Farm Ireland

Friday 27 April 2018

Old world charm of Nobber farm attracts plenty of Meath interest

Jim O’Brien

John Harrington is selling a neat little farm at Nobber in Co Meath.

The 20.5ac residential holding has all the old world charm of a traditional farm, but behind the door of the old two-storey farmhouse is a residence that is tastefully refurbished with all the modern conveniences.

The property is to be sold by public auction with a guide price of €300,000.

Located one mile from the famous north Meath village, the farm includes a traditional style courtyard farmyard with a range of well-kept buildings and an old orchard in need of some attention.

The residence is fronted by a railed garden and the back door opens out into the gravel courtyard.

The accommodation includes three bedrooms, a bathroom, sitting room, family room and a modern kitchen with tiled floor.

The farm buildings include eight stables, a three-bay hayshed with lean-to, a cow byre and a cattle crush.

The land is all in grass and laid out in three divisions separated by traditional hedgerows.

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Mr Harrington describes it as top-quality ground suitable for all farming purposes. "This is a very nice place," he said. "It should attract much interest."

The farm will be sold at public auction at the Navan salesrooms of Smith Harrington and with the assistance of joint agents Carty Auction Rooms, Nobber. The auction takes place at 3pm on Tuesday, 18 June.

Irish Independent