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€4.5m-worth of luxury for man and beast –multiple-champion-producing equestrian farm on 218ac with three houses

41 Group One winners were bred at Offaly’s Lumville Farm, one of the Derrinstown Stud farms owned by the late Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum

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Top-notch: Lumville was tastefully and fully refurbished in 2006

Top-notch: Lumville was tastefully and fully refurbished in 2006

Lumville on 167ac has three houses and extensive equestrian facilities.

Lumville on 167ac has three houses and extensive equestrian facilities.

The stables are laid out in a series of American barns.

The stables are laid out in a series of American barns.

The facilities include horse-walkers, lunging rings, all-weather turn-out paddocks and 55 stables.

The facilities include horse-walkers, lunging rings, all-weather turn-out paddocks and 55 stables.

The two-storey manager's house extends to 2,380 sq ft

The two-storey manager's house extends to 2,380 sq ft

One of two three-bedroom bungalows

One of two three-bedroom bungalows

The three American barns contain up to 55 stables.

The three American barns contain up to 55 stables.

The treatment room

The treatment room

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Top-notch: Lumville was tastefully and fully refurbished in 2006

One of the largest and most impressive farms to come on the market this year is Lumville Farm, a 218ac residential equestrian property near Edenderry in Co Offaly.

It is to be sold at auction with a guide of €4.5m.


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