Farm within striking distance of capital is 'remarkable value'
County Meath, Residential farm, Guide price €425,000
THE location and guide price of €425,000 should bring prospective buyers out in force for the auction of a 28ac residential farm in Co Meath next month.
Located at Knockharley, Brownstown close to the old N2, the farm is situated 12kms from Navan, 6kms from Kentstown and 11km from the M3 motorway
The three bed bungalow is a neat residence in excellent condition with a landscaped garden to the front.
The accommodation includes an entrance hall, sitting room, a fully fitted kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
Auctioneer John Harrington says the house is well kitted out with modern features including oil fired central heating, PVC windows and insulation that includes filled cavity walls.
The compact yard adjacent to the house includes a three bay haybarn with a walled in lean-to, a cattle byre with lean-to, a garage, a range of useful sheds and a cattle crush and pen.
Mr Harrington describes the land, which has limited road frontage, as the best of ground.
Laid out in four easily managed divisions it is all in grass, is well fenced and in good heart.
The property will be offered for sale in three lots.
Lot one comprises of the house and yard on 4.2ac and is guided at €200,000 while Lot two comprises 24.5ac of land is guided at €225,000 with the entire guided at €425,000.
"This is a lovely farm and represents great value," according to Mr Harrington.
"It is in a great location within shouting distance of the North western suburbs of Dublin and in the context of current Dublin prices it is guided at a remarkable price."
The fact that it is an executor sale means that it will be sold sooner rather than later."
The auction takes place at the Navan offices of Smith Harrington at 3pm on Tuesday, September 9.
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