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Wednesday 21 February 2018

Cork farm is ready to go

Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

A guide price of €1.5m is being quoted for a 136ac residential holding at Cullig, Churchtown, Co Cork.

This drystock and tillage farm, with €12,000 in single farm payments, which is being sold by private treaty by joint agents Christy Buckley of Ballinhassig and Tom Sheehan of Buttevant.

It is located at Cullig, to the north of the Cork village of Churchtown, which itself is located west of the N20 between Charleville and Buttevant.

According to Christy Buckley, this is a good block of land that is laid out in eight level fields serviced by a central roadway.

The land is in a mix of permanent pasture and winter cereals and is drained by the Awbeg River that runs along one of the farm's boundaries.

The farmyard contains a 70ft cubicle house with automatic scrapers, a six-unit milking parlour with space for an additional four units, a slatted concrete holding yard, a three-bay machinery shed, a three-bay loose house, and slurry and silage pits.

To the rear of the house lies a range stone buildings in a traditional courtyard setting.

The house is a solid, spacious, five-bedroom residence that includes two large reception rooms, a bathroom with separate shower unit and a kitchen/dining room.

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"This property has been farmed to its best," Christy Buckley said.

"It is a going concern and is ready to farm the moment the new owner takes possession."

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