Farm Ireland

Sunday 25 February 2018

Commuter belt farm for auction in Meath

This six bedroom residence and 34ac is for at Fleenstown, Ashbourne with a guide price of €700,000
This six bedroom residence and 34ac is for at Fleenstown, Ashbourne with a guide price of €700,000

There has been little land on the market in the greater Dublin area recently so it will be interesting to see what a 34ac residential farm at Fleenstown, Baltrasna, Ashbourne in Co. Meath will make when it comes to auction next month.

The property is being guided at €700,000 for the entire.

The farm is located 4km from Ashbourne town centre, 2km from the M3 motorway, which links to the M50 and 20km from Dublin Airport.

The property includes a six bedroom detached family residence and a yard and agricultural outbuildings.

The land is currently set in crops that will be ready for harvesting in August.

According to Lynn Lynagh of Ashbourne auctioneers, REA Grimes, the new purchaser will have full use of the lands from the end of August 2015. The residence is described by Ms Lynagh as a well proportioned six-bedroom bungalow on approximately 3ac. The ground floor accommodation includes an entrance hall, a living room with bay window, an open-plan kitchen dining area with a fully fitted kitchen, a utility room, a large reception room, a study/bedroom, the main bathroom, and an ensuite bedroom.

There are three bedrooms on the first floor. While the house is in good condition, it could do with some modernisation

The outbuildings include a garage and a number of lean-to sheds suitable for multiple uses. The land is made up of the best of Meath tillage land. It is level, free draining and accessible from decent road frontage.

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The property can be sold as an entire or in lots, with one lot including the yard, the agricultural outbuildings and about 3ac of land.

The second lot consists of the agricultural lands extending to 31ac, while the entire makes the last lot.

The auction takes place at the Pillo Hotel, Ashbourne at 3pm on Wednesday March 11.

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