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End of season sales will bring out the buyers in Meath and Westmeath

Small parcels are continuing to come on the market and are selling well. Typical of the pieces selling well at the moment is a 25ac parcel of ground at Cloneymeath, Summerhill, Co Meath.

In a sale handled by REA Coonans, Maynooth the holding comes to auction with a guide price of €9,000/ac.

Located 1.7km from Summerhill and 10km from Dunsany the property has good road frontage, river frontage on to the Cloneymeath River and a farmyard.

The property is accessed by a nice stone entrance and the land is laid out in five good fields in old pasture on ground that is good for grazing for horses or livestock.

The property goes to auction at the Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth at 3pm on Thursday, November 26.

Westmeath auction

Further north in Co Westmeath Murtagh Bros are bringing to auction a fine 87ac non- residential farm at Tinode, Streete.

The holding, which comes in a variety of lots, has plenty of road frontage and includes a range of cut-stone outbuildings. It will be offered with a guide price of €500,000 or over €5,700/ac.

The lands are all under grass, laid out in neat, tidy divisions and well fenced with electric fencing throughout.

There is a mains water supply to the property along with a natural water source.

According to Dillon Murtagh the ground is of excellent quality with little waste and has extensive road frontage.

The sheds include some cut stone buildings, a series of more modern galvanized buildings, cattle handling facilities, a haybarn and an old derelict farmhouse.

The auctioneers will offer the property in a number of lots made up of the entire holding of 87ac.

A further lot will contain a parcel of 30.5ac including the buildings, another parcel of 23ac and a final lot of 33.5ac.

The public auction will be held at the Greville Arms Hotel, Mullingar at 3pm on Thursday, December 3.

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