Good value in €100k-€200k bracket
This is an ideal time of the year for a look around the country at some of the properties that are on the market in various price ranges. This week we take a glance at holdings for sale and guided between €100,000 and €200,000. This is a random sample but it gives an idea of what one could buy for this kind of money.
We start in Wexford where David Quinn is selling 20ac of forestry land at Glenogue, Gorey for €150,000.
It is unusual to see forestry land for sale in this neck of the woods where ground has commanded premium prices over the years This particular parcel of land is located 3km from Ballyfad village, 8km south of Arklow and 12km north of Gorey.
The property has extensive road frontage on to two local roads and runs at a steady gradient from the public road towards the western boundary. Mr Quinn says the ground generally in this area is free draining and of good quality. The lands in question have been planted to forestry for some time and were re-planted about 15 years ago.
Next we move to Tipperary where GVM's Tom Crosse is handling the sale of a 28ac parcel of land with a farmyard at Knockphelagh, Solohead, Monard on the Limerick/Tipp border.
The property was withdrawn from auction in October where it was guided at €190,000 or over €6,700/ac. It is for sale by private treaty at the original guide price of €190,000.
Located two miles from Solohead and 20 miles from Limerick, the compact roadside holding comprises top quality land laid out in easily managed divisions that are well fenced and enjoy a natural water source. The farmyard is serviced with electricity and includes a range of good quality outbuildings, a pen and cattle handling facilities.
In the Royal County, John Harrington of Smith Harrington is selling an eight acre parcel of land at Crewbane, Slane, Co Meath at a guide price of €100,000 or €12,500/ac. Located 3km from Slane and 11.5km from Drogheda, the holding comes with 360m of road frontage.
Mr Harrington says it is made up of top quality land currently in grass and it comes with the potential to build a house subject to planning permission.
Down south in West Cork John Hodnett of Hodnett Forde is quoting a guide price of €12,000/ac or €156,000 for a 13ac farm at Ballinaclogh, Rosscarbery.
The coastal holding is located three miles to the west of Rosscarbery and to the south of the Rosscarbery/Glandore road. The lands are laid out in one natural division that have recently been reseeded and are currently in a crop of young grass. According to Mr Hodnett there are fine sea and coastal views from the property.
Peter Donohoe of Carrigallen is handling the sale of a residential farm extending to 21ac at Drumcanon, Carrigallen. The holding is on the market with a guide price of €100,000 or over €4,700/ac.
Coming with a traditional two-bedroom cottage and yard, the farm is located a mile from Carrigallen. The accommodation includes an entrance porch, sitting room, dining/living room, a kitchen, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The residence needs modernisation but features ESB connection, mains water, oil central heating and a septic tank.
The adjoining concrete yard is home to a hayshed, cow byre, cubicle shed, loose pens and some general purpose sheds. The lands are of good quality and laid out in large fields.
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