Harrington describes the land (below) as "the finest of land in the finest of locations. "This is one of the best farms I have handled in a while," he said.
"It's a tidy place that was run by two brothers who managed it with great care."
The farm will be sold at auction and in lots with Lot one consisting of the house and yards on 17.86ac of grass.
Lot two is comprised 73.90ac in tillage and grass with 500m of road frontage. Lot three is made up of 70.70ac under tillage and the entire makes up the final lot.
The farm will be sold at auction at the Navan salesrooms of Smith Harrington on Tuesday, September 23 at 3pm.
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