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Friday 19 January 2018

Bidders line up for Cork farm

Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

Residential farms in Cork are prized when they come to the market and it is expected there will be great interest in a 90ac residential farm on the outskirts of the north Cork village of Dromina. The house and yard are being brought to auction by GVM Kilmallock with a guide price of €6,000/ac.

The property is five miles from Charleville, on the Cork/Limerick border.

Richard Ryan of GVM says the farm has a mix of good quality land and heavier ground, with the heavier part more suited to summer grazing.

The holding is in one block and divided into a number of easily managed fields that are well fenced and watered.

There is substantial road frontage with the property and 4.75ac closest to the village is zoned for development.

The house is a two-storey traditional farmhouse in need of repair and refurbishment.

The accommodation includes three bedrooms, a living room, sitting room, kitchen and bathroom.

Meanwhile, the farmyard consists of a number of older sheds including a machinery shed, an old milking parlour and a range of other buildings.

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The farm is to be sold by public auction and will be offered in three lots.

Lot one will consist of 54ac with the farmhouse and yard.

Lot two comprises a total of 34.6ac, including the 4.75ac of zoned land.

While lot three will consist of the entire.

The auction takes place at the Charleville Park Hotel on Wednesday, May 16 at 3pm.

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